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'ETEB HeATHCOTE - DbUMMOND - WiLLOUGHBY 

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BERKELEY, Earl of.— Cecile, Dowageb 
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Alice Mildred Campbell, dau. of the late 
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by his brother, John Brooke Molesworth Parnell, 
as 6th Baron. 

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the lato W. A. Tobin. 

COURTOWN, Earl of, d. 28 Nov. 1914, and is 
sue. by liis s. James Walter Milles Stopford, as 
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COWDRAY, Baron.— Hon. Francis Geoffrey 
Pearson was killed in action Nov. 1914. 

CREWE, Marquess of.— Capt. Hon. Arthur 
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CUNLIFFE, 1st Baron. Great. 1914.— Walter 
CuNLiFFE, s. of Roger Cunliffe of Tyrrels Wood, 
Leatherhead, Banker, and Ann, dau. of John 
Edge. B. at Kensington, 4 Dec. 1855 ; m. 10 
June, 1890, Mary Agnes (d. Nov. 1893), dau. of 
Robert Henderson, of Randalls Park, Leather- 
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DARTREY, Earl of. Capt. Richabd Long 
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1914. 

D'OYLY, Bt.— Eleanob, widow of 9th Bt., 
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WILLIAMS-DRUMMOND, Sir James Hamlyn, 

Bt. M. 18 Nov. 1914, Lady Enid Vaughan, dau, 
of Arthur, 6th Earl of Lisburne. 

PAUNCEFORT - DUNCOMBE, Bt. — Evelyn 

Constance Venetia, dau. of Sir Philip Pauncc- 
fort-Duncombe, 1st Bt. M. 17 Nov. 1914, Turner 
Henderson. 

ERNE, Earl of, d. 2 Dec. 1914, and is sue. by 
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FOSTER, Bt., of Norwich. — William AuGtrsTus 
PoBTMAN Foster was killed in action 11 Nov. 
1914. 

OSBORNE-GIBBES, Bt.— John Alfeed Os- 

BOENE-GlBBES, d. 1914. 

GIBBONS, Bt. — Sir Alexander Gibbons has 
a s. b. 14 Nov. 1914. 

GLASGOW, Earl of.— Capt. Hon. James Boyle 
was killed in action 18 Oct. 1914. 

GOBT, Vise. — Sub. -Lieut. Foley Gerald 
Prendergast Vereker, m. 17 Nov. 1914, 
Annette, dau. of William Scotland. 

MACPHERSON-GRANT, Bt.— Sir John Mac- 
pherson-Grant, of Ballindalloch, d. 25 Nov. 
1914. 

HENLEY, Baron. — Joan Beryl, dau. of Hon. 
Anthony Henley, m. 6 Dec. 1914, Kildare Stucley 
Meager, lieut. A.S.C. 

HENNIKER, Baron. — Hon. John Henniker- 
Major, m. 5 Dec. 1914, Molly, dau. of Sir Robert 
Burnet. 

HOWARD DE WALDEN, Baron.— Has a dau.. 
b. 5 Dec. 1914. 

JACKSON, Bt., of Stansted.— Lt.-Col. Ray- 
mond Marker, D.S.O., Colds. Gds., d. of wounds 
i-eceived in action in Belgium 4 Nov. 1914. 

JAFFRAY, Bt. — Sir William Jaffray d. 
27 Nov. 1914. 

KILLANIN, Baron. — Lt.-Col. Hon. George 
Henry Morris, was killed in action 1 Se-pt. 1914. 

KILMOREY, Earl of.— The Residence of Lady 
Lucy Drury Lowe is now — The Church House. 
Uckfield, Sussex. 

MOLESWORTH, Vise— Issue of the Hon 
Arthur Ernest P^uinell Moleswobth — 

Frank Eruo-it Bvsso Moleiwortli, b. 15 Doc. 1911. 
Bi'tty Eleanor Gossct. 

MORTON, Earl of.— The Hon. William 
Shalto Douglas, m. 26 Nov. 1914, Hon. Ethel 
Georgina Somerset, dau. of George, 3rd Baron 
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PAGET, Bt. of Cranmore. — Sir Richari 

Paget has a s. b. 25 Nov. 1914. 

PIRBRIGHT, Baroness. Sarah, widow o 
Henry, 1st Baron Pirbriglit, d. 26 Nov. 1914. 

RADNOR, Earl of. — Lady Jeane Pleydell 
Bouverie, m. 21 Nov. 1914, George Geral( 
Petherick. 

RANFURLY, Earl of. — Lady Eileen Knox 
ni. 24 Nov. 1914, Charles Loraine Carlos Clarke 

STEWART-RICHARDSON, Bt.— Sir Edw.^ri 
Stewart-Richardson, d. 28 Nov. 1914, 
wounds received in action. 

SHERBROOKE, Vise. — Viscountess Shei 
BROOKE, d. 7 Dec. 1914. 

SHUTTLEWORTH, Baron.— Hon. E. J. Ka\ 

Shuttleworth. m. 5 Dee. 1914, Sibell, dau. c 
J. Adeanc, of Babraham, Cambridge. 

SLIGO, Marquess of. — Catherine Henrietta' 
widow of Henry 5th Marquess, d. 26 Nov. 191' 

SMITH, Bt. of Colwyn Bay.— Frederic 
Hamilton Henry Smith has a s. b. 26 Nov. 191< 

SMYTH, Lady. — Emily Frances, widow c 
Sir .John Henry Greville Smyth, Bt., d. 
Nov. 1914. 

STAIR, Earl of. d. 2 Dec. 1914, and is sue. b 
his s. John James Dahyniple, as 12th Earl. 

I 

STAMFORDHAM, Baron. — Capt Henry Roi 

ERT Augustus Adeane was killed in actio ■ 

Nov. 1914. \ 

TWISDEN, Bt. — Rev. Sir John Twisden, i' 
6 Dec. 1914. f 

WATKIN, Bt. — Sir Alfred Mellor Watki, 
d. 30 Nov. 1914 when the Baronetcy becan:[ 
extinct. 

WILLS, Bt. — Sir Gilbert Wills, m. 3 Dei 
1914. Victoria Mary, dau. of the late Rear Adn 
Sir Edward Chichester. 



PART II. 



URQUHART, Knt.— I^sue of Sir James Urqu- 

HART 

1. Bouglas David Miilcohn Urquhart, b. 189:j. 

1. Dorothy Margaret. 

2. .Marjory Mary. 
J. Kathleen. 

Residence — Magdala House, Dundee. 



CONTENTS 



1915 



Index to Advertisenaents 

Additions and Alterations (Occurrences during Printing 

List of Illustrations . 

Illustrations .... 

Abbreviations .... 

Introduction .... 

Precedence .... 

General Table of Precedence 

Knightly Precedence 

Judicial and Legal Precedence 

Clerical Precedence 

University Precedence . 

Naval Precedence 

Military Precedence 

Corresponding Ranks in tlie Navy and Arm> 

Diplomatic Precedence. 

Consular Precedence 

Precedence in Scotland 

Precedence in Ireland . 

Precedence in India 

Precedence in Canada . 

Precedence amongst Ladies . 

Local Precedence 

Precedence of Foreigners in England 
^otes on the Inferior Titles of Living Peers 
The Royal Family . 
His Majesty's Officers of Arms . 
Peers, and Baronets, with their immediate living 

Privy Counsellors, and Lords of Session 
ndex to Surnames of Archbishops, Bishops, Pee 
Titles Dormant and Titles in Abeyance 
Brief view of Titvilar Distinctions and terms relating to Ranks 
formal modes of Addressing Letters to Persons of Title 
The Standing Council of the Baronetage 
Anights of all Orders of the British Empire 
The Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor 
fhe Victoria Cross .... 
The Royal Victorian Chain 
liommanders of the Royal Victorian Order 
The Companionage .... 
'.ndex to Surnames of Married Daughters of Knights 
Principal London Clubs . . . . • 



relatives, Archbishops, Bishops 

with their children 

rs, etc. . i-xxviii (following p 



xvu 
2 

3-11 
12 
1.3 
15 
15 
22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
26 
26 
26 
26 
27 
29 
30 
30 
32 
32 
33 
35 
38 

39 
592) 
593 
603 
606 
609 
613 
911 
913 
913 
914 
915 
935 
940 



Che " Peerage List " of Selected Firms in various branches c f trade 
D.P. 1 



941 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 



The King's Crcniii 

The Orb or Mound 

The Sceptre Royal 

Mitre of an Archbishop or Bishop 

Mitre of the Bishop of Durham . 

Prince of Wales' Crest and Badges 

Coronet of the Prince of Wales . 

Coronet of Princes of the Blood Royal 

Coronet of a Duke 

Coronet of a Marquess 

Coronet of an Earl 

Coronet of a Viscoinit 

Coronet of a Baron . 

Badge of the Baronets of Nova Scotia 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Order of the Garter 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Order of the Thistle 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Order of St. Patrick 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Mihtary Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Civil Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath 

Stars of the Knights Commander (Mihtary and Civil Divisions) of the Order of the Bath 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Knights Grand Commander of the Order of the Star of 
India ..... 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Knights Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael arid 
St. George .... 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Kjiights Grand Conmiander of the Order of the Indian 
Emyjire .... 

Star, Collar, and Badge of the Knights Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order 

Star of Knights Commander of the Royal Victorian Order 

Badge of the Royal Victorian Order 

Order of Merit, Military Division 

Order of Merit, Civil Division 

Order of Merit, Reverse 

Distinguished Service Order 

The Victoria Cross 

Badge of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert .... 

Badge of the Imperial Order of the Crown of India .... 

The Kaisar-i-Hind Medal ......... 

The Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, Reverse ....... 

Bad"e of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusaleni in England 

Imperial Service Order ......... 

Volunteer Officers' Decoration ........ 

Territorial Officers' Decoration ........ 



PAGE 

3 




THE KING S CROWN. 




THE ORB OR JfOUND. 




CORONET OF THE PRINCE 
OF WALES. 



THE SCEPTRE 
ROYAL. 




CORONET OF PRINCES AND 
PRINCESSES OF THE BLOOD 
ROYAL, BEING SONS AJSD 
DAUGHTERS OF THE 

SOVEREIGN. 






THE ROYAL CREST AND BADGES BORNE BY THE PRINCE OF WALES. 

{Tfte Dragon, the Badge of Wales, was added by Royal Warrant, December, 1901.) 





MITRE or AN ARCHBISHOP OR 
BISHOP. 



MITRE OF THE BISHOP OF 
DURHAM. 




CORONET OF A DUKE. 





CORONET OF A MARQUESS. 



CORONET OF AN EARL. 





CORONET OF A VISCOUNT. 



CORONET OF A BARON. 




-3i?ONE'V* 




STAR, COLLAR, AND BADGE OF THE MOST NOBLE ORDER 
or THE GARTER. 




STAR, COLLAR, AND BADGE OF THE MOST ANCIENT STAR, COLLAR, AND BADGE OF THE MOST 
AND MOST NOBLE ORDER OF THE THISTLE. ILLUSTRIOUS ORDER OF ST. PATRICK. 




Military Division. Civil Division. 

STAR, COLLAR, AND BADGE OF THE KNIGHTS GRAND CROSS OF THE MOST HONOTXRABL 

ORDER OF THE BATH. 





Military Division. 



Civil Division. 



STARS OF THE KNIGHTS COMMANDER OF THE MOST HONOURABLE ORDER 

OF THE BATH. 



The badges are the same as for Knights Orand Cross ; Companions wear 
the badges only. 




Knights 
Commanders 
ivear star and 
badge, and 
Companions 
badge only. 




STAR, COL- 
LAR, AND 
BADGE OF 
THE KNIGHTS 
GRAND CROSS 
OF THE 
MOST DIS- 
TINGUISHED 
ORDER OF 

SAINT 

MICHAEL 

AND SAINT 

GEORGE. 




STAR, COLLAR, AND 
BADGE OF THE 
KNIGHTS GRAND 
COMMANDER OF THE 
MOST EMINENT 
ORDER OF THE 
INDIAN EMPIRE, 



Knights Commanders 

wear star and badije, 

1 and Companions 

badge only. 



ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER, 




COLLAR OF THE KNIGHTS GRAND CROSS OF THE ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER. 




BADGE OF ALL CLASSES. 







STAR OF KNIGHTS GRAND CROSS. 




STAR OF KNIGHTS COMMANDER. 




Military Division. Civil Division. 

ORDER OF MERIT. (O M.) 





'HE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER. 
(D.S.O.) 



THE VICTORIA CROSS. 

(V.C.) 



10 





BADGE OF THE ROYAL ORDER OF 
VICTORIA AND ALBERT. 



BADGE OF THE IMPERIAL ORDER 
OF THE CROWN OF INDIA. 





REVERSE. 



THE KAISAR-I-HIND MEDAL FOR PUBLIC SERVICE IN INDIA. 



11 




BADGE OF THE IMPERIAL SERVICE 
ORDER. (I.S.O.) 




BADGE OF THE ORDER OF THE 
HOSPITAL OF ST. JOHN OF 
JERUSALEM IN ENGLAND. 




THE VOLUNTEER OFFICERS 
DECORATION (VD.). 




THE TERRITORIAL OFFICERS 
DECORATION (TD.). 

(Sketch kindly supplied by Garrard & Co., Ltd.) 



ABBREVIATIONS 



A.A.G. . . 
A.D.C. . . 

Ad) 

A<lm. 
A.M.I.C.E. 

A.R.A. . . 

A.S.C. 

B 

B.A 

Bt 

B.C.L. 

B.D 

B.Sc. 

(C.) .. ., 
C.A. . . . 
C.B. (M.) .. 

C.B. (c.) . 

c.c. . . . 
C.I. .. . 

CLE. 
C.M.G. . . 

C.S.I. 

c.v.o. . . 

Capt. 

Col 

Comm. 

D 

d 

dau 

D.A.A.G. . . 

D.A.Q.M.G. 

D.C.L. . . 

D.D 

D.L 

D.Sc. 
D.S.O. .. 

d.s.p. 

d. unm. . . 

E 

Ext 

F.B.A. . . 
F.R.A.S. .. 

F.R.C.P. . . 

F.R.C.S. .. 

F.R.G.i^. . . 

F.R.S. 

F.S.A. . . 
G.C.B. (M.) 

G.C.B. (c.) 

G.C.H. . . 

G.C.I.E. .. 

G.C.M.G. . . 

G.C.S.I. .. 



Assistant Adjutant-General. 

Aide-de-Camp. 

Adjutant. 

Admiral. 

Associate Member of the Institution 

of Civil Engineers. 
Associate of the Royal Academy. 
Army Service Corps. 
Born. 

Bachelor of Arts. 
Baronet. 

Bachelor of Civil Law. 
,, Divinity. 

,, Science. 

Conservative. 
County Alderman. 
Companion of the Order of the Bath, 

Military Division. 
Companion of the Order of the 

Bath, Civil Division. 
County Councillor. 
Lady of the Imperial Order of the 

Crown of India. 
Com]>anion of the Order of the Indian 

Empire. 
Companion of the Order of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Companion of the Order of the Star 

of India. 
Commander of the Royal Victorian 

Order. 
Captain. 
Colonel. 
Commander. 
Duke, 
died. 

daughter. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant - 

General. 
De]5uty Assistant Quartermaster- 
General. 
Doctor of Civil Law. 

,, Divinity. 

Dejjuty Lieutenant. 
Doctor of Science. 
Companion of the Distinguished 

Service Order, 
died sine prole (without issue). 

,, unmarried. 
Earl 
Extinct 

Fellow of the British xVcademy. 
Fellow of the Royal Astronomical 
Society. 
,, ,, ,, College of 

Physicians. 
,, ,, ,, College of Sur- 

geons. 
,, ,, ,, Geographical 

Society. 
,, ,, ,, Society. 

,, ,, Society of Anticjuaries. 

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of 

the Bath, Military Division. 
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of 

the Bath, Civil Division. 
Knight Grand Cross of the Hano- 
verian Order. 
Knight Grand Commander of the 

Order of the Indian Empire. 
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of 

St. Michael and St. George. 
Knight Grand Commander of the 
Order of the Star of India. 



G.C.V.O. . . 

H.E.LC.S. 

Hon 

H.I.H. . . 

H.H 

H.M 

H.R.H. . . 
H.S.H. . . 
I.C.S. 
LS.C. 
LS.O. 

J.P 

K.C 

K.C.B. (m.) 

K.C.B. (c.) 

K.C.H. . . 

K.C.LE. . . 

K.C.M.G. . . 

K.C.S.I. . . 

K.C.V.O. . 

K.G 

K.H 

K.P 

K.T 

(L.) .. .. 

Lievxt. 

Lieut. -Col. 

LL.D. 

LL.M. 

(L.U.) . , 

m. 

M.A. . . . 

Marq. 

M.B. . . . 

M.Ch. 

M.D... . 

M.P. . . . 

Mus. Doc. 

M.V.O. . 

O.M. . . . 
o.c. . . 
P.C. . . . 
Q.C. . . . 
R.A... . 
R.A. . . . 
R.A.M.C. 
R.E. . . . 
R.F.A. . 
R.G.A. . 
R.H.A. . 
R.M.A. . 
R.M.L.I. . 
R.N... . 
s. ... 
sue. . . 
T.D. . . . 
Vise. . . . 
V.A. . . . 

v.c. . . . 

V.D... . 

Vol. . . . 

w.s... . 

Yeo. . . . 



Knight Grand Cross of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
In the service of the Honouxable 

East India Company. 
Honourable. 

His or Her Imperial Highness. 
,, Highness. 

,, Majesty. 

,, Royal Highness. 

,, Serene Highness. 

Indian Civil Service. 

„ Staff Corps. 
Imperial Service Order. 
Justice of the Peace. 
King's Counsel. 
Knight Commander of the Order of 

the Bath, Military Division. 
Knight Commander of the Order of 

the Bath, Civil Division. 
Knight Cominander of the Hano- 
verian Order. 
Knight Commander of the Order of 

the Indian Empire. 
Knight Commander of the Order of 

St. Michael and St. George. 
Knight Commander of the Order of 

the Star of India. 
Knight Commander of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
,, Hanoverian Order. 
Order of St. Patrick. 
„ the Thistle. 
Liberal. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant -Colonel. 
Doctor of Laws. 
Master of Laws. 
Liberal Unionist. 
married. 
Master of Arts. 
Marquess. 

Bachelor of Medicine. 
Master of Surgery. 
Doctor of Medicine. 
Member of Parliament. 
Doctor of Music. 
Member of the Royal Victorian 

Order. 
Order of Merit, 
only child. 
Privy Counsellor. 
Queen's Counsel. 
Royal Academician. 
,, Artillery. 
,, Army Medical Corps. 
,, Engineers. 
,, Field Artillery. 
,, Garrison Artillery. i 

,. Llorse Artillery. 
,, Marine i'lrtillery. 
,, ,, Light Infantry. 

,, Navy, 
son. 

succeeded. 

Territorial Decoration. 
Viscount. 

Lady of the Royal Order of Vic- 
toria and Albert. 
Victoria Cross. 
Volunteer Decoration. 
Volunteer. 

Writer to the Signet. 
Yeomanry. 



12 



INTRODUCTION 

" Dod's Peerage," familiar to the public since 1839, has this year been, enlarged 
in order to include information as to all the immediate living relatives of Peers and 
Baronets, and the children of Archbishops, Bishops, Privy Covmsellors, and Knights, 
with their addresses and clubs and exact dates of birth and marriage. 

Experience and the numberless letters wliich the editor has received during past 
years show that a " Peerage " is principally referred to (1) as an address book, (2) 
to ascertain exact dates of birth and marriage, or (3) to find how certain people are 
related to one another, and these are the considerations which have been borne in 
mind in re -modelling the book. Long, and often dry genealogies and biographies 
of deceased holders of titles will not be foimd in " Dod." 

Owing to the numerous new creations, births, marriages and deaths wliich occur 
during the space of a year, a "Peerage" is in three months somewhat behind the 
times, in six inonths otit-of-date, and in nine n:ionths almost useless. The proprietors 
of ''Dod'' have therefore decided to issue supplements to the ''Peerage'" in April 
and August of each year. The work will thus be kept uniformly up-to-date, and can be 
relied upon to chronicle all the changes which take place within the period since last 
publication. 

In the preliminary pages of this volume will be found, — 

1st. Fifty-eight Illustbations. — Amongst these are the insignia peculiar to Princes, Peers, 
Bishops, Baronets, Knights of the Garter, the Tliistle, St. Patrick, the Bath, the Star of 
India, St. Michael and St. George, the Indian Empire and the Royal Victorian Order, 
members of the Order of Merit, Distinguished Service and Imperial Service Orders, 
Victoria and Albert, the Crown of India, Victoria Cross, etc. 

2nd. Pbecedence. — An essay in which the grounds for each claim to precedence are examined 
and explained at length, under the head of every office or dignitj-. To this are added tables 
of knightly, of judicial and legal, of clerical, of university, of naval, of military, of diplomatic, 
of Scottish, Irish, Indian, and Canadian precedence ; as well as an article on precedence 
amongst ladies. 

3rd. A List of His Majesty's Officers of Arms. 

In the first part of this volume, the following ten classes will be found collected 
into one general dictionary, in wliich details are given of their titles, parentage^ 
ages, marriages, education, professions, residences, public services, offices, the occa- 
sions on which their titles were conferred, with nimierous historical, personal, and 
professional details. 

1st. The Peers. — Accounts are contained in the following pages of the heads of all the noble 
families in the empire, whether belonging to the English, the Scottish or the Irish peerage, 
together with all their immediate living relatives. These notices are characterized by fre- 
cjuent reference to the circumstances under which titles originated, to the revival of ancient 
dignities, or to any peculiarity in the course by which honours have descended, or are 
intended to descend. 
2nd. The Peeresses.— In the particulars given of the head of every noble family, the married 
ladies and the dowagers connected with each are mentioned ; while, as regards Peeresses 
in their own right, separate statements will be found in their proper alphabetical positions. 
3rd. The Bishops. — Copious notices are given, not merely of the Lords spiritual, but of all 
English, Irish, or Colonial Bishops having territorial titles in British Dominions, as well 
as the Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Scotland, including particulars of the local extent 
of their jurisdiction, the colleges at which they were educated, their births, marriages, and 
issue. 
4th. The Baronets. — Respecting this large division of the titled orders, the usual details will 
be found, compiled with great care, and presenting in every respect all the requisites of a 
complete Baronetage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 

13 



14 INTRODUCTION 

. The Scottish Judges. — The Lords of Session. During the last three centuries they have 
enjoj'ed the stj'le and title of " Lord," with the prefix of " HoNoxniABLE." 
Cth. The Privy Council. — A considerable proportion of this body are either Peers, Bishops, 
Baronets, or Knights ; but even such as are not included witliin these Orders are still men 
of great eminence in the state, and fill or have filled the highest offices in the public service. 
Enjoying the prefix of " Pv.ight Honourable," they may be regarded as forming a portion 
of the titled classes ; and, considering the conspicuous position which they occupy, nothing 
that relates to them can be indifferent to the public. Details respecting all the Privy Council 
and inforination as to their cliildren, will therefore be found in this work under their individual 
heads. 
The second j^art of the vokime contains similar information as to all living Knights, 
and widows of deceased Knights, arranged in alphabetical order, and includes the 
following: — 

1st. The Knights of the Bath and of St. Michael and St. George. — In these Orders will be 
found the ministers who represent British interests at foreign courts, or the officers belonging 
to both branches of the service, whose acliievements in various quarters of the world have 
})rocured the approbation of the crown and commanded the gratitude of the country. 

2nd. The Knights of the Orders of the Star op India and of the Indian Empire. — In 
these Orders will be found officers of the Navy and Army who have distinguished themselves 
in India, and diplomatic and civil servants of the Crown in that part of the British posses- 
sions, together with native Princes and others who have rendered conspicuous and useful 
services to the Indian Empire. 

3rd. The Knights of the Royal Victorian Order. — In this Order will be found those subjects 
whose personal services to the Sovereign have been specially recognized. 

4th. The Knights Bachelor comprise a large body of eminent lawyers, judges, men of science 
and of letters, physicians and surgeons, diplomatists, and artists. The notices of this branch 
of the titled classes, state, with all other particulars, the offices they have held, and the 
services wliich each has performed. 

5th. Widows of Knights. — Lentil the production of an article under tliis title in 1851, no work 
of reference existed wWch gave any account of some 200 persons entitled to the prefix of 
" Ladj%" and being the widows of Knights whose titles are extinct. 

The third part of the volume contains : — 

1st. Dormant Titles and Titles in Abey'Ance or under Attainder, with the possible heirs 

to or claimants of such titles, and information as to such cases as are now before the House 

of Lords. 
2nd. View of Titular distinctions and Terms relating to Ranks. 
3rd. Modes of Addressing Letters. — A series of statements, arranged in alphabetical order, 

exhibiting the formal mode of addressing letters to every person of title. 
4th. The Victoria Cross, the Royal Victorian Chain, the Commanders of the Ro3'al Victorian 

Order, the Companionage, etc. 

Of the labour bestowed upon this history of the titled classes, no estimate can be 
formed by persons imaccustomed to literary toil ; nor probably could the most 
experienced compilers — otherwise than from actual observation— form an adequate 
notion of the pains with wliich its materials have been accumulated and corrected, 
classified and condensed. To say, as is the case, that it contains the statement of 
thousands upon thousands of facts, still affords no means of imagining the extent 
of research and inquiry requisite for such a compilation, or the liability to error 
necessarily inseparable from so large an acciunulation of minute particulars. While 
in so many instances there exists a liability to error, it is hoped that the few 
inaccuracies which may possi bly appear, will not be imputed to haste or negligence ; 
and that the reader will continue to appreciate an accoxxnt of the titled orders, com- 
pendious but not defective — forming a volume of convenient size and moderate 
price, particularly easy of reference, and embracing, without diffuseness, that know- 
ledge wliich the public naturally desire to obtain concerning the Aristocracy, and 
which the higher classes usually possess with respect to each other. 

*** All communications respecting the contents of this work should be addressed to the Editor 
OF " Dod's Peerage," 12, Mitre Court Chambers, Temple, London, E.C. 



PRECEDENCE 



Precedence is not regulated by mere conven- 
tional arrangements ; it is no fluctuating practice 
of fashionable life, no result of volimtary com- 
pacts in society, no usurpation of one class over 
others ; but, on the contrary, is " part and parcel 
of the law of England " ; subsisting under the 
authority of acts of parliament, solemn decisions 
in courts of justice, or public instruments pro- 
ceeding from the Crown. The earliest statute 
on the subject of precedence is the 31st of Henry 
Vni. cap. 10, which, although passed chiefly 
for the purpose of fixing the official precedence 
of .certain state fmictionaries and of the Lords 
in parliament, has been accepted as an authority 
for placing these persons on all occasions, whether 
specially named in the act or not. The next 
public documents relating to this subject are the 
decrees of James I. issued in 1612 and 1616: 
then the 1st of William and Mary, cap 21 ; the 
10th of Anne, cap 8 ; the 5th of Anne, cap 8 ; the 
.39th of George III. cap. 67 ; with many other 
acts determining individual precedence, besides 
royal ordinances, decrees, warrants, letters 
patent, and statutes of knightly Orders. 

At all periods of our history, but especially 
dviring the last 200 years, the aristocratic spirit 
of British society has presented a well-defined 
and ascertained character. From this source 
have sprxmg a variety of arrangements connected 
with court ceremonial as well as with the inter- 
course of private society, which are mingled with, 
but in some respects quite distinct from the 
duties, privileges, and powers of those who are 
engaged in the public service. For example, 
though each rank in the peerage commands, 
according to a certain graduated scale, the respect 
of society, while it gratifies the ambition of its 
possessor and his family, yet no one member 
of the House of Lords possesses in his pohtical 
or judicial capacity any greater amount of power 
than his brethren ; the vote of a duke reckons 
for no more than the vote of a viscount or baron. 

It is to be observed, that primogeniture and 
seniority are amongst the leading principles of 
our system of precedence. Priority of birth, and 
dates of patents and commissions, determine the 
precedence which individuals of the same rank 
take amongst each other, and thus the station and 
degree of each are ascertained by means which 
rarely admit of controversy or doubt. 

In Great Britain all rank and honours are either 
hereditary, official, or personal. The order of 
baronets, the five ranks of the peerage, and the 
sovereignty of the realm, constitute the hereditary 
distinctions in society. The discharge of pubhc 
duties, civil, military, and ecclesiastical, impart 
official dignity, while a seat in the Privy Council 
or in the House of Commons, the honour of Imight- 
hood, patents of precedence at the Bar, etc., 
confer distinctions which, being neither hereditary 
nor official, may fairly be comprehended under 
the third of the above-named classes. 

In seeking to arrive at clear and satisfactory 
views of a subject like this, we are naturally 
induced to venture upon some attempts to trace 
these honorary distinctions to their respective 
origins, and to examine their remote as well as 
their recent history ; but yet even these aids do 
not secure all the information that is necessary 
to satisfy the demands of a liberal curiosity. 
There are no authentic soiuces from which any 
very material information can be derived with 
respect to the manners and customs of our remote 
ancestors, as regards rank, place, and precedence. 
In a primitive condition of society, the supreme 
ruler, the priesthood, and the people are the 



natiu-al divisions into which a nation would, ae 
it were, classify itself. Any inquiry into the 
usages of the Saxons, still less into those of the 
ancient British, would supply but little assist- 
ance towards rendering more interesting or 
useful the account here proposed to be given of 
the various orders of society in this country. 
It is well known that the Norman invaders and 
their . descendants assiuned in England all those 
exclusive privileges by which they made them- 
selves everything, and the serfs, who cultivated 
the soil, no better than slaves. Although the 
legal institutions, the language, and the lineage 
of the Saxons, in process of time, recovered their 
infiuence, andultimately prevailed, yet it is to our 
Norman conquerors, and to their usages, we must 
look for the germ of that which constitutes our 
ceremonial and titular code — the principle upon 
which our ranks and dignities have been fonned 
and arranged, as well as the power by which they 
are conferred. Still it is only the germ of that 
system that modern English society may be said 
to have derived from the rude soldiers of fortune 
who followed in the train of William, Duke of 
Normandy. With the consent of their leader, 
they constituted themselves the nobles of the 
land ; and though the titles of duke and earl 
might be traced to an age antecedent to the 
extinction of the Saxon dynasties, yet a long 
period elapsed after the Conquest before any 
other degrees of nobility than those of baron and 
of knight were established in England. The 
latter was, as it still continues to be, a personal 
distinction ; the former, a result of territorial 
possessions. It was the tenure of certain lands 
which in those days imparted to a man the 
dignity of a baron. Many knights possessed what 
were termed " knights' fees," and if they held 
such lands they were bound to perform " knights' 
service " ; but the existence or continuance of 
knighthood did not in any respect depend upon 
territorial possessions. 

It is here perhaps not unworthy of observation 
that inasmuch as the Crown has not exten- 
sively exercised the power of giving precedence 
to new knights or newly made barons, over men 
already in the enjoyment of those dignities, yet 
the monarch gradually called into existence new 
orders of nobility ; and though he did not much 
alter the positions of individual nobles amongst 
each other in their respective ranks, yet he 
assumed the power of placing one entire order 
above another. Thus the whole peerage at one 
time consisted chiefly of barons ; and now barons 
form its lowest rank ; for each successively 
created order was placed not after, but before 
those who may be considered to liave constituted 
the original nobility of the land. In like manner 
the ancient and general fraternity of knights 
bachelor has been moved downwards in the 
scale of precedence, to make way for the knights 
of the several Orders and for the baronets. 

In the subjoined tables of precedence the 
reader will find that, wherever necessary, an ex- 
planatory notice has been given under each head, 
to account for the arrangement adopted, to show 
the relation which that particular rank may bear 
towards others, to describe changes, anomalies, 
and exceptions, or to supply any additional 
information which the case may seem to require. 

GENERAL TABLE. 

1. The Sovereign. — It is hardly necessary 
to remind the reader, that as the monarch is the 
highest personage in the realm, no one takes 



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precedence of him. The king or the queen reg- 
nant is always, and in all respects, superior to any 
subject, and his or her position exemplifies more 
clearly than that of any other person the real 
meaning of the term Precedence. Common obser- 
vation is sufficient to inform the reader, when 
considering the precedence of the sovereign, that 
on many occasions propincjuity to the place of 
greatest honour is regulated by a reversed scale 
to that of numerical precedence, and though 
apparently a contradiction in terms, it is true, that 
persons of greatest dignity do not strictly precede 
those of less consideration and importance. Thus 
in many state-processions it is well known that 
the position occupied by royalty is not by any 
means the first in numerical order ; bttt wherever 
the Sovereign is placed, from that point radiate 
the gradations of dignity and rank, and by pro- 
pinquity to that centre is regulated the whole 
complicated machinery of etiquette and pre- 
cedence. Therefore in any scale the Sovereign 
is not so much to be regarded as having a specific 
personal rank, but as constituting and estab- 
lishing by his own position the source from 
which all dignity shall spring. j\Iany officers of 
state on ceremonial occasions actually go before 
His Majesty, without thereby negativing the 
royal title to precedence, or acquiring for them- 
selves any increase of dignity or rank. Whatever 
position therefore the Sovereign occiTpies, that 
is ipso facto the first place with reference to all 
precedence, though it may be far from first in 
numerical point of view. 

2. Peince of Wales. — The Prince of Wales 
has been at all times regarded as the first subject 
in the realm — the nearest to the throne — the 
most dignified of the peers of parliament, and, 
though not exercising any political power beyond 
his vote as a legislator, yet regarded by all men 
as the most eminent personage in the state next 
after the Sovereign ; the Prince of "Wales is the 
heir apparent ; the heir presumptive may be 
brother, uncle, nephew, niece, or even a more 
distant relative of the Sovereign ; but the prospect 
which^an heir presumptive may possess of e^'ent- 
ually succeeding to the throne gives him no place 
in the scale of precedency ; the rank he holds is 
merely derived from consanguinity. But the 
station of Prince of Wales is clearly and indisput- 
ably that of the first and highest of the Sovereign's 
subjects. 

3. YoTJNGEB Sons of the Sovereign. — The 
second son of the reigning monarch takes rank 
next after the eldest, and all the younger sons 
take precedence amongst each other according 
to priority of birth. They usvially receive peerages 
as soon as they liecome of age ; and in the Hotise 
of Lords they would of coiu'se rank above all 
other peers, and take precedence amongst each 
other according to the dates of their respective 
patents ; for example, if the fifth son received his 
dukedom previous to the fourth, then the yoimger 
would in all proceedings of the Upper House take 
precedence of the elder : but this sort of anomaly 
is not likely to occtu- ; for the practice is, to grant 
the peerages in the order of primogeniture, so 
that the precedence of those princes in the Hotise 
of Lords should coincide with their stations in 
all other assemblies. 

[4. Eldest Son of the Heir Apparent. — 
The eldest son of the Prince of Wales takes pre- 
cedence of any other grandson of the Sovereign, 
and follows the youngest son of his grandparent 
the Sovereign, as was settled in the case of Edward 
Duke of York, second son of Frederick Prince 
of Wales, and grandson of George II.. in 1760, of 
the late Duke of Clarence in 1890, and of the Duke 
of York in 1892. 

5. Grandsons or the Sovereign. — Estab- 
lished usage gives the grandsons of the Sovereign 
this position. The rule appears to be, that every 
one who could in any event succeed to the throne, 
takes precedence of those subjects who, during 



his lifetime, are incapable of such succession. 

6. Brothers of the Sovereign. — In the royal 
family the first class are the sons of the monarch, 
the second his grandsons, etc. ; then follow his 
brothers, his nephews, his uncles, etc. Thus 
the next brother to the king might be at one 
time the first subject in the realm ; but if the king 
should marry and have seven sons, the brother 
then would take the eighth place : he might also 
live to follow fifteen or sixteen of his grand- 
nephews ; but one of these might succeed to the 
throne, marry, have sons, and so remove his grand- 
uncle still further from the highest point : it 
frecjuently happens, therefore, that as a royal 
duke grows older he sinks in the scale of pre- 
cedence.] 

7. Uncles of the Sovereign. — A royal duke 
may be in one reign the son of the king ; in the 
next reign he may become brother to the Sove- 
reign ; in the next, imcle to the monarch ; and 
in the following reign, grand-uncle. In the first 
of these cases he belongs to the highest rank, in 
the next he falls into the second grade, and finally 
into the third. Every member of the royal 
family capable of succeeding to the throne retains 
an acknowledged superiority over other stibjects, 
but the rank that he holds amongst his own 
relatives is altered every time a new reign com- 
mences. 

8. Nephews of the Sovereign. — These pro- 
ceed in the following order : — 1st, such of the 
monarch's nephews as are the sons of his next 
brother ; 2ndly, the sons of his second brother ; 
then those of his third brother, and so on according 
to the seniority of their respective fathers ; the 
sons of each father, of course, taking precedence 
amongst each other according to priority of birth. 
The sons of the eldest sister of the Sovereign 
follow those of his youngest brother, taking rank 
amongst each other according to the usual rule 
of priority of birth ; the sons of each sister enjoy- 
ing precedence according to the seniority of their 
respective mothers. 

9. Archbishop of Canterbury. — After many 
contests between the Archbishops of Canterbury 
and of York, it was decided by King Edward III. 
in 1352 that the former should always enjoy 
precedence over the latter ; and this decision has 
ever since remained in force. Both were always 
entitled to go before dukes. 

10. Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain. 
— The act of Henry VIII respecting precedence, 
enacts that the Lord High Chancellor shall, if a 
baron or above that degree, take precedence next 
after the Archbishop of Canterbury. This officer 
is ex-officio President of the Court of Appeal of the 
High Court of Justice. The Lord Chancellor of 
Ireland is not always raised to the peerage, but 
in modern times that honour has been invariably 
conferred on the Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. 
No provision is made by Act of Parliament for 
the precedence in England of any of the great 
officers of .state either of Scotland or Ireland ; 
but at the coronation of William IV the Lord 
Chancellor of Ireland (Lord Plunket) walked 
immediately next to the Lord Chancellor of 
Great Britain. 

11. Archbishop of York. — Until the 31st 
of Henry VIII this prelate ranked next to the 
Archbishop of Canterbury, but the act passed in 
that year regarding precedence placed the Lord 
Chancellor between the two archbishops. 

12. The Premier. — By royal warrant dated 
Dec, 1905. 

13. Archbishop of Armagh. — This prelate, 
under the fourth article of the Act of Union, took 
rank next to the Archbishop of York ; and upon 
the disestablishment of the Irish Church it wag 
enacted by the Irish Church Act that every 
Archbishop, etc., then living should, during his 
life, enjoy the same title and precedence. See 
Clerical Precedence, p. 23. 

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always taken precedence next after the Arch- 
bishop of Armagh, and the Act of Union placed 
him immediately before the Lord High Treasurer ; 
see preceding article. 

15. Lord High Treasurer. — This is the 
position which the law assigns to the Lord High 
Treasurer, whenever there happens to be svich 
an officer. The modern practice is to appoint 
certain commissioners for the performance of 
the duties of this office who are usually called 
" Lords of the Treasury," but who have no special 
rank in right of their offices. At present, there- 
fore, there is no one to enjoy this position in the 
scale of precedence. 

16. Lord President of the Privy Council. 
— In modern times the President of the Council 
is usually a member of the House of Peers. He 
enjoys the place here assigned to him, provided 
he be of the degree of a baron or above it ; but 
as none of lower degree has ever been appointed 
to the office, this has always been his place. 

17. Lord PeiVY Seal. — The rule which applies 
to No. 16 is equally applicable to the present case. 
This is the position of the Lord Privy Seal, pro- 
vided he be of the degree of a baron or higher. 

18. Lord Great Chamberlain. — The person 
who fills the office of Great Chamberlain does not 
occupy this position in the scale of precedence 
unless he happens to be a duke. If a marquess, 
he takes precedence of all other marciuesses ; if 
an earl, viscount, or baron, of all others of his 
own degree. But this precedence is strictly 
official. By a private Act of Parliament, 1 Geo. 
I. cap. 3, the place to which this officer was 
entitled under the 31st of Henry VIII, cap. 10, is 
■declared thenceforth to be only held \^'hile he is 
in the actual execution of his office. From 1838 
to 1870 the office was filled jointly by the Marquess 
of Cholmondeley and Lord Willoughby De Eresby, 
and they therefore had different positions in 
consequence of differing in the rank of their peer- 
ages, while neither of them took the position 
indicated by this article, though if either had at 
any tjme received a dukedom, this would be his 
place. 

1!). Lord High Constable. — At present there 
is no such officer as Lord High Constable, but 
whenever the Crown appoints one, this is his place, 
supposing him to be a duke ; if of any lower ra,nk, 
his place would be at the head of all of his own 
•degree. Vide No. 31, No. 42, No. 55, and No. 
71.' 

20. Earl Marshal. — The present Earl Marshal, 
the Duke of Norfolk, happens to be the premier 
duke of England, but any duke holding the office 
would take precedence of all other dukes, and, 
if he belonged to any lower rank in the peerage, 
would precede all of his own degree. Vide No. 32, 
end No. 43. 

21. Lord High Admiral. — There is at present 
no Lord High Admiral : the duties of the office 
are performed by commissioners ; but whenever 
the Crown appoints a Lord High Admiral, he takes 
precedence of all dukes, as well as of the two 
great officers next mentioned in this table. 

22. Lord Steward of the Household.— 
As to this office, the rank which it imparts to its 
holder is not imiformly that of placing him above 
ell dvikes, but merely that of placing him above 
all who belong to the same rank in the peerage 
which he enjoys. Vide No. 33, No. 44, No. 56, 
and No. 72. 

23. Lord Chamberlain or the Household. 
— If this great officer be a duke, he takes the 
precedence here assigned to him ; and, if of lower 
rank, he precedes all others of the same degree. 
Vide No. 34, No. 45, No. 57, and No. 73. 

23a. Master of the Horse, if of the rank of 
a duke ; if of lower rank he precedes all others of 
the same degree. Vide No. 34a, No. 45a, No. 57a, 
No. 73a, and No. 84. 

24. Dukes of England. — All dukes of England 
"whose titles were created before the year 1707, 
take rank immediately after No. 23, each accord- 



ing to the antiquity of his patent of creation ; 
thus the Duke o Norfolk is the first, and the 
Duke of Rutland the last in this class. The 
former, however, as Earl Marshal, enjoys a higher 
position. 

25. Dukes of Scotland. — By the 23rd article 
in the treaty of union between England and 
Scotland, which was confirmed by the 5th of Anne, 
cap. 8, all Dukes of Scotland were granted pre- 
cedence next after English dukes ; that is to say, 
that the English dukedoms were to be considered 
superior to the Scottish dukedoms ; therefore, 
the Duke of Hamilton, whose title was conferred 
in 1643, sixty years earlier than the Duke of 
Rutland's, nevertheless follows that peer. All 
other Dukes of Scotland, however, follow each 
other according to the respective antiquity of their 
patents. Since the period of the LTnioii (1707), 
no Scottish dukedoms have been created ; there- 
fore every duke created between 1707 and the 
present time, is of lower station than any of the 
six Scottish dukes. 

26. Dukes of Great Britain. — This denomi- 
nation includes those which were created between 
the periods of the Scottish and Irish unions ; 
namely, from 1707 till 1801. Of these the Duke 
of Portland was the earliest creation, and is there- 
fore the highest of this class, while the Duke of 
Northumberland is the lowest. The Duke of 
Portland follows the last Scottish duke (Rox- 
burghe), and thence the order proceeds according 
to the date of the patents, till we reach the Duke 
of Northumberland, whose title was conferred 
in 1766. 

27. Dukes of Ireland. — The only Irish duke- 
dom in existence at the time of the Union was 
that of Leinster, which was created antecedently 
to the Union. By the Act imiting the two coun- 
tries, it was declared that the peers of Ireland 
should take precedence next after those of a like 
degree in Great Britain. In the year 1801, the 
junior British duke was his Grace of Northumber- 
land : the Dukes of Leinster therefore take prece- 
dence next to the Dukes of Northmnberland. 
During the present century, several dukes of Great 
Britain have been created, all of whom, of course, 
follow the Duke of Leinster ; but the only Irish 
duke who has since that been created, namely, 
the Duke of Abercorn, does not take precedence 
immediately after the Duke of Leinster : on the 
contrary, he follows the junior duke (at that time) 
of Great Britain, namely, the Duke of Cleveland ; 
for it is only the Irish peerages actually existing 
at the time of the LTnion, which enjoy the kind of 
precedence possessed by the Duke of Leinster. 

28. Dukes of the United Kingdom. — This 
class includes the several dukes created since 1801, 
of whom the Duke of Wellington was the first ; 
and, according to the general rule, these take 
precedence in conformity with the dates of their 
respective patents. 

29. Eldest Sons of Dukes of the Blood 
Royal. — When these do not happen to be 
brothers, uncles, grandsons, or nephews of the 
reigning Sovereign, their places are not regulated 
by any clause of the Act of Henry VIII ; and 
for their precedence we must fall back upon 
earlier authority. The position indicated by 
this nimiber (29) was that assigned to them in 
the year 1399, in an ancient table of precedence 
now preserved in the College of Arms, to which 
much weight is attached as an evidence of long- 
continued usage. 

30. Lord Great Chamberlain, when of the 
rank of a marqiuess ; vide No. 18 antea. 

31. Lord High Constable, when of the rank 
of a marquess ; vide No. 19 antea. 

32. Earl Marshal, when of the rank of a 
marquess ; vide No. 20 antea. 

33. Lord Steward of the Household, when 
of the rank of a marquess ; vide No. 22 antea. 

34. Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 
when of the rank of a marquess ; vide No. 23 
antea. 



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34a. Master of the Horse, when of the rank 
of a marquess ; vide No. 23o. 

35. Marquesses of England created before 
the Scottish Union.— Of this class there is only 
one now in existence, viz. the Marquessate of 
Winchester. 

36. Marquesses of Scotland. — Of these tlie 
Marquess of Huntly is the senior, and the Mar- 
quess of Lothian the junior. In conformity with 
the 23rd article of the Treaty of Union, all Scottish 
marquesses whose patents are dated antecedently 
to that event (1707) take precedence of all others 
of like degree, excepting those English marciuesses 
whose patents are of earlier date. 

37. Marquesses of Great Britain. — This class 
of peers enjoy titles which are dated between the 
years 1707 and 1801 ; and the oldest marquessate, 
viz. that of Lansdowne, follows the last of the 
Scottish Marquesses. 

38. Marquesses of Ireland. — The Act of 
Union (passed in 1800) between Great Britain 
and Ireland declares, that all peers of Ireland 
shall thenceforward be peers of Great Britain, 
and take precedence next after those of a like 
degree. The Marquess of Bute is the junior of 
those British marquesses whose patents were 
granted before the Irish union, he therefore pre- 
cedes the senior Irish marquess ; there then follow 
seven Irish marquesses, of whom Lord Ely is the 
last. 

39. Marquesses of the L'nited Kingdom. 
— The several peers of this degree whose titles 
were created subsequent to that of the Marquess 
of Ely, viz. after the Irish Union, constitute the 
marquesses of the United Kingdom ; and they 
occupy this position in the general scale, while 
inter se they rank according to the dates of their 
respective patents, whether their peerages belong 
to Great Britain or to Ireland ; the Act of Union 
declares that all peers of Ireland, whose titles 
shall be created after the statute came into force, 
shall take rank and precedence as if they were 
peers of the United Kingdom, and had seats in 
the hereditary branch of the legislature. 

40. Dukes' Eldest Sons. — This class of nobles 
rank above earls, and take precedence amongst 
each other according to the dates of their fathers' 
patents. The place thus assigned is not granted 
in conformity with the provisions of any Act of 
Parliament, but in compliance with established 
usage, which can be distinctly traced to the year 
1399. All the complex relations which subsist 
between dukes of England, of Scotland, of Great 
Britain, of Ireland, and of the United Kingdom, 
are equally in force as regards their issue ; and in 
order to ascertain the exact position of an indi- 
vidual member of No. 40, it is only necessary to 
fix the position of his father among dukes ; and 
then it will be seen that the eldest son of any 
given duke will follow all eldest sons of such other 
dukes as his father himself follows. Thus the 
paternal rank is the regulating influence among 
the different members of this class, and has 
already been detailed, while as a body they occupy 
the position which the number at the head of this 
article denotes. The scale of precedents which 
places a duke's eldest son after all marc[uesses is 
in strict analogy with the limitations affecting 
the assumption of courtesj' titles ; for the former 
usiially enjoys by courtesy the title of marquess, 
which the latter possesses in his own right, and 
even when there exists in the duke's family no 
marquessate for the sons to assume, nevertheless 
(although perhaps only a titular baron) he is a 
courtesy marquess as far as precedence is con- 
cerned. 

41. Lord Great Chamberlain, when of the 
rank of an earl ; vide No. 18. 

42. Lord High Constable, when of the rank 
of an carl ; vide No. 19. 

43. Earl Mabshal, when of the rank of an 
earl ; vide No. 20. 

44. Lord Steward of the Household, when 
of the rank of an earl ; vide No. 22. 



45. Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 
when of the rank of an earl ; vide No. 23. 

45a. Master of the Horse, when of the rank 
of an earl ; i-ide No. 23a. 

46. Earls of England. — This class includes 
all earls whose patents are dated antecedently 
to 1707, the period of the imion with Scotland. 
Of these the Earl of Shrewsbury is the first, and 
Earl Poulett the last. 

47. Earls of Scotland. — By the Treaty of 
Union between England and Scotland, all Scottish 
peers became peers of Great Britain, with rank 
next after English peers of the hke degree, but 
taking precedence amongst each other according 
to the dates of their patents. The Earl of Craw- 
ford is the first of this class, and the Earl of 
Hopetoun the last. The patent of the Earl 
Poulett bears date in 1700, and that of the Earl 
of Crawford in 1398 : the effect, however, of the 
imion has been to give precedence to the former 
over the latter ; but all earls created since 1707 
follow the whole body of the Scottish earls, and 
of course take rank amongst each other in the 
usual manner, according to the dates of their 
respective patents. 

48. Earls of Great Britain are those created 
between 1707, the year of the Scottish Union, and 
1801, when that with Ireland took place. In 
the scale of precedence, they follow the whole of 
the Scottish earls, and precede all the Irish earls. 
Of this class the Earl Ferrers is the first, and the 
Earl of iMalrnesbury the last. 

49. E.ARLS of Ireland are of two classes ; one 
created before the Union (1801), and the other 
since that event. By the Act v,-hich \uiited the 
two countries it was declared that peers of Ireland 
should bo peers of Great Britain, and should take 
rank in England next after those of a like degree, 
enjoying precedence amongst each other accord- 
ing to the usual rule — date of patent. The first 
of this class is the Earl of Cork ; he therefore, 
in the scale of precedence, comes next to the Earl 
of IMalrnesbury, who is the junior of the British 
earls. The most recently created of the Irish 
earls at the time of the IJnion was the Earl of 
Kenmare ; he is, therefore, the last, and the Earl 
of Cork is thefirst of the body of Irish earls whom 
the Act of Union added to the earls of Great 
Britain. The earls of Ireland created since the 
Union come into the next class. 

50. Earls of the LTnited Kingdom are those 
created since England, Scotland, and Ireland 
formed one United Kingdom ; the Earl of Rosslyn 
being the first, and the Earl of Liverpool the last. 
Within that period, however, twelve Iri^h earl- 
doms have been created, the possessors of which 
do not rank amongst the body of older Irish earls, 
existing previous to the Union, but are, according 
to dates of patents, intermingled amongst the 
United Kingdom earls, all of whom, as already 
mentioned, were created within the present 
century. The difference between an earl in the 
peerage of Ireland and one in the peerage of the 
LTnited Kingdom is, that the latter has a seat in 
the Upper House, and the other has not, at least 
in right of his earldom, though he may possess 
that advantage if he be likewise a British viscount 
or baron, or a representative peer. As regards 
precedence, all peers, whether of Ireland or of the 
United Kingdom, if created since the Union, take 
rank amongst each other according to the dates 
of their respective patents. 

51. Younger Sons of Dukes of the Blood 
Royal. — When these do not happen to fall within 
the provisions of the act of Henry VIII, which 
refers to the brothers, uncles, grandsons, and 
nephews of the reigning Sovereign, they must 
rest for their precedence upon usage, which can 
be distinctly traced, by a record of great authority 
(now preserved in the College of Arms), as far 
back as the year 1485, and which gives them the 
place here assigned under the number 50. 

52. Eldest Sons of Marquesses. — The pre- 
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rest upon patent, or Order in Council, or statute, 
but on that which is of equal force — immemorial 
usage, evidenced by the orders of the Constable 
of England in the year 1467, made " according 
to auncient statutes." As a body, their position 
is that which their number (52) indicates, while 
ifiter se the precedence of their respective fathers 
regulates the rank of the sons, as has already been 
explained with reference to dukes' eldest sons at 
No. 40. 

53. Younger Sons of Dukes. — This place 
is assigned to the younger sons of dukes upon 
the authority of a decree pronounced by the 
commissioners for executing the office of Earl 
Marshal, in the reign of Elizabeth, 16th Jan., 1594. 
In accordance with the rules already referred to, 
the members of this class, however, take rank 
inter se in accordance with the relative precedence 
of their respective fathers. 

54. Lord Great Chamberlain, when of the 
rank of a viscount ; vide No. 18. 

55. Lord High Constable, when of the rank 
of a viscount ; vide No. 19. 

56. Lord Steward of the Household, when 
of the rank of a viscount ; vide No. 22. 

57. Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 
when of the rank of a viscount ; vide No. 23. 

57n. Master of the Horse, when of the rank 
of a viscount ; vide No. 23a. 

58. Viscounts of England. — The same rule 
applies to these as to the higher ranks of the 
peerage. The class now under consideration are 
those whose titles were granted antecedently to 
the union with Scotland, and they are extinct save 
one, the viscounty of Hereford. The peer who 
holds that dignity is, of course, the i^remier 
viscount of the realm. 

59. Viscounts of Scotland. — As in the cases 
of earls, marquesses, and dukes, the Scottish 
viscounts take precedence immediately after 
the English created before the Union : Viscount 
Falkland being the first, and Viscount Strathallan 
the last. Of course, amongst each other they 
follow .the usual rule, viz. date of patent. 

60. Viscounts of Great Britain. — These 
were created between 1707, the period of the 
Scottish |Union, and 1801, that of the union with 
Ireland ; they are therefore preceded, first, by the 
one English viscount, and 2ndly, by the Scottish 
viscounts. This rule is founded, like all others 
of a similar kind, upon the provisions of the Treatj' 
of Union. The first of this class is Viscount 
Bolingbroke, the last is Viscount Hood. 

61. Viscounts of Ireland. — These are peers 
of Ireland created before the Union, and by the 
Act which affected that great change they became 
peers of Great Britain, with " precedence next 
after other peers of a like degree." The first of 
the number is Viscount Gorinanston ; the last. 
Viscount Avomnore. Amongst each other, they 
Eollow the general rule of taking rank according 
to the dates of patents. 

62. Viscounts of the United Kingdom 
constitute that portion of the peerage which has 
been created since 1801. In the scale of pre- 
cedence, several Irish viscounts (created since 
the Union) are intermingled with them, according 
to dates of patent, on principles already explained. 

63. Eldest Sons op Earls. — It is not under 
any distinct written authority that the eldest 
sons of earls hold this place, but by immemorial 
usage, wliich can be distinctly traced at least to 
the year 1399. Collectively, their position is 
indicated by the number 63, while individually 

he rank of their respective parents regulates the 
precedence of the children ifiter se. 

64. Younger Sons of Marquesses hold this 
rank by immemorial usage, in Uke manner as the 
sons of dukes and earls possess theirs, and in the 
same way their fathers' precedence among mar- 
quesses regulates theirs amongst the issue of 
marquesses. 

65. The Bishop of London is here placed by 
the statute of Henry VIII. There is some ground 



for supposing that antecedently to the passing 
of that Act he occupied a different position, but 
there cannot now be any doubt as to the place 
which ought to be given to this prelate. 

66.jBiSHOP of Durham. — The same statute (that 
of Henry VIII) which determines the precedence 
of the Bishop of London fixes that also of the 
Bishop of Durham. 

67. The Bishop of Winchester. — By the 
constitution of the Order of the Garter, it was 
declared that the prelate of that Order should 
always take precedence of every other bishop. 
From the foundation of the Order to the present 
time, with the exception of a few months in the 
year 1553, this office has always been held by the 
bishops of Winchester ; therefore the holders of 
this see have uniformly enjoyed precedence over 
all bishops, excepting those of London and Dur- 
ham, who in the 31st of Henry VIII were placed 
above them by the Act passed in that year 
regulating precedence. 

68. English Bishops. — So many generations 
have passed away since a bishop was a Secretary 
of State, that it may be scarcely worth while to 
call attention to the fact, that the 31st of Henry 
VIII provides, if a prelate should be a principal 
Secretary of State, that he shall take precedence 
of all his brethren, unless some of them hold one 
of the ten offices already mentioned, which give 
a precedence over dukes. Bishops precede all 
temporal barons ; and the general rule is that they 
shall take rank amongst each other according to 
priority of consecration, and not in right of 
privileges attaching to each see. The exceptions 
are, as already stated, that the Bishops of London, 
Durham, and Winchester, enjoy rank superior 
to any other member of the episcopal body : see 
p. 40. 

69. The Moderator of the General As- 
sembly of the Church of Scotland has 
precedence in England after the bishops, and 
in Scotland precedence next after the Lord 
Chancellor of Great Britain : see p. 65. 

70. Lord Great Chamberlain, if of the rank 
of a baron ; vide No. 18. 

71. Lord High Constable, if of the rank of 
a baron ; vide No. 19. 

72. Lord Steward of the Household, if of 
the rank of a baron ; vide No. 22. 

73. Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 
if of the rank of a baron ; vide No. 23. 

73o. Master of the Horse, if of the rank of 
a baron ; vide No. 23a. 

74. Secretary of State. — If the office be 
filled by a baron, he takes precedence of all peers 
of that degree : but the rule does not hold beyond 
this rank, as the office [does not exalt the pre- 
cedence of a viscount, earl, marquess, or duke 
(Coke, Inst. 4-362). When below the degree of a 
laaron, his rank is as at No. 86. 

75. Barons of Engl.\nd. — These are peers 
sitting by writ or patent of earlier date than the 
Scottish "Union, a.d. 1707. 

76. Barons of Scotland. — The Treaty of 
Union between England and Scotland made 
provision that the barons of that country should 
take precedence next after those of a like degree 
in England, having rank amongst each other 
according to the antiquity of their titles. The 
first amongst this class is Lord Forbes, and the 
last Lord Polwarth. 

77. Barons of Great Britain. — These are 
peers whose patents of creation bear date 
between the Scottish and Irish imions, namely, 
during the period from 1707 till 1801. They take 
rank after the Scottish, and before the Irish 
barons. 

78. Bahons of Ireland. — According to the 
Act of Union between Great Britain and Ireland, 
this class of peers takes precedence next after 
those of a like degree in England, at the time of 
the Union, and amongst each other, according 
to antiquity of creation. 

79. Barons of the United Kingdom. — All 



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Barons created since 1801, when England. Scot- 
land, and Ireland became one united kingdom. 
Amongst these, in order of precedence, several 
Irish barons are intermingled according to dates 
of patents, on principles already explained in 
Nos^ 27 and 49. Life peers take rank with these ! 
according to dates of patents. j 

80. Spe-\ker of the House of Commons. — , 
This position is enjoyed in right of ancient usage, ] 
confirmed incidentally by the words employed 
for fixing the place of No. 81 m the 1st of 
William and Mary, cap. '-1- ! 

81 Commissioners of the Great bEAL. — : 
When the office of Lord High Chancellor is ] 
executed by commissioners, the persons to whom j 
this great trust is confided become entitled, i.mder 
the 1st of William and Mary. cap. 21. to pre- 
cedence " next after the peers of this realm and 
tlie Speaker of the House of Commons." It need 
hardly be observed that this rank only belongs | 
to such as have no higher claim to precedence in 
right of other offices, or in right of hereditary 
honours. . , 

82. Treasurer of the Household, is here 
plac'ed uncier the authority of a royal warrant of 
Henry VIII, in the year 1540. ! 

83. Comptroller of the Household, is here 
placed under the authority of a royal warrant, 
temp. Henry VIII. ^ , . 

84 Master of the Horse. — In modern tmies i 
the Master of the Horse to the King or Queen 
regnant, is generally a peer ; he therefore never 
has occasion to avail himself of the precedence 
which belongs to his office. 

85. Vice-Chajmbeelain of the Household. — 
This officer is here placed on the authority of a 
warrant, tejnp. Henry VIII. 

86. Secretary of State. — When below the 
degree of a baron, the place here assigned to him 
is that given by a warrant of Henry VIII, ni the 
year 1540, but when a Secretary of State is a baron, 
his place will be as described in No. 74. 

87. Eldest Sons of Viscounts are here 
placed in conformity with ancient usage, evi- 
denced by the orders of the Constable of England 
in the year 1467, made "according to auncient 
statutes"; the relative precedence of their 
respective fathers settles their rank inter se. 

88. YotTNGER Sons of Earls, on the same 
ground as No. 87, and imder the same regula- 
tions as regards precedence inter se. 

89. Eldest Sons of Barons are placed upon 
the same authority as the above, namely, ancient 
usage. 

90. Knights of the Garter. — It very rarely 
happens that the members of this Order depend 
altogether for their rank upon the distinction 
which their knighthood confers, for the Kiiights 
Companions of the Garter generally belong to the 
highest classes of the peerage. One of the most 
recent instances of this distinction having been 
conferred on a British subject, not being a peer, 
was the case of the late Prince Consort. Between 
the period of his investiture with the Garter 
and the settlement of his rank by royal 
ordinance, this would have been his position. 
Eespecting the precedence of other Orders of 
knighthood, there has occasionally been some 
uncertainty, but the rank enjoyed by Knights of 
the Garter is so clearly established by the statutes 
of the Order, that no doubts have arisen on the 
subject. The statute is dated April 23, 5th 
Charles I, 1629. 

91. Privy Counsellors are here placed under 
the authority of letters patent, dated 28 May, 
10 James I. 1612. Amongst themselves this 
class, like all others, take rank according to 
seniority of appoinlment, when no other prin- 
ciple of precedence exists in the individual 
instances. 

92. Chancellor of the Order of the Garter. 

On the 23rd of April. 1629. it was ordained by 

Charles I, that this officer should hold the rank 
here assigned him, provided he was a layman ; 



but from 1475 to 1485, and from 1669 to the 
present time, the office has been always held by a 
bishop, who enjoyed a higher rank in right of his 
see. In the intermediate period, however, viz. 
from 1629 to 1669, this statute regulating prece- 
dence had a practical utility, and if at any future 
time the office should be appropriated to a lay- 
man, it would again come into force. 

93. The Chancellor of the Exchequer holds 
this position under the authority of letters patent, 
dated 28 May, 10 James I, 1612 : but if he be a 
Peer or a Privy Counsellor, of course he ranks in 
those classes. 

94. The Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster, on the same ground as No. 93 ; 
but if a Peer or Privy Counsellor, of course accord- 
ing to his place in those classes. 

95. The Lord Chief Justice of England, 
on the same ground as No. 93 ; but if a Peer or 
Privy Coimsellor, of course according to his place 
in those classes. 

96. Master of the Rolls, on the same gromid 
as No. 93, and if a Peer, with a similar exception 
in his favour as in the case of the Lord Chief 
Justice. 

97. The Lords Justices of Appeal.— -WHien 
the Court of Appeal in Chancery was constituted, 
in 1851, the Lord Justices were granted this 
precedence, and this place was confirmed to 
the Lords Justices of the Court of Appeal created 
by the Judicature Acts 1873 and 1875, accord- 
ing to seniority of appointment, but when Peers 
or Privy Counsellors, they rank accordingly. 

98. Judges of the High Court of Justice 
are usually Knights Bachelor, and rank accord- 
ing to seniority of appointment, but the President 
of the Probate Div. being, ex officio, a Member of 
the Court of Appeal, takes rank accordingly. 

99. Knights Banneret, created under the 
royal standard displayed in open war, the 

I SoVereign or the Prince of Wales being present. 
They would take rank amongst each other accord- 
ing to seniority of creation. 
I 100. YoungJbr Sons of Viscounts are here 
I placed luider the authority of letters patent, 
dated 28 May, 10 James I, and rank according 
to the precedence of their respective fathers. 
! 101. Younger Sons of B.\rons have this 
place assigned them by a decree of James I 
(see 103). 
1 102. Sons of Life Peers and of Life Peers 
I dece.^sed were here placed by Royal favovir in 
I 1897, but the warrant was not gazetted until 
August, 1898. This would seem to be an infringe- 
ment of 103, and has been challenged by the 
Society of the Baronetage accordingly {see 103). 

103. Baronets. — On a controversy of prece- 
dence between the younger sons of Viscounts and 
Barons and the Baronets, King James I, 
1612, issued a decree, fixing the precedence of the 
latter next after the former. By this decree the 
King bound himself, his heirs, and successors 
not at any time to give precedence to any persons 
beneath "the degree of Lords of Parliament, 
higher before or equal to the place of baronets, 
and a similar provision is to be found in the 
baronets' patents of creation. Baronets conform 
to the general rule of taking precedence amongst 
each other according to the dates of their patents 
respectively. But no provision is made in the 
Act of Union, either with Scotland or Ireland, 
for the precedence of the baronets of those coun- 
tries in England. Analogy with the orders 
made respecting the peerage, however, would 
make the succession to be — 1st. Baronets oi 
England whose patents are dated before 1707 
2nd, Baronets of Scotland or Nova Scotia (tht 
order in Scotland having been created by Charles 
I for the advancement of that Colony) ; 3rd 
Baronets of Great Britain whose patents are 
dated before 1801 ; 4th, Baronets of Ireland 
5th, Baronets of the United Kingdom. 

104. Knights Banneret, provided they bt 
not made in the manner described at No. 99 



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21 



This position was allotted to such as were created 
by the commanders of armies in the king's name 
on the open field of battle. 

105. Knights of the Thistle. — The Order 
of the Thistle is scarcely ever conferred on any 
but Scottish nobles of very high rank, and of 
course they take precedence according to their 
peerages. The statutes of the Order are silent 
respecting precedence, and there does not appear 
to be any Acts of Parliament, royal ordinances, 
or letters patent, on the subject. In the absence 
of these authorities, the natural course is to 
place the orders according to priority of institu- 
tion or revival. 

106. Knights of St. Patrick. — This Order 



has never been, and probably never will be, 1 Victorian Order. 



Bachelors by royal warrant with the title of 
"His Honour" prefixed to the word "Judge" 
before their respective names. 

120. Serjeants-at-Law. 

121. Masters in Chancery. 

122. Masters in Lunacy. 

123. Companions of the Bath. — Under the 
statute of the Order referred to in No. 107. 

124. Companions of the Star of India are 
here placed by the statutes of the Order. 

125. Companions of St. Michael and St. 
George under the statutes of the Order. 

126. Companions of the Order of the 
Indian Empire under the statutes of the Order. 

127. Members of the 4th Class of the Royal 



^conferred upon a commoner. Its right, therefore, 
to the place here assigned it in the scale of prece- 
dence is not likely to be soon decided. The 
warrant under which the Order was instituted, 
declares that in Ireland the Knights of St. Patrick 
shall take precedence immediately after the 
eldest sons of barons. It has been sometimes 
svipposed that the warrant gave them this rank 
in England, which would amount to granting 
them precedence over the Knights of the Garter. 
This document does not abrogate any statute of 
the Order of the Garter ; and nothing is more 
evident than that the Sovereign never intended 
to place the Irish Order above the more ancient 
and illustrious fraternities of England and Scot- 
and. It is a position clearly established, that 
baronets shall come next after the younger sons 



128. Companions of the Distinguished 
Service Order under the statutes of the Order. 

129. Companions of the Imperial Service 
Order. 

l.'iO. Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber. 

131. Eldest Sons of the Younger Sons of 
Peers are here placed under the authority of an 
ordinance of the Earl Marshal's Covirt, dated 1 8th 
of March, 1615. By some authorities this position 
is considered to extend to a second or third 
generation of eldest sons, or even in a perpetual 
succession. 

132. Eldest Sons of Baronets are here placed 
on the same ground as No. 131, viz., the ordinance 
of the Earl Marshal's Court. 

133. Eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter 
are here placed on the ground of ancient usage, 



of barons, and that no knight in respect of his which is confirmed by implication in the ordinance 
knighthood (except those of the Order of the of the Earl Marshal's Court already referred to. 
Garter together with certain bannerets), shall be ' In modern times, they enjoy however a superior 
entitled to precede a baronet. As the general ; place, inasmuch as their fathers are always peers ; 
rule then is, that knights come after baronets, i and the hereditary nobility, therefore, yields them 
the several Orders of knighthood have been ! a higher position than that springing from the 
placed, as already stated, according to priority j personal honour of knighthood, 
of institution or revival. i 134. Eldest Sons of Knights Banneret, on 

107. Knights Grand Cross of the Bath j the same ground as No. 133 ; the usage can be 
are declared by the 19th statute of the Order, distinctly traced as far back as the year 1399. 
made in pursuance of letters patent dated 14th 135. Eldest Sons of the Knights of the 
April, 1847, to have precedence "next to and ! Thistle, on the same ground as No. 105. 
immediately after Baronets " ; a place clearly ; 136. Eldest Sons of Knights Grand Cross 
inconsistent with awarding the positions here j of the Bath, on the same ground as No. 133 
given to Nos. 104, 105, and 106. j taken in connexion with the new statutes of the 

108. Knights Grand Commaj^der of the j Order ; and, ijiter se, they rank according to the 
Star of India tmder the statute of the Order of I seniority of their respective fathers in the Order of 
19th April, 1866. j the Bath. 

109. Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael I 137. Eldest Sons of Knights Grand Com- 
AND St, George under the statutes of the Order. ' mander of the Star of India. 

110. Knights Grand Commander of the 138. Eldest Sons of Knights Grand Cross 
Indian Empire under the statute of the Order ; of St. Michael and St. George. 

made in pursuance of letters patent dated 1st 139. Eldest Sons of Knights Grand Com 



Jime, 1887. 

111. Knights Grand Cross of the Royal 
Victorian Order. 

112. Knights Commander of the Bath are 
here placed under the statute of the Order referred 
to in No. 107. 



mander of the Indian Empire. 

140. Eldest Sons of Knights Grand Cross 
OF THE Royal Victorian Order. 

141. Eldest Sons op Knights Commander 
OF THE Bath, on the same ground as No. 136. 

142. Eldest Sons of Knights Commander 



113. KjsriGHTS Commander of the Star of | of the Star of India. 

India under the statutes of the Order. j 143. Eldest Sons of Knights Commander 

114. Knights Commander of St. Michael • of St. Michael and St. George are here placed, 
and St. George under the statutes of the Order. ! on the ground that the general practice with 

115. Knights Commander of the Indian j respect to precedence gives to the descendants of 
Empire under the statute of the Order made in [titled persons a station amongst each other, 



pursuance of letters patent dated 15th Feb. 1887. 

116. Knights Commander of the Royal 
ViCTORi.iN Order. 

117. Ivnights Bachelor. — By various patents 



analogous to that enjoyed by their fathers. 

144. Eldest Sons of Knights Commander 
OF THE Indian Empire. 

145. Eldest Sons of Knights Comm.-vnder 



and ordinances, as well as by Acts of Parliament, \ of the Royal Victorian Order. 



several classes in the state have been assigned 
precedence over Knights Bachelor, and though 
they are the most ancient order of knights, 
we find them at length moved downwards by 
successive changes to this rank in the scale of 
precedence. 

118. Commanders of the Royal Victorian 
Order. 

119. .Judges of County' Courts in England 
and Wales and Judges of the City of Lon- 



don Court have precedence next after Knights placed on the same groimd as No. 143 



146. Eldest Sons of Commanders of the 
Royal Victorian Order. 

147. Eldest Sons of Knights Bachelor 
are here placed under the authority of letters 
patent temp. James I. 

148. Members of the 5th Class of the 
Royal Victorian Order. 

149. Younger Sons of the Younger Sons 
OF Peers hold this place by usage. 

150. Younger Sons of Baronets are here 



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151. Esquires by Office, on the same ground 
as No. 131. This class, of course, includes all 
officers of the naval and military forces who are 
styled " esquires" in their commissions. 

152. YoTTNGER Sons of Knights of the 
Gaetee, on the same ground as No. 133. 

153. Younger Sons of Knights Banneret, 
on the same ground as No. 134. 

154. Younger Sons of Knights Grand Cross 
OF THE Bath. 

155. Younger Sons of Knights Grand 
Commander of the Star of India. 

156. Younger Sons of Knights Grand Cross 
OF St. Michael and St. George. 

157. Younger Sons of Knights Grand 
Commander of the Indian Empire. 

158. Younger Sons of Knights Commander 
of the Bath, on the same groimd as No. 136. 

159. Younger Sons of Knights Commander 
of the Star of India. 

160. Younger Sons of Knights Commander 
of St. Michael and St. George, on the same 
ground as their elder brothers. 

161. Younger Sons of Knights Commander 
OF THE Indian Empire. 

162. Younger Sons of Knights Commander 
OF THE Royal Victorian Order. 

163. Younger Sons of Commanders of the 
Royal Victorian Order. 

164. Younger Sons of Knights Bachelor, 
on the same ground as No. 147. 

165. Doctors in Divinity, on the groimd of 
ancient usage. It is by some authorities con- 
tended that Doctors of Universities rank on a par 
with knights, and above serjeants-at-law. Queen's 
coimsel, deans, etc., and to support this it is cit^d 
that when Queen Elizabeth went in state to St. 
Paul's, the doctors were accorded this position. 

166. Doctors of Laws, on the same ground as 
No. 165. 

167. Doctors of Medicine, on the same gromid 
as No. 165. 

168. Bachelors of Divinity. — The degree 
of a bachelor in any of the faculties of divinity, 
law, or medicine is rarely obtained otherwise 
than as preparatory to the superior degree of 
doctor ; and in divinity it generally happens that 
those who take a bachelor's degree are also in 
priest's orders ; they have, therefore, the prefix 
of Reverend : but if' that were not the case, they 
in common with all bachelors of faculties would 
be described by the affix of Esquire ; this place, 
therefore, amongst esquires is assigned them on 
the grotmd of analogy and ancient usage. 

169. Bachelors of Laws, on the ground of 
ancient usage. 

170. Bachelors of Medicine, on the same 
ground as No. 168. 

171. Clergy'Men. Few things are more unde- 
fined than the precedence due to clergymen in 
general society. Of course it is well known that 
the precedence of the " faculties " is as follows : 
1st, Divinity : 2nd, Law ; 3rd, Medicine ; 4th 
Music. But there is another consideration that 
imparts to this profession a temporal dignity, 
which is, that one member of it takes rank next 
to the royal family, that another takes precedence 
of all dukes, and that the twenty-seven senior 
English bishops are lords of parliament superior 
to barons. So many circumstances peculiar to 
individuals modify all general rules of prece- 
dence, that it is scarcely possible, in the absence 
of distinct authority from the King, as " the 
fovmtain of honour," to fix the position of all 
clergymen otherwise than by analogy. Chap- 
lams in the Royal Navy, all of whom must be 
clergymen in connexion with the Church of Eng- 
land, do not hold any naval rank, but the 
regulations for that branch of the service enjoin 
that they " shall retain, when afloat, the position 
to which their office would entitle them when on 
shore." On the other hand, a definite jsosition 
is laid down for chaplains in the Army, who 
comprise clergymen of the Church of England 



and of the Presbyterian and Roman Catholic 
Churches. {See Military Rank and Precedence.) 
It is not to be supposed that clergymen in general 
society are to take much lower ground than 
that accorded to military chaplains, though of 
course, as the possession of an army commission 
gives this definite rank, its absence leaves other 
clergymen to rest only upon analogy when placed 
in competition for precedence with civilians. 

172. King's Counsel are placed above all 
other barristers in right of their patents. 

173. B.^RRISTERS are often stated to be esqiiires 
by ancient usage as well as by office, but this 
assertion lacks official recognition ; but accord- 
ing to the rule of precedence in the profession, 
they are merely regarded as holding a position 
in the common law, somewhat analogous to 
that of the bachelor in the civil law : the serjeant 
in the one being regarded as of similar rank to the 
doctor in the other. 

174. Subaltern Officers in the Army'. — 
In the tables of naval and military precedence, 
the reader will find the relative rank of each 
officer set forth ; but in a table of general prece- 
dence this is the proper place of all military 
and naval officers who are not styled " esquire " 
in their commissions ; it is, however, to be ob- 
served, that such of them as are peers, baronets, 
knights, lords, honourables, doctors, or bachelors 
of any of the faculties, esquires, members of 
any order of knighthood, or possessing any rank 
whatever, do not lose their stations by entering 
upon the naval or military service of the state. 

175. Professional Gentlemen, as solicitors, 
attorneys, proctors, engineers, architects, medical 
practitioners, artists, literary men, merchants, 
master manufacturers, scientific professors, and 
others, not engaged in manual labour, farming 
of land, or retail trade, are considered to jsossess 
some station in society, although the law takes 
no cognizance of their ranks iiiter se. 

176. Yeomen. 

177. Tradesmen, being citizens. 

178. Tradesmen, being burgesses. 

179. Artificers. 

180. Labourers. 



KNIGHTLY PRECEDENCE. 
The following tables have reference solely to the 
precedence enjoyed by the different membess of 
each Order, when assembled in their knightly 
capacity at chapters, etc., for on such occasions 
many of the highest dignities fail to give their 
possessors precedence over a brother knight of 
an older creation, though in the common inter- 
course of society the rule be otherwise. 

knights banneret. 
Those made by the Sovereign in person taking 
precedence. 

the most noble order of the garter. 

1. The Sovereign. 

2. Lady of the Order, H.il. the Queen. 

3. H.M. Queen Alexandra. 

4. H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. 

5. Members of the Royal Family. 

6. Foreign Potentates. 

7. Knights-Companions, according to seniority. 

8. The' Prelate. 

9. The Chancellor. 

10. The Registrar. 

11. The Garter principal King of Arms. 

12. The Usher of the Black Rod. 

the most ancient and most noble order of 
the thistle. 

1. The Sovereign. 

2. The Members of the Royal Family. 

3. Knights of the Order according to seniority. 

4. The Dean. 

5. The Secretary. 

6. The Lyon King of Arms. 



PRECEDENCE 



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THE 
1. 



7. The Gentlemen Usher of the Green Rod. 

MOST ILLUSTRIOUS 'ORDER OF 'ST. PATRICK. 

The Sovereign. 

Grand Master, H.E. The Lord Lieutenant of 

Ireland, for the time being. 
The Members of the Royal Family. 
Knights according to seniority. 
The Chancellor. 

Ulster King of Arms and Registrar. 
The Secretary. 
The Genealogist. 
Usher of the Black Rod. 
Dublin Herald. 
Cork Herald. 
Athlone Pursuivant. 



KNIGHTS BACHELOR. 

Knights Bachelor, whether created by the 
Sovereign (personally or by patent), or by the 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, rank amongst each 
other according to seniority of creation. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 

THE 
1. 



MOST HONOURABLE ORDER OF THE BATH. 

The Sovereign. 

Members of the Royal Family. 

Military and Civil Knights Grand Cross, 

intermingled according to seniority of 

appointment. 
Honorary Knights Grand Cross, according 

to seniority of appointment. 
Military and Civil Knights Commanders, 

intermingled according to seniority of 

appointment. 
Honorary Knights Commanders, in the 

same succession. 
Military and Civil Companions, intermingled 

according to seniority of appointment. 
Honorary Companions, in the same succes- 
sion. 
The Dean. 

The Bath King of Arms. 
The Registrar and Secretary. 
The Genealogist. 
The Gentlemen Usher of the Scarlet Rod. 



THE MOST EXALTED ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA. 

1. The Sovereign. 

2. The Grand Master. 

3". The Knights Grand Commanders. 

4. The Honorary Knights Grand Commanders. 

5. The Knights Commanders. 

6. The Companions. 

7. The Secretary. 

8. The Registrar. 

THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL 
AND ST. GEORGE. 

1. The Sovereign. 

2. The Grand Master. 

3. The Knights Grand Cross. 

4. The Honorary Knights Grand Cross. 

5. The Knights Commanders. 

6. The Honorary Knights Commanders. 

7. The Companions. 

8. The Prelate. 

9. The Chancellor. 
10. The Secretary. 
IL The Registrar. 

12. The Officer of Arms. 

THE MOST EMINENT ORDER OF THE INDIAN EMPIRE. 

1. The Sovereign. 

2. The Grand Master. 

3. The Knights Grand Comniaiiders. 

4. The Knights Commanders. 

5. The Companions. 

6. The Secretary. 

7. The Registrar. 

THE ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER. 

1. Tlie Sovereign. 

2. The Chancellor. 

3. The Knights Grand Cross. 

4. The Knights Commanders. 

5. The Commanders. 

6. The Members of the 4th Class. 

7. The Members of the 5th Class. 

8. The Chancellor. 

9. The Secretary. 



JUDICIAL AND LEGAL PRECEDENCE. 

Except as stated below, personal or hereditary 
distinctions are not recognized as titles to prece- 
dence in the profession of the law. One barrister 
does not lead, or enjoy pre-audience over another 
in right of being a peer, privy counsellor, knight, 
baronet, or the son of a peer. The following 
table presents the only ranks acknowledged by 
the courts of justice in England as conferring 
official precedence, with the exception of special 
patents, which the Crown may grant to any mem- 
ber of the profession. 

1. The Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. 

2. Peers entitled to hear appeals in the House 

of Lords, and the Lords of Appeal in 
Ordinary. 

3. The Lord Chief Justice of England. 

4. The Master of the Rolls. 

5. The Lords Justices of Appeal, and the Presi- 

dent of the Probate, Admiralty, and 
Divorce Division of the High Court accord- 
ing to seniority of appointmeiit. 
G. The Judges of the High Court of Justice, 
according to seniority of appointment. 

7. The Judge Advocate-General. 

8. The King's Attorney-General. 

9. The Lord Advocate of Scotland. 
10. The King's Solicitor-General. 

n. Judges of County Courts. 

12. Serjeants. 

13. King's Counsel. 

14. The Recorder of London. 
The Common Sergeant of London. 
The Attorney-General of the Duchy of 

Lancaster. 
Masters in Chancery. 

18. Masters in Lunacy. 

19. Doctors of the Civil Law. 

20. Barristers having Patents of precedence. 

21. Barristers according to date of call. 

22. The King's Remembrancer in the Court of 

Exchequer. 

23. Proctors. 

24. Solicitors. 

25. Notaries. 



15. 
16. 



17. 



CLERICAL PRECEDENCE. 



1. 



Archbishop of Canterbury. 

2. Archbishop of York. 

3. Archbishop of Armagh. 

4. Archbishop of Dublin. 

5. Bishop of London. 

6. BishoiD of Durham. 

7. Bishop of Winchester. 

8. English Diocesan Bishops, according to 

their dates of Consecration. 

9. Irish Bishops, in a similar order of succession. 

10. The Bishop of Sodor and Man. 

11. Colonial Bishops, according to date. 

12. Bishops Suffragan, Retired, Assistant, and 

Missionary Bishops, according to date. 

13. Deans, according to date. 

14. Archdeacons, according to date. 

15. Rectors being of the degree of D.D. 
Rectors not of that degree. 
Vicars of the degree of D.D. 
Vicars not of that degree. 
Curates. 

Irish prelates before the disestablishment of the 
Church in Ireland were entitled to the precedence 
accorded to them in this table, and by the Irish 
Chvirch Act, section 13, it was enacted that every 
Archbishop, etc., then living should, during his 
life, enjoy the same title and precedence. Pre- 
lates of the Protestant Episcopalian and of the 



16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 



PRECEDENCE 



Roman Catholic Chui'ch in Ireland and the ilodera- 
tor of the Presbyterian Church have special 
rules of precedence, the same precedence in 
Ireland as before disestablishment ; Primates, 
Archbishops, and the Moderator, and Bishops 
ranking, inter se, according to the dates of conse- 
cration, but it is imagined they would only take 
such precedence in the general table by courtesy. 
Bishops Suffragan when representing their 
diocesan take the same precedence, but otherwise 
their precedence is not clearly defined. It is 
believed, however, they M^ould rank as above 
with others consecrated to episcopal functions 
according to date of consecration. 



UNIVERSITY PRECEDENCE. 
University degrees are those of Doctor, Master, 
and Bachelor. 

The principal Faculties in which degrees are 
granted are : Arts, Divinity, Law, Medicine, 
and Science ; degrees are also given in Letters, 
Music, Philosophy, Surgery, Agriciilture and 
Engineering. 

Persons of the same academical rank, and if of 
the same LTniversity, take precedence amongst 
•each other according to the dates of their degrees. 
Those of the same rank who have graduated at 
different places, take rank according to the dates 
of foundation of the Universities to which they 
belong. 

The following are the Universities of the United 
Kingdom, with the dates of their foundations : — 

Oxford imcertain. 

Cambridge ditto. 

St. Andrews 1411 

Glasgow 14.51 

Aberdeen 1494 

Edinburgh 1.582 

Dublin 1591 

London 1836 

Durham 18.37 

Royal University of Ireland . . . 1880 
The Victoria Uiiiv. of Manchester- . 1880 

University of Wales 1883 

Birmingham 1900 

Liverj^ool 1903 

Leeds 1904 

Sheffield 1905 

Bristol 1909 

Amongst the Colonial Universities granting 
degrees, the following are those to whose degrees 
the same precedence has been given as if they 
were granted by a LTniversity in the L^nited 
Kingdom, with the date of the Roj-al Letters 
Patent bestowing the privilege: — 

Sydney, N.S.Wales 1858 

Jlelbourne, Victoria 1859 

New Zealand 1876 

Cape of Good Hope 1877 

Adelaide, S. Australia 1881 

In addition to these there are numerous 
Universities in Canada, all granting Degrees. 

NAVAL RANK AND PRECEDENCE. 





MILITARY BRANCH 


1. 


Admirals of the Fleet. 


o 


Admirals. 


3. 


Vice-Admirals. 


4. 


Rear- Admirals. 


5. 


Commodores. 


6. 


Captains. 


7. 


Staff -Captains. 


8. 


Commanders. 


9. 


Staff-Commanders. 


10. 


Lieutenants. 


11. 


Navigating Lieutenants. 


12. 


Sub -Lieutenants. 


13. 


Chief Gunners. 


14. 


Chief Boatswains. 


15. 


Gunners. 


16. 


Boatswains. 



17. Midshipmen. 

18. Naval Cadets. 

The Engineer, Medical, and Civil Branches 
of the Navy comprise the undermentioned 
Officers, who rank as follows : — 

1. Medical Director-General, with Vice- 

Admiral. 

2. Engineer-in-Chief of the Fleet, with Vice- 

Admiral or Rear-Admiral, according to 
date of commission in each rank. 

3. Surgeon-General, Engineer-Rear-Admiral, 

with Rear-Admiral. 

4. Secretary to an Admiral of the Fleet, Pay- 

master-in-Chief, Deputy Surgeon-General, 
Engineer-Captain, Secretary to a Com- 
mander-in-Chief of 5 years' service as such, 
with Captain. 

5. Secretary to a Commander-in-Chief under 

5 years' service as such, Fleet-Surgeon, 
Fleet-Paymaster, Engineer-Commander, 
Naval Instructor of 15 years' seniority, 
with Commander. 

6. Secretary to a Junior Flag-Officer, etc., 

Staff -Surgeon, Staff -Paymaster, Paymaster, 
Naval Instructor of 8 years' seniority, 
Engineer-Lieutenant of 8 years' seniority, 
Carpenter-Lieutenant of 8 years' seniority, 
with Lieutenant of 8 years' seniority. 

7. Secretary to a Commodore of the 2nd Class, 

Surgeon, Naval Instructor under 8 years' 
seniority, Engineer-Lieutenant under 8 
years' seniority, Carpenter-Lieutenant 
under 8 years' seniority, Assistant-Pay- 
master of 4 years' seniority, with 
Lieutenant under 8 years' seniority. 

8. Assistant-Paymaster under 4 years' senioi'ity, 

Engineer Sub -Lieutenant, Chief Carpenter, 
Chief Artificer-Engineer, Chief School- 
master, with iSub-Lieutenant. 

9. Carpenter, Artificer-Engineer, Head School- 

master, with, but after. Gunner and Boat- 
swain. 

10. Clerk, with Midshipman. 

11. Assistant-Clerk, Engineer-Cadet, with Naval 

Cadet. 

MILITARY RANK AND PRECEDENCE. 

1. Field -Marshals. 

2. Generals. 

3. Lieutenant -Generals, with whom ranks the 

Surgeon-General holding the appointment 
of Director-General, Army Medical Service. 

4. Major-Generals ; with whom rank the Chap- 

lain-General, Surgeon-Generals, the Colonel 
holding the appointment of Director- 
General Army Veterinary Service and the 
Principal Ordnance Officer. 

5. Brigadier-Generals, ranking among them- 

selves, according to the dates of their com- 
missions as Colonels, and not according to 
their appointments as Brigadier-Generals. 

6. Colonels ; with whom rank 
Chaplains of the 1st class. 

7. Lieutenant-Colonels ; with whom rank 
Chaplains of the 2nd class. 

8. INIajors ; with whom rank 

Chaplains of the 3rd class. Quartermasters. 
Riding Masters, and Inspectors of Army 
Schools, after 15 years' commissioned 
service on full i^ay, have the honorary 
rank of Major. 

9. Captains ; with whom rank 

Chaplains of the 4th class. Quartermasters, 
Riding Masters, and Inspectors of Army 
Schools, after 10 years' commissioned 
service on full pay, have the honorary 
rank of captain. 

10. Lieutenants. 

Quartermasters, Riding Masters, and Inspec- 
tors of Army Schools with less than ten 
years' commissioned service, have the 
honorary rank of Lieutenant. 

11. Second Lieutenants. 



PRECEDENCE 



25 



By Royal Warrant dated December l\th, 1888, 
the "Commissariat and Transport Staff" was 
abolished, and its Officers were transferred to a 
Corps designated the " Army Service Corps," 
and were granted substantive arid titular military 
rank. By another Royal Warrant, dated IQth 
June, 1896, the " Ordnance Store Department" was 
abolished, and a general department for the ordnance 
services of the Army was established, under the 
designation of " The Army Ordnance Department," 
the officers of which enjoy substantive military rank. 
The result of these changes is that the designations 
Commissary-General (Maj. -General), Deputy and 
Assistant Commissary -General (Colonel), and 
Deputy Assistant Commissary-General (Captain) 
have disappeared, except as applied to officers who 
were on the non-effective list previous to the provisions 
of these Warrants coming into operation. By 
Royal Warrant dated June '23rd, 1898, the title of 
Surgeon-Major-General was altered to that of 
Surgeon-General, arui the officers of this rank alone 
were constituted the " Medical Staff " of the Army. 
The officers of the late Army Medical Staff, below 
the rank of Surgeon-Major-General, together with 
the Warrant Officers, N on-Commissioned Officers, 
and men of the Medical Staff Corps were formed 
into a corps styled " The Royal Army Medical 
Corps," and the officers were granted substantive 
and titular military rank. Consequent on the 
Royal Warrant of 9th Jan. 1907, Surgeon-Generals 
and Colonels are now shown as removed from the 
Royal Army Medical Corps, and the term Army 
Medical Staff became obsolete. By Royal Warrant 
dated August \Qth, 1898, the alteration of ranks 
just described ivas extended to the officers of the 
Indian Medical Service. Consequently the com- 
pound titles of Surgeon- Major-General, Surgeon- 
Colonel, Brigade-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel, Sur- 
geon-Lieutenant-Colonel, Surgeon-Major, Surgeon- 
Captain, and Surgeon-Lieutenant have disap- 
peared in the Regular Army, except in the case of 
certain retired officers, of medical officers who were 
appointed to the regimental establishment of the 
Foot Guards previous to March, 1904, and Medical 
Officers of the Household Cavalry. By Royal 
M' arrant of February 16th, 1899, the Officers of 
the Army Pay Department ivere granted substan- 
tive rank, and by Royal Warrant dated 5th October, 
1903, titular military rank was given to the Officers 
of the Army Medical Department. 

Military officers in the service of the late Hon. 
East India Company used to enjoy the same prece- 
dence as those in the service of the Crown, only 
so long as they remained eastward of the Cape of 
Good Hope. West of the Cape they had no military 
rank whatever ; but by an order of the \st of May, 
1885, it was settled no such distinction should be 
drawn, and "in all parts of Her Majesty's domin- 
ions and elsewhere " they luere declared to be entitled 
to rank and precedence with officers of the regular 
Army, according to the dates of their commissions. 
The subsequent extinction of the East India Coin- 
pany, and conversion of the forces into "Her 
Majesty's Indian Ariny," abolished all distinctions. 

Officers of the Special Reserve and Yeomanry 
of the United Kingdom take rank with officers 
of the regular forces as the youngest of their degree, 
and take precedence amongst themselves accord- 
ing to the dates of appointment in their respect- 
ive ranks. 

Officers of the regular forces, Special Reserve 
and Yeomanry of the United Kingdom have 
precedence of, and command over, the officers 
of equal degree serving in the Honourable Artil- 
lery Company and Territorial Force, and officers 
of the Honourable Artillery Company and Terri- 
torial Force take precedence amongst themselves 
according to the dates of appointment in their 
respective ranks. 

An officer of the Royal Malta Artillery takes 
rank and precedence below other officers of the 
regular forces of the same grade. 

Honorary rank, as well as the substantive 
rank of departmental officers, carries the same 



precedence as the corresponding military rank, 
except as regards general command and the presi- 
dency of Coui'ts and Boards. 

The following is the order of precedence of the 
several regiments and corpjs — 

1. The Household Cavalry, consisting of the 

1st and 2nd Life Guards, and the Royal 
Horse Guards (The Blues). 

2. The Royal Horse Artillery ; bvit on parade, 

with their guns, this corps takes the right, 
and marches at the head of the Household 
Cavalry. 

3. The Regiments of Cavalry of the Line, 

which comprise the seven Regiments of 
Dragoon Guards, and the twenty-one 
Regiments of Dragoons, Lancers, and 
Hussars in numerical order. 

4. The Royal Regiment of Artillery (local 

companies abroad excepted). The Royal 
Marine Artillery takes the left of the RoyaL 
Artillery. 
6. The Corps of Royal Engineers. 

6. The Regiments of Foot Guards in the fol- 

lowing order : — Grenadier Guards, Cold- 
stream Guards, Scots Guards, Irish Guards. 

7. The regiments of the Infantry of the Line, 

including the Royal Marine Light Infantry^ 
in the following order : — 

The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). ' 

The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)^ 

The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 

The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment). 

The Northumberland Fusiliers. 

The Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 

The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). 

The King's (Liverpool Regiment). 

The Norfolk Regiment. 

The Lincolnshire Regiment, 

The Devonshire Regiment. 

The Suffolk Regiment. 

The Prince Albert's (Somersetshire Light In- 
fantry). 

The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire 
Regiment). 

The East Yorkshire Regiment. 

The Bedfordshire Regiment. 

The Liecestershire Regiment. 

The Royal Irish Regiment. 

Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (York- 
shire Regiment). 

The Lancashire Fusiliers. 

The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

The Cheshire Regiment. 

The Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

The South Wales Borderers. 

The King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

The Canieronians (Scottish Rifles). 

The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 

The Gloucestershire Regiment. 

The Worcestershire Regiment. 

The East Lancashire Regiment. 

The East Surrey Regiment. 

The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding 
Regiment). 

The Border Regiment. 

The Royal Sussex Regiment. 

The Hampshire Regiment. 

The South Staffordshire Regiment. 

The Dorsetshire Regiment. 

The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South 
Lancashire Regiment). 

The Welsh Regiment. 

The Black Watch (Roy. Highlanders). 

The Oxfordshire Light Infantry. 

The Essex Regiment. 

The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire 
and Derbyshire Regiment). J 

The Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 

The Northamptonshire Regiment. 

Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire 
Regiment). 

Royal Marine Light Infantry. 

The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)* 



26 



PRECEDENCE 



The King's Own (Yorks Light Infantry). 
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry). 
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Regiment). 
The King's Royal Rifle Corps. 
The Duke of Edinbm-gh's (Wiltshire Regiment). 
The Manchester Regiment. 
The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire 

Regiment). 
The York and Lancaster Regiment. 
The Durham Light Infantry. 
The Highland Light Infantry. 



1815, and the Protocol No. 45, signed at the 
Conferences of Aix-la-Chapelle, November 21st, 
1818. Under these regulations the following 
is the order — 

1. Ambassadors, Legates, or Nuncios. 

2. Envoys, Ministers, or other persons accred- 

ited to Sovereigns. 

3. Ministers Resident. 

4. Charges d' Affaires accredited to Ministerjs 

for Foreign Affairs. 
In each of these four classes rank is taken 
according to the date of the official notification 



Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The of the agent's arrival, 7iot his appointment. No 



Duke of Albany's) 

The Gordon Highlanders. 

The Qvieen's Own Cameron Highlanders. 

The Royal Irish Rifles. 

Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers). 

The Connaught Rangers. 

Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers)- 

The Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own). 

The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal 
Canadians). 

The Royal Jlunster Fusiliers. 

The Royal Dublin Fusilier. 

8. The 'loca 
abroad. 

9. The West India Regiment. 

10. The Army Service Corps. 

11. The Royal Army Medical Corps. 

12. The Army Veterinary Corps. 

13. The Royal Malta Artillery. 

14. The West African Regiment. 

15. The Departmental Corps, viz. the 
Ordnance Corps, Army Pay Corps 
Post Office Corps, Corps of Military Mounted 
Police and Corps of Military Foot police. 

The LTnits of the Special Reserve (in order 
of arms as above). 

The Honourable Artillery Company — Terri- 
torial Force. 

18. The Militia (in order of arms as above). 

19. The Territorial Force, except the Honourable 
Artillery Company (in order of arms as above). 

20. The Officers Training Corps. 



superiority is possessed by diplomatic agents 
on extraordinarj' missions, nor in consequence 
of any relations of consanguinity, family alliance, 
or political connexion which may happen to 
subsist between their respective courts. 



Army 
Army 



16. 



17 



CONSULAR PRECEDENCE. 

The following is a statement of the comparative 

ranlc of British Consulab OrricEBs in relation 

to the naval and military services of their own coun- 

compames of Royal Artillery | ^ry, as prescribed by the '"King's Regulations." 

These clo not, however, confer privileges on the 
consuls in their relations with the naval or military 
officers of the foreign country in which they 
happen to reside ; they apply only to the British 
service : — 
Agents and Consuls-General rank with, but 

after, Rear- Admirals ; or Major-Generais. 
Consuls-General rank with, but after. Com- 
modores ; or Brigadier-Generals. 
Consuls rank with, but after. Captains, R.N., of 
3 years' standing ; or Colonels in the Army, 
and before all other Captains, R.N. 
ViCE-CoNSULS rank with, but after, Lieutenants, 
R.N., of 8 years' standing ; or Majors in the 
Army. 
Consular-Agents rank with, but after. Lieu- 
tenants, R.N., and Navigating Lieutenants of 
less than 8 years' standing ; or Captains in the 
Army. 

Among their colleagues at the port of their 
residence, consular officers take rank in accordance 
with the rules prescribed by the Congress of 
Vienna for diplomatic agents, viz. seniority 
according to official title and to priority of 
arrival. [Consuls-General in all cases take pre- 
cedence of Consuls, and Consuls -General in Egypt 
and Zanzibar respectively take precedence of 
all flag officers.] 



CORRESPONDING RANKS IN THE NAVY 
AND ARMY. 
Different ranks in the Navy and Army happen 
to be designated by the same name, though there 
is in truth a wide distinction between them. 
Thus a naval captain is of much higher station 
than a military captain, and so on of others. 
The subjoined is a synopsis of the authorized 
scale of relative rank, as prescribed by an Order 
in Council, but it should be understood that an 
officer of the Navy has no claim to assume the 
command of His Majesty's Land Forces on shore, 
nor can an officer ofithe Army assume the command 
of any of His Majesty's Squadrons or Ships. 

1. Admirals of the Fleet rank with Field- 
Marshals. 

2. Admirals, with Generals. 

3. Vice-Admirals, with Lieutenant-Generals. 

4. Rear-Admirals, with Major-Generals. 

5. Commodores of the 1st and 2nd class, with 
Brigadier-Generals. 

6. Captains of 3 years' seniority, with Colonels. 

7. Captains under 3 years' seniority. Com- 
manders, with Lieut-Colonels, but the latter are 
junior of the Army rank. 

8. Lieutenants of 8 years' seniority, with 
Majors. 

9. Lieutenants imder 8 years' seniority, with 
Captains. 

10. Sub-Lieutenants, with Lieutenants. 

DIPLOMATIC PRECEDENCE. 
Precedence amongst diplomatic agents is regu- 
lated by the 17th Act annexed to ti\e general 
treaty of Congress signed at Vienna, June 9th, 



PRECEDENCE IN SCOTLAND. 

By Royal Warrant dated 9th March, 1905, 
the following scale of precedence in Scotland is 
laid down : — 

The Sovereign. 

The Lord High Commissioner to the General 
Assembly of the Church of Scotland during the 
sitting of the General Assembly. 

Duke of Rothesay. 

Younger sons of the Sovereign. 

Grandsons of the Sovereign. 

Brothers of the Sovereign. 

Uncles of the Sovereign. 

Nephews of the Sovereign.* 



* Lords-Lieutenant of Counties. Lord Provosts o£ 
Cities being ex officio Lords-Lieutenant of Counties ot 
Cities, Sheriffs-Principal during their term of office and 
within the bounds of their respective counties, cities, 
and sheriffdoms, have precedence next after the Royal 
Family and the Lord High Commissioner. Every Lord- 
Lieutenant of a County, and every Lord -Lieutenant of 
a County of a City during liis term of office, and witliin 
the limits of liis jurisdiction, has precedence before the 
Sheriff-Principal having concurrent jurisdiction in the 
said county or county of a city. 



PRECEDENCE 



27 



The Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. 

The Moderator of the General Assembly of 
the Church of Scotland during his term of office. 

The Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland [the 
Secretary for Scotland] (if a Peer). 

The Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland (if a 
Peer). 

The Hereditary High Constable of Scotland. 

The Hereditary Master of the Household in 
Scotland. 

Dukes of England. 

Dukes of Scotland. 

Dukes of Great Britain. 

Dukes of the United Kingdom and Dukes of 
Ireland created since the Union of Great Britain 
and Ireland. 

Eldest sons of Dukes of Blood Royal. 

Marquesses of England. 

Marquesses of Scotland. 

Marquesses of Great Britain. 

Marquesses of the United Kingdom and Mar- 
quesses of Ireland created since the Union of 
Great Britain and Ireland. 

Eldest sons of Dukes. 

Earls of England. 

Earls of Scotland. 

Earls of Great Britain. 

Earls of the United Kingdom and Earls of 
Ireland created since the Union of Great Britain 
and Ireland. 

Younger sons of Dukes of Blood Royal. 

Eldest sons of Marquesses. 

Younger sons of Dukes. 

The Keeper of the Great Seal [the Secretary 
for Scotland] (if not a Peer). 

Tlie Keeper of tlie Privy Seal (if not a Peer). 

The Lord Justice-General. 

The Lord Clerk Register. 

The Lord Adcocate. 

The Lord Justice-Clerk. 

Viscounts of England. 

Viscounts of Scotland. 

Viscounts of Great Britain. 

ViscoLuits of the United Kingdom and Vis- 
counts of Ireland created since the L'nion of 
Great Britain and Ireland. 

Eldest sons of Earls. 

Yomiger sons of Marquesses. 

Barons of England. 

Barons of Scotland. 

Barons of Great Britain. 

Barons of the United Kingdom and Barons of 
Ireland created since the Union of Great Britain 
and Ireland. 

Eldest sons of Viscounts. 

Younger sons of Earls. 

Eldest sons of Barons. 

Knights of the Garter. 

Privy Counsellors. 

Senators of the College of Justice (Lords of 
Session). 

Y^ounger sons of Viscounts. 

Younger sons of Barons. 

Sons of Law Life Peers. 

Baronets. 

Knights of the Thistle. 

Knights of St. Patrick. 

Knights Grand Cross of the Bath. 

Knights Grand Commanders of the Star of 
India. 

Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. 
George. 

Knights Grand Commanders of the Indian 
Empire. 

Knights Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian 
Order. 

Knights Commanders of the Bath. 

Knights Commanders of the Star of India. 

Knights Commanders of St. Michael and St. 
George. 

Knights Commanders of the Indian Empire. 

Knights Commanders of the Royal Victorian 
Order. 

Solicitor-General for Scotland. 



Lyon King of Arms. 

Sheriffs Principal. 

Knights Bachelor. 

Sheriffs-Substitute. 

Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order. 

Companions of the Bath. 

Companions of the Star of India. 

Companions of St. Michael and St. George. 

Companions of the Indian Empire. 

Members of the Fourth Class of the Royal 
Victorian Order. 

Companions of the Distinguished Service Order. 

Members of the Imperial Service Order. 

Eldest sons of younger sons of Peers. 

Eldest sons of Baronets. 

Eldest sons of Knights of the Garter, of the 
Thistle, and of St. Patrick. 

Eldest sons of Knights. 

Members of the Fifth ;Clas3 of the Royal Vic- 
torian Order. 

Younger sons 'of Baronets. 

Younger sons of Knights. 

King's Counsel. 

Esquires. 

Gentlemen. 

PRECEDENCE IN IRELAND. 

The rules of precedence, observed at "jHis 
Majesty's Castle of Dublin " differ slightly from 
those which prevail in England. There are 
several official jDersons, moreover, with an estab- 
lished precedence in Ireland, who do not corre- 
spond exactly to any English functionary and 
who liave in England no recognized position. 
But in the majority of instances, the general 
rules already laid down, apply equally to both 
countries. The differences, however, will be 
seen from the following reprint of the scale pub- 
I lished on January 2nd, 1897 (with subsequent 
alterations), by command of the Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland : — 

1. The Sovereign. 

2. The Lord-Lieutenant [of Ireland]. 

3. The Prince of Wales. 

4. Sons of the Sovereign. 

5. Grandsons of the Sovereign. 

6. Brothers of the Sovereign. 

7. Uncles of the Sovereign. 

8. Nephews of the Sovereign. 

9. [Ambassadors.] 

10. The Lord Mayor of Dublin [only within 

the precincts of the City of Dublin]. 

11. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of 

all England. 

12. The Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. 

13. The Archbishop of York, Primate of Eng- 

land. 

14. The Archbishops of Armagh. 

15. The Lord Chancellor of Ireland (if a Peer). 

16. The Archbishops of Dublin. 

17. The Moderator of the General Assembly of 

the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. 

18. The Lord Chancellor of Ireland (not being 

a Peer). 

19. The Lord High Treasurer. 

20. The Lord President of the Privy Council, 

being a Baron, or higher in decrree. 

21. The Lord Privy Seal if a Baron, or higher 

in degree. 

22. The Lord Great Chamberlain. 

23. The Lord High Constable. 

24. The Earl Marshal. 

25. The Lord High Admiral. 

26. The Lord Steward of the Household. 

27. The Lord Chamberlain of the Household. 

28. The Hereditary Seneschal (Lord High 

Steward) of Ireland, the Earl of Shrews- 
bury and Waterford. 
[22-28 — Above all Peers of their own degree.] 

29. Dukes of England. 

30. Dukes of Scotland. 

31. Dukes of Great Britain. 

32. Dukes of Ireland. 



28 



PRECEDENCE 



according to their 



55. 
56. 

57. 



33. Dukes of the United Kingdom and Dukes 

of Ireland, created since the Union, 
according to their patents. 

34. Eldest sons of Dukes of the Blood Royal. 

35. [Foreign Ministers and Envoys.] 

36. Marquesses of England. 

37. ^Marquesses of Scotland. 

38. Marquesses of Great Britain. 

39. Marquesses of Ireland. 

40. ]\Iarquesses of the United Kingdom and 

Marquesses of Ireland, created since the 
Union, according to their patents 

41. Eldest sons of Dukes 

fathers' precedence. 

42. Earls of England. 

43. Earls of Scotland. 

44. Earls of Great Britain. 

45. Earls of Ireland. 

46. Earls of the United Kingdom, and Earls 

of Ireland, created since the Union, accord- 
ing to their patents. 

47. Younger sons of Dukes of the Blood Royal. 

48. Eldest sons of Marquesses, according to 

their fathers' precedence. 

49. Younger sons of Dukes. 

50. Viscounts of England. 

5 1. Viscounts of Scotland. 

52. Viscounts of Great Britain. 

53. Viscounts of Ireland. 

54. Viscounts of the United Kingdom and Vis- 

counts of Ireland, created since the Union, 
according to their patents. 

Eldest sons of Earls. 

Younger sons of Marquesses. 

Bishops of London, Durham, and Win- 
chester. 

58. All other English Bishops, according to 

seniority of consecration. 

59. Irish Bishops. 

60. Secretary of State, and Chief Secretary 

to the Lord-Lieutenant, if a Baron. 
6L Barons of England. ' 

62. Barons of Scotland. 

63. Barons of Great Britain. 

64. Barons of Ireland. 

65. Barons of the United Kingdom and Barons 

of Ireland, created since the Union, accord- 
ing to their patents, and Lords of Appeal 
in Ordinary. 

Speaker of the House of Commons. 

Commissioners of the Great Seal of Eng- 
land. 

68. Treasurer of the Sovereign's Household. 

69. Comptroller of the Sovereign's Household. 

70. blaster of the Horse to the Sovereign. 

7L Vice-Chamberlain of the Sovereign's House- 
hold. 

72. Secretary of State, and Chief Secretary to 

the Lord- Lieutenant if under the degree 
of a Baron. 

73. Eldest sons of Viscounts. 

74. Younger sons of Earls. 

75. Eldest sons of Barons. 
Knights of the Garter. 
Knights of the Thistle. 
Knights of St. Patrick. 
Privy-Counsellors. [The General Oflicer 

Commanding the Forces in Ireland and 
the Attorney-General of Ireland (unless 
of higher personal rank) have this prece- 
dence, being always Privy Counsellors, 
and ranking, as such, according to the 
dates of their being sworn in.] 

Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the 
Exchequer. 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. 

The Lord Chief Justice. 

The Master of the Rolls. 

The Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. 

The Lords Justices of Appeal. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 

The Judges of the High Court of Justice, 
King's Bench Division. 

The Judicial Commissioner of the Irish 



66. 

67. 



77. 
78. 
79. 



80. 

8L 
82. 
83. 
84. 
85. 



Land Commission, being a Judge of the 
High Court of Justice. 

89. The Land Judges of the Chancery Division, 

High Court of Justice. 
87-89 — Take rank among themselves accord- 
ing to seniority of appointment. 

90. Knights Banneret made imder the Royal 

Banner in open War. 
9L Younger sons of Viscounts. 

92. Younger sons of Barons. 

93. Sons of Lords of Appeal in Ordinary. ■ 

94. Baronets, according to the dates of their i 

patents. 

95. Knights Grand Cross of the Bath. 

96. Knights Grand Commanders of the Star 

of India. 

97. Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. 

George. 

98. Knights Grand Commanders of the Indian 

Empire. 

99. Knights Grand Cross of the Royal Vic- 

torian Order. 
100. Knights Commanders of the Bath. 
lOL Knights Commanders of the Star of India. 

102. Knights Commanders of St. Michael and St. 

George. 

103. Knights Commanders of the Indian Empire. 

104. Knights Commanders of the Royal Victorian. 

Order. 

105. Knights Bachelors. 

106. Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order. 

107. The Attorney-General. 

108. The Solicitor-General, 

109. The Serjeants at Law. 

110. Judges of County Courts. 

111. Companions of the Bath. 

112. Companions of the Star of India. 

113. Companions of St. Michael and St. George. 

114. Companions of the Indian Empire. 

115. ^Members of the Fourth Class Royal Vic- 

torian Order. 

116. Companions of the Distinguished Service 

Order. 
116a. Companions of the Imperial Service Order, 

117. Eldest Sons of the Younger Sons of Peers. 

118. Eldest Sons of Baronets. 

119. Eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter, of, 

the Thistle, and of St. Patrick. 

120. Eldest sons of Knights Bannerets. 

121. Eldest sons of Knights. 

122. Members of the Fifth Class Roj'al Victoi-ian 

Order. 

123. Younger sons of Baronets. 

124. Younger sons of Knights. 

125. The Under Secretary to the Lord-Lieu- 

tenant. 

126. The Provost of Trinity College. 

127. Esquires. 

128. Gentlemen. 

Persons filling any of the above offices [and] 
having higher personal rank, will have that 
pi'ecedence [which is attached to the latter]. 

In the year 1849, on the occasion of Queeni 
Victoria's visit to Ireland, a place was assigned 
to the Roman Catholic Primate and to the Romani 
Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, next after andi 
below the Archbishops of the then Established" 
Church, and in 1902 precedence was granted to 
the Moderator of the General Assembly of the 
Presbyterian Church in Ireland along with Arch- 
bishops according to date of election. 

By the enactments of the Irish Church Act,' 
section 13, it is provided that every Irish Arch- 
bishop, etc., then living should, during his life, 
enjoy the same title and precedence as previously. 

A further order, issued in 1885, declares that 
all the prelates of the Roman Catholic Church in 
Ireland are to rank inter se, according to dates 
of consecration or translation, with prelates of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church in Ireland, 
who are to have the precedence which belonged 
to prelates of the Established Church of Ireland 
before the passing of the Irish Church Act, 1869* 

The orders and the degrees of Orders of Knight* 



PRECEDENCE 



hood instituted since tlie piiblication of the 
above scale, will, of course, take precedence as in 
the General Table. 



PRECEDENCE IN INDIA. 

The Royal Warrant by which precedence is 
now regulated in British India, bears date 
December 10th, 1898, and was issued to svipersede 
all other tables of precedence previously pre- 
scribed. 

The comparative rank of officers of the Navy 
and Army is the same in India as it had always 
been in the Eiiropean dominions of His Majesty 
(for the detail of which the reader is referred to 
the table on that subject) ; therefore, all officers 
-not mentioned in the subjoined table, whose 
rank, is regulated by comparison with rank in 
the Army, enjoy the same rank with reference to 
civil servants as is enjoyed by military officers 
of equal grades. All other persons, not mentioned 
in the following table, take rank according to 
general usage, the Governor-General in Council 
determining all disputes. 

Precedence amongst women is regulated by 
the official, not the hereditary or personal rank 
of their husbands, with the exception of Peers' 
wives, and of ladies possessing precedence in 
England independently of their husbands, pro- 
vided this be not below tlie daughters of Barons. 
Such ladies rank according to English rules inter 
se, and follow immediatelt/ after the wives of 
memhers of council at the presidencies in India. 

1. Governor-General and Viceroy of India. 

2. Governors of Madras and Bombay. 

3. President of the Council of the Governor- 

General. 

4. Lieutenant-Governor, when in his own 

territories. 

5. Commander-in-Chief in India. 

6. Lieutenant-Governor. 

7. Chief Justice of Bengal. 

8. Bishop of Calcvitta,, Metropolitan of India. 

9. Ordinary Members of the Council of the 

Governor-General. 

10. Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Naval 

Forces in the East Indies. 

11. Chief Justice of a High Court other than 

that of Bengal. 

12. Bishops of Madras and Bombay. 

13. Ordinary Members of Council in Madras 

and Bombay. 

14. Lieutenant-Generals Commanding the 

Forces, Piuijab, Bengal, Madras, and 
Bombay. 

15. Chief Commissioners of the Central Prov- 

inces and Assam, Residents at Hyder- 
abad and in Mysore, and Agents to the 
Governor-General in Rajputana, Central 
India, and Baluchistan. 

1 6. Puisne Judges of a High Court. 

17. Chief .ludge of a Chief Court. 

18. Military Officers above the rank of Major- 

General. 

19. Additional Members of the Council of the 

Governor-General for making Laws and 
Regulations. 

20. Bishops of Lahore, Rangoon, and Luck- 

now. 

21. Secretaries to the Government of India. 

and Joint Secretary to the Government 
of India in the Public Works Department. 

22. Commissioner in Sind. 

23. Jtidges of a Chief Coui't, Recorder of Ran- 

goon and Judicial Commissioners, Burma. 

24. Chief Secretaries to the Governments of 

Madras and Bombay. 

25. Major-Generals, Members of a Board of 

Revenue, Commissionei-s of Revenue 
and Customs, Bombay ; and Financial 
Commissioners, Punjab and Burma. 

26. Judicial Commissioners, including Addi- 

tional Judicial Commissioners of Oudh, 
the Central Provinces, and Sind. 



27. Additional Members of the Councils of the 

Governors of Madras and Bombay for 
making Laws and Regulations. Members of 
the Legislative Council of a Lieutenant- 
Governor. 

28. Vice-Chancellors of Indian Universities. 

FIRST CLASS. 

29. Members of the Indian Civil Service of 30 

years' standing. 

30. Advocate-General, Calcutta. 

31. Comptroller and Auditor-General. 

32. Commissioners of Divisions, the Superin- 

tendent of Port Blair, and Residents, 
Political Agents, and Superintendents 
drawing Rs. 2000 a month and upwards 
(not being Collectors or Deputy Commis- 
sioners of British Districts), within their 
respective charges. 

33. Chief Secretaries to Local Governments 

other than those of Madras and Bombay. 

34. Surveyor-General of India, Directors-General 

of the Post Office, of Telegraphs in India 
and of Railways, Chief Engineers, First 
Class ; and the Directors of Railway Con- 
struction and Railway Traffic, Account- 
ants-General, Military and Public Works 
Departments ; Director, Royal Indian 
Marine ; and Manager, North -Western 
Railway. 

35. Bishops (not territorial) under licence from 

the Crown. 

36. Archdeacons of Calcutta, Madras, and 

Bombay. 

37. Brigadiers-General. 

38. Commissioners of Divisions. 

39. Commissioner of Northern India Salt 

Revenue ; and Opium Agents, Benares 
and Bihar. 

40. Secretaries and Joint Secretaries to Local 

Governments, and Private Secretary to 
the Viceroy. 

SECOND CLASS. 

41. Members of the Indian Civil Service of 23 

years' standing and Colonels. 

42. Military Secretary to the Viceroy. 

43. Judicial Commissioners of the Hyderabad 

Assigned Districts and Baluchistan ; the 
Superintendent of Port Blair ; Residents, 
Political Agents, and Superintendents 
drawing Rs. 2000 a month and upwards (not 
being Collectors or Deputy Commissioners 
of British Districts). 

44. Inspector-General of Forests in India, 

Director of the Geological Survey, and 
Director-General of Education in India. 

45. Standing Counsel to the Government of 

India. 

46. Directors of Public Instruction, and 

Inspectors-General of Police and Prisons 
under Local Governments ; and Account- 
ants-General. 

47. Survey Commissioner and Director of Land 

Records and Agricvilture, Bombay ; Com- 
missioners of Settlements ; and Con- 
trollers of Military Accounts. 

48. Chief or Senior Civil Secretary to a Local 

Administration. 

49. Chief Engineers, second and third classes ; 

Deputy Surveyor-General : Deputy Direc- 
tor-General of Telegraphs in India : and 
Director-in-Chief, Indo-European Tele- 
graph Department. 

50. Divisional, and District and Sessions Judges, 

Collectors and Magistrates of Districts ; 
Deputy Commissioners of Districts ; Deputy 
Superintendent of Port Blair ; and the Chief 
Officer of each Presidency Municipality, 
within their respective charges. 

51. Archdeacons of Lahore, Lucknow, and Ran- 

goon. 

52. Deputy Secretaries to the Government of 

India. 



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PRECEDENCE 



53. The Senior Chaplains of the Church of Scot- 

land in Bengal, Madras, and Bombay. 

54. Remembrancers of Legal Affairs and 

Government Advocates under Local Gov- 
ernments. 

55. Officers in the First Class Graded List of 

Civil Offices not reserved for Members of 
the Indian Civil Service. 



56. 



59. 
60. 



61. 

62. 

63. 
64. 
65. 
66. 



67. 



68. 



69. 



7L 



74. 



THIRD CLASS. 

Members of the Indian Civil Service of 18 
years' standing ; and Lieutenant-Colonels. 

The Deputy Director, Royal Indian Marine. 

The Assistant Director, Royal _ Indian 
Marine. 

Commanders and Inspectors of Machinery, 
Royal Indian ]\Iarine. 

Political Agents and Superintendents draw- 
ing less than Rs. 2000 a month (not being 
Collectors or Deputy Commissioners of 
British Districts), within their own charges. 

Secretaries to Local Administrations, other 
than those already specified. 

Consvilting Engineers to the Government 
of India for Railways. 

Private Secretaries to Governors. 

Military Secretaries to Governors. 

Administrators-General. 

Sanitary Commissioners under Local Govern- 
ments ; Post-Masters-General ; the Comp- 
troller, Post Office ; and Conservators of 
Forests, first grade. 

Directors of Public Instruction and Inspee- 
tors-CTeneral of Police and Prisons under 
Local Administrations, and Comptrollers 
and Deputy Auditors-General. 

Managers of State Railvva^ys other than 
the Xorth-Western Railway ; Chairman 
of the Port Tru^t, Bombay ; and Chair- 
man of the Port Tru^t. Calcutta. 

Vice-Chairman of the Port Trust. Calcutta; 
Directors of Traffic and Construction, 
Indian Telegraj^h Department ; Exam- 
iners of Accounts, Pviblic Works De- 
partment, first class ; Officers of the 
Superior Revenue Establishment of State 
Railways, first class, first grade ; Super- 
intending Engineers, Public Works De- 
partment, first class ; Superintendents of the 
Survey of India Department, first grade. 

Inspectors-General of Registration and 
Directors of Land Records and Agricul- 
ture, under Local Governments. 

Senior Chaplains other than those already 
specified. 

Sheriffs within their own charges. 

Officers in the Second Class Graded List of 
Civil Offices not reserved for Members of 
the Indian Civil Service. 

FOURTH CLASS. 



Members of the Indian Civil Service of 12 
years' standing, and Majors. 

75. Lieutenants of over 8 years' standing, and 

Chief Engineers of the Royal Indian 
Marine. 

76. Government Solicitors. 

77. Inspectors -General of Registration, Sani- 

tary Commissioners and Directors of Land 
Records and Agriculture under Local 
Administrations. 

78. Olficers in the Third Class Graded List of 

Civil Offices not reserved for Members 

of the Indian Civil Service. 
Among the results of this as well as previous 
warrants are two, peculiar to India. The wives 
of Bishops, etc., have equal rank with their 
husbands ; and the wives of Baronets or Knights 
of Orders have no rank whatever, although they 
are persons of title, unless their husbands hold 
an office of some kind, and even then thej^ must 
take rank according to that office. 



PRECEDENCE IN CANADA. 
In the year 1868 official precedence in Canada 
was defined to be according to the following order, 
and was communicated to the then Governor- 
General, Lord Monck, by the Secretary of State 
for the Colonies, as approved by the Queen, and 
to be observed within the Dominion, then newly 
constituted: — 

1. The Governor-General. 

2. The Commander of the Troops within the 

Dominion, if a General, and the Commander 
of the Naval Forces on the North American 
Station, if an Admiral, their own relative 
rank to be determined by the Queen's 
Regulations. 

3. The Lieutenant-Governors of Ontario, 

Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brimswick. 

4. The Archbishops and Bishops of each Com- 

mimion, according to seniority of consecra- 
tion, and without regard to any titular 
distinction. 

5. The members of the Cabinet, according to 

seniority. 

6. The Speaker of the Senate. 

7. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of 

Canada. 

8. The Chief Judges of the Courts of Law and 

Equity, according to seniority. 

9. Privy Cotmsellors, who are not members of 

the Cabinet. 
General Officers serving in the Dominion, 

and Admirals serving on the Station, not 

being in the chief command. 
Other Officers commanding in the Dominion, 

or on the Station, 

12. Members of the Senate. 

13. The Speaker of the House of Commons. 

14. Puisne Judges of the Supreme Court, accord- 
ing to seniorit,v. 

Puisne Judges of the Cottrts of Law and 
Equity, according to seniority. Retired 
Judges take precedence next after active 
Judges of their respective Courts. 

Members of the House of Commons. 

Members of the Executive Cotmcil (Pro- 
vincial) within the Province. 

18. Speaker of the Legislative Council within 

his province. 

19. Members of the Legislative Council. 

20. Speaker of Legislative Assembly. 

21. Members of Legislative Assembly within 

their province. 



10. 



11. 



15. 



16. 
17. 



PRECEDENCE AMONGST LADIES. 

The rank of married women is derived from 
and corresponds to that of their husbands ; but 
this rule admits of many exceptions, of which the 
following may be enumerated : — 

A woman noble by hirth does not lose her rank 
if she marries a commoner ; but it is otherwise 
should she marry a peer, for then her precedence 
is regulated by that of her husband. Although 
daughters of dukes and marquises take place 
above the wives of barons, yet the daughter of 
the premier duke of England would ^inlc to the 
rank of a baroness if she married a baron ; if, 
however, she married a lord by cotirtesy, or any 
other commoner, or a bishop, her rank, prece- 
dence, and title would remain unchanged. The 
widow of a peer, baronet, or knight, may retain 
her title notwithstanding a second marriage ; 
but in the case of the first and last mentioned, 
she does so only by courtesy ; and strictly speak- 
ing, loses her precedence : it is, therefore, only 
those noble by birth who come within the limits 
of these observations. Nevertheless the widow 
of a peer marrying another peer as a 2nd husband 
(say a duchess dowager marrying a baron) retains 
the title and precedence springing from the first 
husband, and is still a duchess, marchioness, etc., 
as the case may be ; for in this respect all the 
nobility are pares, and therefore such a second 



PRECEDENCE 



31 



marriage is no degradation. (Blackstone, 1.401 ; 
Coke, 2 Inst. 50.) 

The widow of a baronet by a provision in a 
baronet's patent, however, enjoys her precedence 
for life, and by the same authority the widows of 
the eldest and younger sons of baronets retain 
for their own Hves the precedence they gained 
by marriage. 

That the official precedence of the husband is 
not communicable to the wife, forms the next 
exception ; yet this, though all but universal, 
has its own limitations ; for in India the reverse 
is almost wholly the rule of ladies' precedence ; 
and even in this country, the wife of a lord mayor, 
of the Lord -Lieutenant of Ireland, has 
a precedence derived from hoi" husband's office. 

The next exception is that of a married woman, 
who happens to be a peeress in her own right. 
She may through her husband hold a higher rank 
than that which belongs to her birth ; but she 
does not lose her hereditary rank by one or more 
marriages, or by widowhood. 

It is a general rule, that before marriage women 
have no titles or precedence otherwise than 
through their fathers ; but, as stated above, their 
paternal distinctions cease if they marry peers, 
unless they should actually inherit a peerage. 
Several ranlvs intervene between the eldest and 
the other sons of the same father, but with the 
daughters it is otherwise ; they, in point of prece- 
dence, are as one unbroken series, ranking amongst 
each other according to seniority, the eldest 
coming next to the wife of the eldest son (during 
the life of his father) ; and all of them several 
degrees above any of the wives of their yovmger 
brethren, provided those wives enjoy no distinc- 
tions by birth. 

It is another general rule, that precedence 
acquired by marriage is never lost by the forfeiture 
of the husband. Thus, an earl may be attainted, 
but his wife remains a countess. 

It is also a rule, that the rank enjoj'ed by a 
woman in her own rigiit is incommunicable to her 
husband. 

The foregoing statements are given as intro- 
ductory to the subjoined table, without which a 
complete view of the rules affecting female jDrece- 
dence could not have been presented. The author- 
ities on which this table has been arranged are 
not repeated here, having been already set forth 
in the general table of male precedence. 

1. The Wife of the Sovereign. 

2. The Queen Dowager. 

3. The Princess Victoria ("Mary"). 

4. The Princess Royal. 

[5. Wives of the Sovereign's younger sons accord- 
ing to the seniority of their husbands. 
6. Granddaughters of the Sovereign accoi'ding- 

to the seniority of their parents. 
7.. Wives of the sovereign's grandsons accord- 
ing to the seniority of their husbands.] 
8. Sisters of the Sovereign. 
[9. Wives of the Sovereign's brothers.] 

10. Aunts of the Sovereign. 

11. Wives of the Sovei-eign's uncles. 

12. Nieces of the Sovereign. 

13. Wives of the Sovereign's nephews. 

14. Duchesses of England. 

15. Duchesses of Scotland. 

16. Duchesses of Great Britain. 

17. Duchesses of Ireland. 

18. Duchesses of the United Kingdom and 

Dvichesses of Ireland of titles created since 
the Union of Great Britain and Ireland. 

19. Wives of the eldest sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Royal. 

20. Marchionesses subject to the same classi- 

fications as those already enumerated for 
Duchesses. 

21. Wives of the eldest sons of Dukes. 

22. Daughters of Dukes while unmarried, or 

when married to commoners ; of course 
taking rank amongst each other imder 



the rules which regulate their father's 
precedence. 

23. Countesses of England. 

24. Countesses of Scotland. 

25. Countesses of Great Britain. 

26. Countesses of Ireland (before the Union ). 

27. Countesses of the United Kingdom, includ- 

ing those Countesses of Ireland whose 
titles were created subsequent to the Union. 

28. Wives of the younger sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Royal. 

29. Wives of the eldest sons of Marquesses. 

30. Daughters of Marquesses, taking precedence 

amongst each other in conformity with the 
rule which applies to the daughters of Dukes. 

31. Wives of the yoiuiger sons of Dukes. 

32. Viscoimtesses, subdivided in the same 

manner as Countesses. 

33. Wives of the eldest sons of Earls. 

34. Daughters of Earls. 

35. Wives of the younger sons of Marquesses. 

36. Baronesses, subdivided in the same manner 

as countesses. 

37. Wives of the eldest sons of Viscounts. 

38. Daughters of Viscounts. 

39. Wives of the younger sons of Earls. 

40. Wives of the eldest sons of Barons. 

41. Daughters of Barons. 

42. Maids of Honour (who bear the title of 

"Honourable" for life). 

43. Wives of Knights of the Garter. 

44. Wives of Bannerets made by the King in 

person. 

45. Wives of the younger sons of Viscounts. 

46. Wives of the younger sons of Barons. 

47. Daughters of Life Peers. 

48. Wives of the sons of Life Peers. 

49. Wives of Baronets. 

50. Wives of Knights of the Thistle. 

51. Wives of Knights of St. Patrick. 

52. Wives of Bannerets not made by the King 

in person. 

53. Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the Bath. 

54. Wives of Knights Grand Commander of the 

Star of India. 

55. Wives of Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael 

and St. George. 

56. Wives of Knights Grand Commander of the 

Indian Empire. 

57. Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
68. Wives of Knights Commander of the Bath. 

59. Wives of Knights Commander of the Star 

of India. 

60. Wives of Knights Commander of St. Michael 

and St. George. 

61. Wives of Knights Commander of the Indian 

Empire. 

62. Wives of Knights Comniander of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 

63. Wives of Knights Bachelor. 

64. Wives of the Commanders of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 

65. Wives of Companions of the Bath. 

66. Wives of Companions of the Star of India. 

67. Wives of Companions of St. Michael and St. 

George. 

68. Wives of the Companions of the Indian 

Empire. 
68a. Wives of Members of the Royal Victorian 
Order (4th class). 

69. Wives of Companions of the Distinguished 

Service Order. 

70. Wives of Companions of Imperial Service 

Order. 

71. Wives of the eldest sons of the younger sons 

of Peers. 

72. Daughters of the younger sons of Peers. 

73. Wives of the eldest sons of Baronets. 

74. Daughters of Baronets. 

75. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights of the 

Garter. 

76. Daughters of Knights of the Garter. 



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PRECEDENCE 



77. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Ban- 

neret. 

78. Daughters of Knights Banneret. 

79. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of the Bath. 

80. M^ives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

Commander of the Star of India. 

81. Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the 

Bath. 

82. Daughters of Knights Grand Commander of 

the Star of India. 

83. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of St. Michael and St. George. 

84. Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of St. 

Michael and St. George. 

85. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

Commander of the Indian Empire. 

86. Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the 

Indian Empire. 

87. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of the Royal Victorian Order. 

88. Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the 

Royal Victorian Order. 
89 Wives of the eldest sons of Knight-Comman- 
der of the Bath. 

90. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Com- 

mander of the Star of India. 

91. Daughters of Knights Commander of the 

Bath. 

92. Daughters of Knights Commander of the 

Star of India. 

93. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Com- 

mander of St. Michael and St. George. 

94. Daughters of Knights Commander of St. 

Michael and St. George. 

95. Wives of Knights Commander of the Indian 

Empire. 

96. Daughters of Knights Commander of the 

Indian Empire. 

97. Wives of Knights Commander of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 

98. Daughters of Knights Commander of the 

Royal Victorian Order. 

99. Wives of Commanders of the Royal Vic- 

torian Order. 

100. Daughters of Commanders of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 

101. Wives of the eldest sons of Knights Bach- 

elor. 
101a. Wives of Members of the Royal Victorian 
Order (5th class). 

102. Daughters of Knights Bachelor. 

103. Wives of the younger sons of Peers' younger 

sons. 

104. Wives of the younger sons of Baronets. 

105. Wives of Escjuires. 

106. Wives of younger sons of Knights of the 

Garter. 

107. Wives of younger sons of Knights Banneret. 

108. Wives of younger sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of the Bath. 

109. Wives of younger sons of Knights Grand 

Commander of the Star of India. 

110. Wives of the younger sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of St. Michael and St. George. 

111. Wives of the younger sons of Knights Grand 

Commander of the Indian Empire. 

112. Wives of yovmger sons of Knights Grand 

Cross of the Royal Victorian Order. 

113. Wives of the younger sons of Knights Com- 

mander of the Bath. 

114. Wives of younger sons of Knights Com- 

mander of the Star of India. 

115. Wives of the younger sons of Knights Com- 

mander of St. Michael and St. George. 

116. Wives of the younger sons of Knights Com- 

mander of the Indian Empire. 



117 



118. 



119. 



Wives of the]younger sons of Knights Com- 
mander of the Royal Victorian Order. 

Wives of the younger sons of Comnaanders 
of the Royal Victorian Order. 

Wives of younger sons of Knights Bachelor.. 



LOCAL PRECEDENCE. 

By Warrant dated 18th February, 1904, as 
regards England and Wales, and by a subsequent 
Warrant in the same year as regards Ireland, His 
Majesty has declared that the Lord-Lieutenant 
of a County or Division of a County shall " dur- 
ing his term of office, and within the limits of his 
jurisdiction, have on all occasions place, pre- 
eminence, and precedence before the Sheriff 
having concurrent jurisdiction in the said County." 
(Similar provision is incorporated in the Scale of 
Precedence laid down for Scotland by Royal' 
Warrant in 1905.) 

By long-established precedent the Mayor, or 
in Scotland, the Provost, of any Town or City 
when within the limits of his j lu-isdiction, and 
when present in his official capacity, takes prece- 
dence of everybody., except members of the Royal 
Family. 



PRECEDENCE OF FOREIGNERS IN 
ENGLAND 

No foreigners wliatever are entitled to precedence 
in this country, excejat they be members of th© 
diplomatic body ; but all foreigners enjoy 6y 
courtesy some share of distinction in mixed society. 
Mere hospitality to strangers is the foundation 
of this ; but no rule or principle can be established 
on any titular analogies between foreign and 
English dignities : the cadets of families abroad 
often bear the titles of Prince, Dulce, Covuit, or 
Baron, and occasionally receive in British society, 
on the strength of a mere nominal honour and ita 
analogies, a place to which thej^ are in no respect 
entitled. A foreign count is often really of lower 
position than an English country gentleman, and 
his wife is no countess in the English sense of that 
word. Each case requires to be investigated ; 
and when the foreigner is found to be the head of a 
family in possession of its titular honours, the 
custom is to yield him the precedence enjoyed by 
envoys, viz. after dukes. It has long been the 
practice to yield to ambassadors and their wives 
the most distinguished jjlace in society, and even 
the uncles or aunts of a sovereign, who are not 
themselves children of a king, have been required 
to yield the place to this high diplomatic char- 
acter. Ambassadors are allowed at the Palace 
to precede all the peerage, and envoys to precede 
marquesses. But the extreme limit of hospitable 
courtesy is exceeded when ordinary titled for- 
eigners, being heads of families, are allowed a 
higher place than envoys, and the cadets of foreign 
families possessed of titles have no claim to 
precede any British peer. 

British subjects in possession of foreign titles 
by purchase of land or otherwise, have no right 
to precedence here on the strength of their foreign 
dignities ; and with respect to all genuine for- 
eigners, it is essential that their position in the 
land of their birth should be investigated before 
they are honoured with the place or precedence 
attached by law to British subjects. The ana- 
logies derived from that position, and not the 
nominal resemblances between their titles and 
ours, are the foundation of such rank as is yielded 
to distinguished foreginers at the court of the King. 



NOTES ON THE INFERIOR TITLES 
OF LIVING PEERS 



Every existing inferior title, whether borne by 
an eldest son or not, provided it differ in name 
from the siiperior title, will be found in its alpha- 
betical position, with a reference to the head under 
which further particulars may be discovered ; 
tJiis will be found to answer, by a single search, 
all the questions for which the reader was pre- 
viously in the habit of consulting a variety of 
lists — as of second titles — of Peers sitting in the 
House of Lords by one title and commonly 
addressed by another, etc. 

Before this Index was added to the other 
contents of the volume of 1851, it was impossible, 
in any work relating to the Peerage, to ascertain 
why and how some hundreds of well-known titles 
had disappeared. A few readers might imagine 
that they were extinct ; others might conjecture 
that they had merged in higher honours. But 
by ichat superior titles they had been eclipsed, 
or u-here they were now to be found, no book 
could tell. Readers had asked themselves, " What 
has become of the Earl of Beverley ? " No such 
name was to be found in the latest Peerage books. 
" Where is the Earl of Burlington, where the Earl 
of Mornington, Lord Seymour, Lord Panmure, 
Lord Glenlyon, Lord Barham, Lord King, Lord 
Oriel, Lord Ferrard, and other well-remembered 
persons ? " Sometimes the courtesy titles borne 
by eldest sons might be expected to assist the 
reader in these difficulties. But they would help 
lim in none of the instances above-mentioned, 
lor in a multitude of analogous cases, for peers 
3f high degree often enjoy sixteen or seventeen 
nferior titles, while only one becomes known 
hrough the medium of an eldest son : — thus, the 
Duke of Atholl has 19 ; the Duke of Argyll, 17 ; 
he Duke of Hamilton, 16 ; the Marquess of Bute, 
15 ; the Duke of Buceleuch 15 ; the Duke of Aber- 
■orn and the Marquess of Lansdowne, each 12 ; 
he Marquesses of Huntly and Lothian, each 
1 1 ; the Duke of Montrose and the Earl of Wemyss, 
■ach 10 ; the Duke of Beaufort, 9 ; while smaller 
lumbers occur in profusion throughout the Peer- 
ige. Nor can it be forgotten, that in the case of 
dl Viscounts and Barons, the inferior or additional 
lonovirs vested in them are never borne as cour- 
esy titles by their issue. And even amongst 
he second titles actually used by eldest sons no 
•ertainty exists ; thus the heir apparent of the 
jansdowne family in alternate generations is 
tyled Earl of Kerry ; and then the well-known 
itle of Shelburne disappears from view : an eldest 
ion of the Marquess of Lothian has been calledLord 
ledburgh instead of Earl of Ancrum, and there 
ire upwards of twenty Peers whose heirs apparent 
)r grandsons use titles which have no existence 
vhatever amongst the family honours, or are 
mly derived from these by indirect course or 
:ome modification of the real title, such as occurs 
n the cases of Lord Mahon, Lord Inverurie, Lord 
Trafalgar, Lord Corry, Lord Bingham, Lord Bertie, 
^ord Crichton, Lord Bennet, etc. Furthermore, 
nany peers happen to have no male issue to enjoy 
hese courtesy distinctions. At present nearly one 
lundred Peers are in this state without sons, a 
lumber which is more than one-third of the whole 
lody possessed of the privilege ; for it does not 
xtend below the rank of Earl. 

In these and a multiplicity of other cases, there- 
ore, the reader was left in total ignorance respect- 
ng the fate of some of the most famous names in 
nistory. They were to be found neither amongst 
xtinct nor existing titles. 

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In the creation of new Peers, also, it was 
frequently important to ascertain with facility 
whether or not the title selected was already in 
the possession of another as a subordinate desig- 
nation ; but such a search was scarcely possible 
to any but professional genealogists, and, even 
to them, only after great trouble and a lengthened 
investigation. Thus, in all probability, it was 
not extensively known in 1838, when Lord Methuen 
was raised to the Peerage, that there was already 
a Baron Methuen in the person of the Duke of 
Richmond ; nor were the public very generally 
aware in 1839, when Lord Monteagle received 
his title, that there was already a Barony of 
Monteagle in the possession of the Marquess of 
Sligo. 

The curious reader may observe in casting his 
eye over this list, that the following are the only 
English Counties at present unapproiDriated as 
titles : — 



Dorset, 
Gloucester, 
Hampshire, 
Middlesex, 



Monmouth, 
Oxford, and 
Shropshire. 



also un- 



The following important places are 

appropriated : — 

Brighton, London, 

Cheltenham, Norwich, 

Croydon, Oldham, 

Greenwich, The Isle of Thanet, 

Lambeth, The Isle of Wight. 
The following Scotch Counties are in the same 

state : — 



Banff. 

Clackmannan, 
Dumbarton, 
Forfar, 

Two Welsh Counties 
Merioneth : and, finally. 
Clare, 

King's County, 
Monaghan, 



Kirkcudbright, 
Stirling, and 
Wigtown. 

are vacant — Flint and 
the Irish Counties of 
Queen's County, 
Roscommon, and 
Wexford, 



are likewise unoccupied as titular designations. 
To this enumeration it may be added, that 
there are many instances of the same title being 
held by different persons at once ; thus there are 
several — 

Lords Boyle, Lords Hill, 

Lords Bruce, Lords Howard, 

Lords Douglas, Lords Montagu, 

Lords Grey, Lords Murray, 

Lords Hamilton, Lords Stewart or 

Lords Hay, Stuart, etc.. 

Lords Herbert, 

together with duplicates in abundance and many 

resemblances, such as — 

An Earl Amherst and a Baroness Amherst, 
An Earl of Bandon and a Baron of Bandon 

Bridge, 
An Earl of Berkeley and a Barone-^s Berkeley, 
A Bowmont and a Beaumont. 
A Camden and a Campden, 
An Earl of Desart and an Earl of Dysart, 
A Duke of De\onsliire and an Earl of Devon, 
A Ferrers and a Ferrard, 
A Gillford and a Guilford. 
An Inverurie and an Inverary, 
A Baron Jedburgh and a Baron of Jedburgh- 
Forest, 



NOTES ON THE INFERIOR TITLES 



31 



A Kinloss and a Kinross, ,. i „f 

A Marquess of Lincolnshire and an Larl ot 

Lincoln, 
A Lindsay and a Lnulsey, 
A Ragley" and a Raglan, 
A Sudley and a Sudeley. 
A Baron Ashton and a Baron Ashton ofiHycle, 

etc. 
These instances prove the importance of literal 
accnracv in the use of titles, but the followmg list, 
showing the preservation of ancient orthography 
among modern Peerages, will save the reader 
from some mistakes to which persons in general 
seem very liable. Amongst Noble families the 
proper spelling is — 

Argyll, not Argyle. 

Ailesbury, not Aylesbury, 

Anglesey, not Anglesea, 



Caulfeild, not Caullield, 

Clonmell, not Clonmel, 

Feilding. not Fielding, 

Donegall, not Donegal, 

Guilford, not Guildford, 

Ingestre, not Ingestrie, 

Kingsale, not Kinsale, 

Latymer, not Latimer. 

Lyttelton. not Littleton, 
Midleton (Visct.), not Middleton (Baron), 
Slilltown (Earl), not Milton (Visct.), 
Fitzwilliam, not FitzWilliam, 
:\Iount Cashell, not Mountcashel, 
Nevill (Abergavenny), not Neville, 
Neville (Braybrooke), not Nevill, 
Montagu, not Montague, 
Roseberv, not Roseberry, 
Westmorland, not Westmoreland, 
M'inchilsea, not Winchelsea, etc. 



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THE ROYAL FAMILY 

REIGNING SOVEREIGN 

George the Fifth, by the Grace of God. of the United Kingdom op Great Britain and Ireland and of 
THE British Dominions Beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India. 

HIS MAJESTY George Frederick Ernest Albert, second and only surviving son of His late 
"Majesty King Edward VII, and of Her Majesty Queen Alexandra, born at Marlborough House, 3rd 
J^me, 1865 ; married at St. James's Palace, 6th July, 1893, H.S.H. Princess Victoria Mary (" May ") 
Augusta Louisa Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes, now Her Majesty Queen Mary' (born 26 May, 1867, 
Lady of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, has Orders of the Victoria and Albert, and Crown of 
India, Mus. Doc, LL.D.), only daughter of H.H. the late Francis, Duke of Teck, and H.R.H. the late 
Princess Mary of Cambridge, Duchess of Teck ; created Duke of York, Earl of Inverness, and Baron 
Killarney, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1892, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, also in 
the peerage of the L^nited Kingdom, 9 Xov. 1901 : ascended the throne on the death of his father 
C May. 1910 ; crowned at Westminster Abbey. 22 June, 1911; entered the Royal Navy, 1877, Midsliip- 
man'l880, Sub-Lieut. 1884. Lieutenant 1885, Commander 1891, Captain 1893 (Personal Naval A.D.C. 
to Queen Victoria 1887-1901, to King Edward I90I), Rear-Admiral 1 Jan. 1901, Vice-Admiral 26 
June. 1903, Admiral 1 March, 1907. Admiral of the Fleet 7 May, 1910 ; gazetted General in the Army 
1902. Field-Marshal 7 May, 1910: Field-Marshal in the Prvissian Army 16 May, 1911 ; Colonel-in- 
Chief 1st and 2nd Life Guards. Royal Horse Guards, 10th (Prince of Wales's Own Royal) Hvissars, 
King Edward's Horse (The King's Oversea Dominions Regt.), Duke of Lancaster's Own, Norfolk 
(The King's Own Royal Regt.), and Suffolk (Yeomanry), Royal Regiment of Artillery, The Honour- 
able Artillery Company, and 5th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery (Territorial Force), Royal 
Malta Artillery, Corps of the Royal Engineers, Grenadier Guards, Coldstream Guards, Scots Guards, 
Irish Guards, The Roj^al Fusiliers (City of London Regt.), 3rd Batt. The Prince of Wales's Own (West 
Yorkshire Regt.), The Royal Welsh Fusiliers, The King's Royal Rifie Corps, The Queen's Own 
Cameron Highlanders, Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish) Fusiliers, Officers Training Corps. 1st Duke 
of York's Own Lancers (Skinner's Horse), 6th King Edward's Own Cavalry, 11th King Edward's 
Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse). 18th King George's Own Lancers, 26th King George's Own Light 
Cavalry, 38th and 39th King George's Own Central India Horse, 1st King George's Own Sappers and 
Miners, 14th King George's Own Ferozepore Sikhs, 61st King George's Own Pioneers. 102nd King 
Edward's Own Grenadiers, 130th King George's Own Baluchis (Jacob's Rifles), 1st Iving George's Own 
Gurkha Rifles (The Malaun Regt.). 2nd King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles), The 
Royal Marines and 8th (Isle of Wight Rifles, "Princess Beatrice's") Battn. the Hampshire Regt; 
Hon. Commander of the 1st Dragoon Guards (Germany) ; Hon. Colonel 8th (Zamora) Infantry Regt. ; 
Sovereign of the Orders of the Garter, the Thistle. St. Patrick, the Bath, the Order of Merit, the Star 
of India, St. Michael and St. George, the Indian Empire, the Royal Victorian, Distinguished Service, 
and Imperial Service ; Sovereign and Patron of the (Jrder of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England, and of the Order of Mercy : has received the Orders of the Black Eagle of Prussia, the Golden 
Fleece of Spain. St. Andrew of Russia, Grand Gordon of the Osmanieh, the Hanedani Ali Osman, and 
the Murassa Initias of Turkey, the Annunciata of Italy, The White Elephant of Denmark, the Sera- 
phun of Sweden, the Legion of Honour, and many other Foreign Orders ; an Elder Brother of the 
Corporation of Trinity House (formerly Master) ; President of many Societies, Colleges, etc., and 
Patron of many Institutions ; installecr Chancellor of the University of the Cape of Good Hope 1901, 
and of the University of Wales 1902 ; Hon. D.C.L. Oxford, LL.D. Cambridge, and many other Uni- 
versities, F.R.S. ; was Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports 1905-7 ; Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1892, 
Treasurer 1904 ; Trustee of the British Museum ; High Steward of Reading and Plymouth ; and 
Member of the Royal Commission on Food Supply in War-time 1903, etc. Residences — Windsor 
Castle, Berkshire ; 'Buckingham Palace, S.W. ; Balmoral Castle, Scotland ; Sandringham, Norfolk. 
Clubs — Lhiited Service, Marlborough, etc. 
His Majesty has had issue — 

H.E.H. Prince Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David, K.G., created Prince of Wales 
and Earl of Chester by Letters Patent under the Great Seal, 23 {June, 1910, HEIR APPARENT TO THE 
CROWN, Duke of Cornwall in the Peerage of England (1337), Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrirk, Faron of 
Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Oreat Steward of Scotland, in the Peerage of Scotland (1469), Duke of 
Saxonv. and Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Born at White Lodge. Sheen, 23rd June, 1894 ; a Naval 
Cadet "1907-11, midshipman 1911-12 ; lieut. 1913 : an undergraduate of Magdalen Coll. Oxford, 1912 ; 
2nd lieut., Gren. Guards. 1914 ; has received tlie orders of the Golden Fleece and the LoEion of Honour. 
H.R.H. Prince Albert Frederick .\rthcr George. Born 14th Dec. 1895 ; is a Naval Cadet. 
H.R.H. Prince Henry William Frederick Albert. Born 31st March, 1900. 
H.R.H. Prince George Edward Alexander Edmund. Born 20th Dec. 1902. 
H.R.H. Prince Joh.n Charles Francis. Born 12th July, 1905. 
H.R.H. Princess Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary. Born 25th April, 1897. 



HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA. 

Alexandra Caroline Mary' Charlotte Louisa Julia, eldest daughter of Christian IX, King of 
Denmark (who died Jan. 29, 1906). Lady of the Garter, and of the Orders of Victoria and Albert and 
;irown of India, Lady of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, R.R.C., 
B Crovernor of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, President of the Nursing Board, Queen Alexandra's 
imperial Military Nursing Service, and of the Territorial Force Nursing Service Advisory Council, etc. 
Born 1st December, 1844 ; mar. 10th March, 1863. His late Majesty King Edward VII, and became 
Jueen Consort and Empress of India on his accession, 22nd January, I90I. Residence — Sandriag- 
lam, Norfolk. 



THE ROYAL FAMILY 36 

BROTHERS, SISTERS, NEPHEWS, AND NIECES OF HIS MAJESTY. 
H K H tlie late Pkince Albert Victor Christian Edward of Wales, I)uke of Clarence and Avoxdale, 

Earl of Athlone. K.G., K.P.. LL.I). Born 186-i ; died 1892. 
H R H. Princess Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, V.A.. C.I.. Princess Royal. Born 20 Feb. 1867 ; 

mar. 27 July, 1889, Alexander William George, 1st Duke of Fife, K.G., K.T.. G.C.V.O., P.C., who d. 

1912, and has issue {see in Part I.). 
H.R.H. Princess Victoria Alexandra Olga Mary, V.A., C.I., a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John 

of Jerusalem in EnglanL Born 6 July. 1868. 
H.M. the Queen of Norway (H.R.H. Princess Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria). Bom 26 Nov., 1869; 

mar. 22 July, 1896, H.R.H. Prince Charles of Denmark, who was elected King of Norway 1905, and 

ascended that throne under tlie name of King Haakon (or Haco) VII. , hon. admiral in British Navy, hon. 

col. Norfolk Yeom. ; K.G., 1906, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., and has issue. Residences — Royal Castle, Chris- 

tiania ; King George's Palace, Bredgade, Copenhagen. 

OTHER MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY. 
H.R.H. the late Prince Alfred Ernest Albert (died 1900), Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Duke of 
Edinburgh, and Earl of Kent and of Ulster. Born 1844 ; mar. 1874, H.I.H. the Grand Duche.^s Marie 
Alexandrovna (born 1853), V.A., C.I., Grand Duche.ss of Russia, only dau. of Alexandra II, 
Emperor of Russia. Had issue — 

H.R.H. Prince Alfred Alexander William Ernest Albert, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. 

Born 1874 ; died 1899. 
Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria, V.A., C.I. Born 1875 ; mar. 1893, H.R.H. Prince Ferdinand of 

Roumania, G.C.B., and has issue. 
Princess Victoria Melita, V.A.. C.I. Born 1876 ; mar. 1st, 1894, her cousin, the Grand Duke of Hesse 
(see below) (mar. dissolved, 1901) ; 2nd, Oct. 1905, H.I.H. the Grand Duke Cyril of Russia, and lias 
issue. 
Princess Alexandra Louise Olga Victoria. V.A., C.I. Born 1878 ; mar. 1896, Hereditary Prince of 

Hohenlohe-Laugenburg, Regent of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, and has issue. 
Princess Beatrice Leopoldine Victoria. Bom 1884; mar. 1909, Alfonso, Infante of Spain, and has 
issue. 
H.R.H.Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert, K.G., K.T., K.P., P.C, G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.I. E., G.C.V.O., D.C.L., LL.D., Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, Earl of Sussex, Duke of 
Saxony, and Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (renounced succession 1899). Born 1 May, 1850 ; married 
1879, H.R.H. Princess Louise Margaret Alexandra Victoria Agnes (born 1860). V.A., C.I., a Lady of 
Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, R.R.C., dau. of Prince Frederick Charles of Pru-isia ; 
entered R.E. 1868, R.A. 1868. Rifle Brigade 1869 ; became C4en. 1893, Field-Mar.shal 1902 ; Com. of 
Forces in Ireland 1900-1904 ; Insp.-Gen. of Forces 1904-7; Com. -in- Chief. Mediterranean Forces, 
and High Commissioner in the Mediterranean 1907-9 ; Governor-General of the Dominion of Canada 
since 1911 : President of the Selection Board, and 3rd Army Corps 1901-4 ; Col-in-Chief Inniskilling 
Dragoons, Highland Light Infantry, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Rifle Brigade, Supply and Transport 
Corps, Indian Army : 13th Duke of Connaught's Lancers, 31st Duke of C'onnaught's Own Lancers, 
7th Duke of Connaught's Own Rajputs, 129th Duke of Connaught's Own Baluchis : col. Grenadier 
Guards ; col. Army Service Corps ; hon. col. South Irish Horse, Royal E. Kent Yeomanry, 6th Batt. 
Hampshire Regt.. 3rd Batt. The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regt.), 3rd and 4th Batt. Highland 
Light Infantry, 18th Batt. The London Regt. (London Irish Rifles); Chief Personal A.D.C.'to the 
King, formerly Chief Personal A.D.C. to King Edward VII ; Cirrand Master of the Freemasons of 
England 1901 : C4reat Master of the Bath 1901 : Grand Prior of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem 
since 1910; Great Prior of Ireland; Ranger of Epping Forest; President Institute of Volunteer 
Commanding Officers 1906 ; President Duke of York's Roj'al Military School ; ^Nlasterof the Trinity 
House since 1910 ; a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece (Spain), of the Black Eagle (Germany) ; 
has Orders of St. Andrew (Russia), St. Stephen (Austria), the Anunziata (Italy), the Elephant 
(Denmark), the Osmanli (Turkey), the Tower and Sword (Portugal), the Chrysanthemum (Japan), 
Military Merit (of Spain and Prussia), Medjidie (2nd cl.), and the Grand Cro.ss of the Legion of Honour. 
Residences — Bagshot Park, Surrey : Clarence House, St. James's. London, S.W. Has issue — 

H.R.H. Prince Arthur Fred'erick Patrick Albert, K.G., K.T., G.C.V.O., P.C. (1910). Born 1883, 
mar. 15 Oct. 1913. H.H. Princess Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise. Duchess of Fife (whom 
see) ; ed. at Eton and R.M.C. Sandhurst : capt. 2nd Dragoons 1907 ; maj.1913 ; late personal A.D.C. 
to King Edward VII ; apptd. head of special mission to invest the Emperor of Japan with 
Order of Garter 1905; served with Expeditionary Fore- 1914 (despatch':'s) : F.R.S., LL.D. Camb., 
1914; has Royal Victorian Chain (conf. 1906) ; also Order of Black Eagli- of Prussia, and Grand 
Cross of Order of Charles III of Spain ; is Knight of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem in England. Resi- 
dence — 54, Mount Street. W. Issue — 
Alastair Arthur, b. 9 Aug.. 1914. 
H.R.H. Princess Margaret Victoria Augusta Charlotte Norah. V.A., C.I., Lady of Justice of St. Jolin 
of Jerusalem in England. Born 1882; mar. 15 June, 1905, H.R.H. Prince Oscar Frederick William 
Olaf Gustavus Adolphus, Duke of Schonen [or Scania], G.C.B., G.C.V.O.. now Crown Prince of Sweden, 
and has three sons. Prince Gustavus Adolphus Oscar Frederick Arthur Edmund, created Duke of Wes- 
terbotten, b. 6 April, 1906 ; Prince Sigvard Oscar Fniiirick. en ated Duke of Upland, b. 7 June, 
1907; Prince Bertil Gustaf Oscar Carl Eugen, created Duke of Halland, b. 28 February, 1912; and 
one dau.. Princess Ingrid Victoria Sofia Louise Margaretlia. li. 2S March. 1910. 
H.R.H. Princess Victoria P.\tricia Helena Eliz.vbeth, C.I. Born 1886 ; a Lady of Justice of the Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England 1910. 

H.R.H. the late Prince Leopold George Duncan Albert, K.G.. Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence, 
and Baron Arklow. Born 1853; mar. 1882, H.S.H. Princess Helen Frederiea Augusta (R.R.C., has 
the Order of the League of Mercy), dau. of the late Reigning Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont ; died 
1884, leaving issue — 

H.R.H. Prince Leopold Charles Edward George Albert. Reigning Duke of Saxr-Coburg-Gotha. Bom 
19 July. 1884 ; mar. 11 Oct. 1905, H.H. Princess Victoria Adelaide Helena Louise Frederika of Schlez- 
wig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glueksburg ; succeeded at his birth to liis father's titl.s. and succeeded his 
uncle, 1900. as Reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Duke of Julich, Cleve. and Berg, Langrave in 
Thuringen, Margrave of Meissen, Count of Henneberg, Count von der Mark and Ravensberg, and Lord 
of Rawenstein and Tomia ; ed. at Eton and Potsdam ; Col.-in-Chief Seaforth Higlilanders. Residences 
— The Palace, Coburg ; the Scliloss, Rclchardsbrunn, and Scliloss Friedenstein. Gotha ; Claremont, 
Esher, Surrey. Has two sons and two daughters. 

H.R.H. Princess Alice Mary Victoria Augusta Pauline, V.A.. Ladv of Justice of St. .John of Jerusalem 
in England, and Lady Grand Pres. of League of Mercv. Born 1883. Married 1904, H.S.H. Prince Alex- 
ander Augustus F. W. A. G. of Teck, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., D.S.O.. and lias is.sue. 

H.I.H. the late Princess Victoria Adelaide Mary' Louisa (the Dowager Empress and Queen 
Frederick of Germany and Prus.sia, and Princess Royal of Great Britain and Ireland). Born 1840; 



37 THE ROYAL FAMILY 

mar. 1858, Prince Frederick William Nicholas C'harles of Prussia (afterwards German Emperor and 
King of Prussia; died 1888); died 1901, leaving — 

Prince Frederick William Victor Albert, K.G., G.C.V.O. (German Emperor and King of Prussia). Born 

1859 ; Hon. Admiral of the Fleet 1889 ; Field-Marshal in British Army, and Col.-in-Chief 1st Boyal 

Dragoons; siucrcdrd his father 1888; mar. 1881, Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holsteln- 

Sonderburg-Au^ti'iiliurg, and has issue. 
Prince AlbertAVillia.m Henry, K.G., G.C.B., Hon. Admiral of the British Jv'avy. Born 1862 ; mar. 1888, 

Ills cousin, Princess Irene of Hesse (nee below), V.A., and has issue. 
Princess Victoria Elizabeth Augusta Charlotte. V.A., C.I. Born 1860 ; mar. 1878, Bernard, Hereditary 

Prince of Saxe Meiningen, G.C.B.. and has issue. 
Princess Frederika Wilhelmisa Amelia Victoria, V.A. Born 1866 ; mar. 1890, H.S.H. Adolphe of 

Schaumburg-Lippe, G.C.B. 
Princess Sophia Dorothea Ulrika Alice, V.A. Bom 1870 ; mar. 1899, the Duke of Sparta (Crown Prince 

of tlie Hellenes), G.C.B. , and has issue. 
Princess Margaeet Beatrice Feodora. Born 1872 ; mar. 1893, Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse, G.C.B., 

and has issue. 

H.R.H. the late Princess Alice. Born 1843 ; mar. 1862, H.R.H. Frederick William Louis, Grand 
Duke of Hesse (he died 1892) ; died 1878, leaving issue — 

Prince Ernest Louis Charles Albert William, E.G., G.C.B., Grand Duke of Hesse. Born 1868 ; 

succeeded 1892 ; mar. 1894, Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (see above) ; 2nd, 1903, Eleanor 

Ernestine Marie, of Solms-Hohensolms-Lich, and has issue. 
Princess Victoria Alberta Elizabeth Matilda Mary. Born 1863 ; mar. 1884, H.S.H. Prince Louis of 

Battenberg (lide Batteuberg in I'arfc I.), G.C.B., E..N., and has issue. 
Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Luise Alice, V.A. Born 1864 ; mar. 1884, the Grand Duke Serge of 

Hussia, G.C.B., who was assassinated 1905. 
Princess Irene Marie Luise Anna. Born 1866 ; mar. 1888, Prince Henry of Prussia (see above). 
Princess Alix Victoria Alice Helena Luise Beatrix (Alexandra Feodorovna), V.A. Born 1872; 

mar. 1894, H.I.M. Nicholas II, Emperor of all the Russias, K.G., Hon. Adnriral of the Fleet, 1808, and 

has issue. 

H.R.H. Helena August.^ Victoria, Princess of the United Kingdom, V.A., C.I., R.R.C. Born 
1846 ; mar. 1866, H.R.H. Prince Frederick Christian Charles Augustus of Schleswig-Holstein, K.G., 
P.C., G.C.V.O., gen. in the British Army; Personal A.D.C. to the King since 1910; lion. D.C.L. 
Oxford 1910. Residence — Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park. Has had issue — • 

The late Prince Christian Victor Albert Ludwio Ernest Anton, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., D.S.O. ; capt. and 

brevet-maj. King's Royal Rifle Corps; died at Pretoria of fever contracted on service in the South 

African war, 1900. 
Prince Albert John Charles Frederick Alfred George, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., capt. in Prussian Hussars 

of the Guard. Born 1869. 
Princess Victoria Marie Louise Sophia Augusta Amelia Helena, V.A., C.I., R.R.C, and has Order of 

Mercy. Born 1870. 
Princess Franziska Josepha Louise Auguste Marie Christiana Helena, V.A., C.I. Born 1872 ; mar. 

1891, H.H. Prince Ariljert of Anhalt, G.C.B. (marriage dissolved, 1900). 

H.R.H. Louise Caroline Alberta, Princess of the United Kingdom, Duchess of Argyll, V.A., C.I., 
R.I^.C. Born 1848 ; m. 1871, the Marciuis of Lome, K.T., G.C.M.G., eldest son of the 1st Duke of 
Argyll, who succeeded his father 1900 {see Argyll, in Part I.) 

."^H.R.H. Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, Princess of the United Kingdom, V.A., C.I., R.R.C, 
Governor of the Isle of Wight, LL.D. (Glasgow Univ.). Born 1857 ; mar. 1885, Prince Henry Maurice 
of Battenberg, K.G., P.O., who died of fever contracted during Aslianti Exped. 1890. Residences — • 
Osborne Cottage, Isle of Wight ; Kensington Palace. Issue — 

Prince Alexander Albert, G.C.V.O. 1911 ; K.C.V.O. 1910. Born 1886 ; late midshipman R.N. ; 2nd lieut. 

Grenadier Guards, 1909 ; Knight of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 1913. 
Prince Leopold Arthur Louis. K.C.V.O. 1911. Born 1889; lieut. King's Roy. Rifle Corps since 1912. 
Princess Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena, Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain (H.R.H. by Royal command, April 

3rd, 1906). Born 1887, m. 1906, H.M. King Alfonso XIII of Spain, K.G., G.C.V.O,, General in the 

British Army, Col.-in-Chicf 16tii Lancers ; has issue. 

H.R.H. Ernest Augustus William Adolphus George Frederick, Duke of Brunswick-Lline- 
burg, o. s. of George Frederick Alexander Charles Augustus, King of Hanover, by Princess Alex- 
andrina Maria (d. 1907), dau. of Joseph, tlie Reigning Duke of Saxe-Altenburg. Born 21 Sept. 
1845 ; mar. 1878, H.R.H. Princess Thyra Amelie Caroline Charlotte Anne, youngest dau. of Christian 
IX of Denmark ; sue. his father in the dukedom 1878 ; col. of the 42nd Austrian Infantry Regi- 
ment. Residences — Gmunden, Austria ; Penzing, near Vienna. 

1. H.R.H. Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick. Born 17 Nov. 1887 ; mar. 1913, Princess Victoria 

Louise, dau. of the German Emperor. 
Other issue — 

H.R.H. Princess M.VRV Louisa. Born 1879 ; mar. 1900, Prince Maximilian of Baden. 
H.R.H. Princess Alexandra Louise. Born 1882 ; mar. 1904, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schweriu. 
H.R.H. Princess Olga Adelaide. Born 1884. 
H.R.H. Frederica Sophia, Priiie^s^ of the United King.iom. Born 184S : mar. 1880, Baron von Pawel 

Rammingen, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., V.D. 

Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Grand Duchess of. — H.R.H. Augusta Caroline Charlotte Eliza- 
beth Mary Sophia Louisa, Princess of the United Kingdom, C.I., elder dau. of the 1st Duke of 
Cambridge. B. 1822 ; m. 1843, Prince Frederick William, Reigning Grand Duke of Mecklenburg- 
Strelitz, K.G., G.C.B., who died 1904, leaving issue. Residence — Mecklenburg-Strelitz. 



For other tyiembers of the Royal Family see Gleichen, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, and Teak. 



HIS MAJESTY'S OFFICERS OF ARMS 

England. 

College of Abjis, London. 

KINGS OF ARMS 

Sib Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty. K.C.V.O. (Garter). 
William Heney Weldon. C.V.O., F.S.A. (Clarenceux) 
Henev F.arnhaji Bueke. C.V.O., C.B., F.S.A. (Xorroy). 

HERALDS. 
Edwaed Bellasis [Lancaster). 

Chaeles Habold Athill, ;NLV.0.. F.S.A. [Richmond). 
William Alexander Lindsay, K.C, F.S.A. [Windsor), 
Gordon Ambrose De Lisle Lee [York). 
EvEEABD Geeen, F.S.A. [Somerset). 
Thomas Morg.an Joseph-Watkin, ^LA., F.S.A. [Chester). 

PURSUIVANTS. 

Arthur William Stei;.\et Cochrane, ]\I.V.0. [Rouge Croix). 
Geeald Woods Wollaston, M.V.O. [Bluemantle). 
Algar Henry St.affobd Howaed [Rouge Dragon). 
Keith Willi.\m JMurray, F.S.A. [Portcullis). 



Charles Habold Athill, M.V.O. , F.S.A. [Registrar). 
Gordon Ambrose De Lisle Lee [Earl Marshal's Secretary). 

Scotland. 

Lyon Office, Edinbuegh. 

KING OF ARMS. 
Sir James Balfour Paul, C.V. >., LL.D., F.S.A. (Scot.) [Lyon). 

HERALDS. 
Andrew Ross. S.S.C. [Ross). 

Fbancis J.AMES Geant, W.S., F.S.A., Scot. [Rothesay and Lyon Clerk). 
William Rae M.\cdonald, F.F.A., F.S.A., Scot. [Albany). 

PURSUIVANTS. 

Capt. Geoege Sitwell Campbell Swinton, F.S.A., Scot. [March). 

John Hoene Stevenson, M.A., F.S.A. [Unicorn). 

Sir Duncan Alexander Dundas Campbell, Bt., C.V.O. [Carrick). 

Ireland. 

Office of Arms, Dublin Castle. 

KING OF ARMS. 
Captain Neville Rodwell Wilkinson, C.V.O. , F.S.A. [Ulster). 

PURSUIVANT. 
George D.vmes Burtchaell, M.A.. LL.B., IM.R.I.A. [Athlone and Registrar). 

HERALDS OF THE ORDER OF ST. PATRICK. 

Guillamore O'Gr.ady, M.A. [Dublin). 

Captain Rich.*,rd Alexander Lyonal Keith [Cork). 



3S 



PART I 

PEERS, PEERESSES, BISHOPS, 

PRIVY COUNSELLORS, LORDS OF SESSION, 

AND BARONETS 

OF 

THE BRITISH EMPIRE 



ABDY, 3rdBt. (U.K.). Great. 8 Jan. 1850.— 
Slr Anthony Chaeles Sykes Abdy. s. of 1st 
Bt. B. 19 Sept. 1848; m. 11 Nov. 1886, Hon. 
Alexandrina Victoria, dau. of 4th Baron Mac- 
donald ; capt. (ret.) 2nd Life Gds. ; served in 
Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal witli clasp); 
mil. attache Vienna 1885 ; sue. his bro. 1910. 
An ancestor of the present Bt.,the Rev. Thomas 
Abdy Rutherforth, assumed the surname of Abdj' 
in lieu of his patronymic, on inheriting, through 
his mother, the estates of Sir John Abdy, the 4th 
Bt., of Albyns, whose title, created in 1060, be- 
came extinct in 1759. Residences — 10, Lowndes 
Square, S.W. ; Albyns, Romford, Essex. Issue — 

1. Grace Lilliau. 

2. Violet. 

3. Constance Mary. 

Sm Thomas Xeville Abdy, 1st Bt., b. 21 Dec. 
1810 ; m. 19 Oct. 1841, Hariot (d. 8 July, 1877), dau. 
of Rowland Alston, of Pishiobury, Herts. ; and d. 20 
July, 1877. Issue — 

1. Sir Willi.\m Neville Abdy, 2nd Et., b. 
18 June, 1844 ; m. 1st, 10 July, 1886, Marie 
Theresa Petritzka (d. 17 Sept. 1902) ; m. 2nd, 6 
Dec. 1902, Eliza Sarah, dau. of Oscar William Beech, 
and divorced her 1905 ; in. 3rd, 16 Feb. 1909, 
Florence, (m. ard, 7 Jan. 1913, Maurice Grant. 
Residence — 21, Park Square East, Regent's Park, 
S.W.), dau. of late Maj. L. L. C'ohn, R.A., and 
wdow of Gen. G. P. Robinson, and d. 9 Aut;. 1910. 

2. Sir Anthony Charles Sykes Abdy, pros. Bt. 

3. Henry Beadon Abdy, Heir Pres.. b. 13 July, 
1853 ; m. 22 March, 1891, Anna Adele Coronna. 
Issue — 

1. Robert Henry Edward Abdy, b. 11 Sept. 1896. 

1. Gladys Erica. 

2. Grace Emma Townshend, m. 19 March, 1S72, 
Lord Albert Leveson Gower, capt. 2nd Life 
Guards (see Sutherland, D. of), who d. 23 Dec. 
1874. 



ABERBROTHWICK, Baron. 

DUEE OF. 



See Abercorn, 



ABERCONWAY, 1st Baron (U.K.). Great. 
21 June, 1911; Bt. 8 Aug. 1902; R G. 1908. 
— Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren, s. of 
Duncan McLaren, Lord Provost, and for many 
years M.P. for Edinburgh, by Priscilla, dau. of 



Jacob Bright, of Rochdale, and sister of tlie Rt. 
Hon. Jolin Bright. B. 12 May, 1850 : m. 6 March, 
1877, Laura, dau. of Henry Davis Pochin, M.P., 
of Bodnant, Denbighshire ; ed. at Grove House 
Sch. and Edin., Bonn, and Heidelberg Lfnivs. ; 
M.A. Edin. 1870 (first class honours, Ferguson 
and Hamilton scholar) ; called to the Bar (Lin- 
coln's Inn) 1874, K.C. 1897: M.P. (R.) Staf- 
ford 1880-0; and Leics. Bosworth div., 1892- 
1911; J.P., Denbighshire, Flint, Middlesex, and 
Surrey ; largely interested in coal, steel, chem- 
ical, and shipbuilding undertakings ; chrmn. 
Metropolitan Rly., Tredegar Iron and Coal Co., 
John Brown & Co., of Sheffield and Clydebank; 
raemb. of the employers' panel for the Court of 
Arbitration ; formerly chairman of British Iron 
Trade Assocn. ; is a landowner in Xorth Wales, 
and owner of Croft Granite Quarries, in Leicester- 
shire : lias order of Sacred Treasure of Japan 
(3rd cl. ) ; raised to the peerage by the title of 
Baron Aberconway of Bodnant, in the co. of 
Denbigh, 1911. Residences — Bodnant, Taly- 
cafn, Denbigh ; Hilders, Shottermill, Surrey ; 
43, Belgrave Square, S.W. Clubs — Reform; 
Savile ; National Liberal ; Royal Automobile. 
Issue — 

1. Hon.Heney Duncan McLaren, Heir, h. 16 April, 
1879 : m. 19 July, 1910, Christabel Mary, dau. of Sir 
Melville Leslie Macnaghten, Asst. Commnr. Metrop. 
Police ; ed. at Eton and O.xford. M.A. 1905 ; called to 
tlie Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1904 : M.P. W. Staffs. 1906- 
10, and Bosworth div. Leics. since Dec. 1910 ; director 
of Bolckow,Vaiighan& Co., Palmers' Shipbuilding Co., 
and Tredegar Iron and Coal Co. : J.P., Denbigh. 
Residence— 69, Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs— Brooks's ; 
Reform. Issue — 

Charles Melville McLaren, b. 16 April, 1913. 
Elizabeth Mary. 

2. Hon. Francis Walter Stafford McLaren, M.P. for 
Spalding and parly, priv. secv. to Colonial Secretary 
since 1910 ; b. 6 June, 1886 : m. 20 July, 1911, 
Barbara, dau. of Col. Sir Herbert Jekyll, K.C.M.G. 
(see Kniglitage). Lieut. R.N.V.R., 1914. Club — 
Bachelors'. 

1. Hon. Elsie Dorothea, m. 28 April, 1904. Edward 
A. J. Johnson-Ferguson (see Johnson-Ferguson, 
Bt.), and has issue. 

2. Florence Priscilla, m. 8 May, 1907, Sir Henry 
Norman (see Knightage). 



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ABERCORNi PEERi>. BAROXETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



40 



ABERCORN, 3rd Duke of. Great. 10 Aug. 
1808: ,Marq. cf Hamilton. 18G8(I.): Earl of 
Abercorn. 10 July, lOOG ; Baron of Paisley. 29 
July, 1587 : Baron Abercorn, 5 April, 1603 ; 
Baron Hamilton, Mountcastle, and Kilpatrick, 
1606 (S.): Visct. Strabane, 2 Sept. 1701; 
Baron Strabane, 1610 ; and Baron Mountcastle, 
1701 ; Bt. 1660 (I.) ; Marq. of Abercorn, 
1790; Vise. Hamilton, 8 Aug. 1786 (G. B.); 
by which last titles he holds his seat in the House 
of Lords. — James A-lbebt Edward Hamilton, 
s. of 2nd Duke. B. 30 Nov. 1869 ; m. 1 Nov. 
1894, Lady Rosalind Cecilia Caroline Bnig- 
ham.' o. dau. of 4th Earl of Luean ; sue. 
his father 1913 ; ed. at Eton ; accompanied 
the 2nd duke on special mission to announce 
succn. of King Edward VII., 1901 ; treasurer of 
H.M. Household 1903-5 ; M.P. for Londonderry 
1900-13 ; D.L., co. Donegal ; late maj., N. Irish 
Horse, formerly Capt. 1st Life Gds. The 1st Duke 
was sometime lord-lieut. of Ireland. The title 
of Baron of Paisley was conferred by James I., m 
1587, on the 3rd s. of the Earl of Arran, Duke 
of Chatelherault, for services to Mary Queen of 
Scots. Residences — Hampden House, Green 
Street. W. : Baron's Court, Newtown Stewart, 
CO. Tyrone. Clubs — Carlton ; White's. Issue — 
1 James Edward Hamilton, Marquess of HArai- 
TOX, b. 29 Feb. 1904. ^ , ^^^^ 

2. Lord Claud David Hamilton, b. 13 Feb. 1907. 

1. Ladv Marv Cicilia Ehodesia. 

2. Lady Cyntliia Elinor Beatrix. 

3. Ladv Katliaiinr. 

James Hamilton, 2ni) MaRQUESS and 1st Cuke of 
Hamilton. K.G., P.C, LL.D., D.C.L., sometime lord- 
lieut. of Ireland, b. 21 Jan. 1811 : m. 25 Oct. 1832, Lady 
Louisa Jan.' Russell (d. 31 March 1905), dau. of John, 
6th Duki' of Bedford, and d. 31 March 1905. Issue— 

1 J\MES HAMILTON, 2ND DUKE OF ABEKCORN, K.h., 
PC, C'.B., M.A., b. 24 Aug. 1838 ; m. 7 Jan. 1869, 
Lady M^ry Anna Curzon (Residence — Duddingston 
House, Portob<'llo, N.B.), 4th dau. of 1st Earl Howe, 
and d. 3 Jan. 1913. Issue living— 

1 James Albert Edward Hamilton, present Duue. 

2 C'aiit Lord Arthur John Hamilton, spec, reserve, 
Irisli Ods., deputv-master of the Household since 
1918, b. 26 Aug. 1883. 

3 Lord Claud Nigel Hamilton, b. 10 Nov. 1889 ; 
ed. at Wellington Coll. ; lieut. Gren. Gds. since 1912. 
1. Ladv Alexandra Phyllis. . ^ , , 
« Ladv Gladvs Mary, m. 14 Jan. 1902, Ralph 
Fran,-is, "tli Earl of Wicklow (whom see). 

2 Lord Claud John Hamilton, b. 20 Feb. 1843 ; m. 
20 Julv, 1878, Carotoe (d. 1911), dau. of the late 
E S Ciiandos Pole, of Radbourne Hall, Derbyshire ; 
ed at Harrow ; lieut. Grenadier Guards 1862, ret. 
1867 ; M.P. Londonderry 1865-8, Lynn Regis 1869- 
80 Liveqiool 1880-5, and West Derby div. I880-8, 
South Kensington since 1910; a lord of the Treasury 
for a few weeks Nov. 1868 ; hon. col. late 5tli 
Batt. Rov. Inniskilling Fus. (M.) ; A.D.C. to Queen 
Victoria "1887 ; Knt. of Grace of St. John of Jerusa- 
lem : High Steward of Great Yarmouth : chrinn. 
Great Eastern Railway Co. since 1893. Residence-- 
28, Camljiidge Square, W. Clubs— Carlton ; Travel- 
lers'. Issue — , ^, „, , 

Mij Gilbert Claud Hamilton, Gren. Gds., b. 

21 April, 1879 ; m. 16 May, 1911, Enid Awa, dau. 

of Charles Elgar, of Feafherston, N.Z. 

Ida m. 24 April, 1909, Hugh Duncan Flower. 
3. Rt. Hon. Lord George Francis Hamilton, P.C, 
G.C.SJ. (.•*«« Knightage). , 10 r, f 

4 Lord Frederick Spencer Hamilton, b. 13 Oct. 
1856 ; second see. in H.M. dipl. serv. (ret.) ; M.P. 
for Manchester (S.W.) 1885-6, and for Tyrone (N.) 
1892-95. Residence- 13, Gt. College Street, Wcst- 

■ minster, S.W. Clubs— Carlton ; Pratt's ; St. James s. 

5 Lord Ernest William Hamilton, b. 5 Sept. 1858 ; 
m. 2 June, 1891, Pamela, dau. of Frederick A. Camp- 
bell, sometime equerry to the Princess Louise : for- 
merly capt. 11th Hussars; M.P. for Tyrone (North) 
1885-92. Rrsidenee — Shantock Hall. Bovingdon, 
Herts. Club— Carlton. Issm^— 

1 Guv Ernest Frederic Ha;niUon, b. 11 Nov. 1891. 
2. Jnlin George Peter Kaniiltcn. b. 15 Oct. 1909. 

1. Mary Brenda. 

2. Jean Barbara. 

1. Lady Albertha Frances Anne (Ma^vl.io irss of Bland- 
foid), m. 8 Nov. 1869, 8tli Lui<e of Mariborough (m. 
dissolved on her petition. 1SS3^. Residence — 108, 
Park Street. Grosvenor Square. W. 

2. lalv Maud Evelyn, V.A.. C.I.. m. 8 Nov. 1869, 
8tli Marquess of Lansdownc. 



ABERCROMBY, 4th Baron (U.K.), Great. 28 
May 1801. — George Ralph Campbell Abeb- 
CROMBY, s. of 3rd Baron. B. 23 Sept. 1838 ; 
m. 6 Oct. 1858, Lady Julia Janet Georgiana 
Duncan -Haldane. V.A. (formerly lady of the 
bedchamber to Queen Victoria), dau. of 2nd 
Earl of Camperdown (whom see) ; sue. hia 
father 1852 ; J. P., Stirling ; D.L., J. P., Clack- 
mannan. The widow of the celebrated Sir 
Ralph Abercromby, immediately after her 
husband's death at the battle of Alexandria, 
was created Baroness Abercromby of Aboukir 
and Tullibody, with remainder to the heirs 
male of the deceased general. Residence — 41, 
Brompton Square, S.W. Club — Turf. 

George Ralph Abercromby, 3rd Baron Abercromby, 
b 30 May 1800 : m. 3 April, 1832, Louisa Penncl (d. Zt> 
April, 1882), dau. of John Hay Forbes, Lord Medwyn, 
Senator of the„.Coll. of Justice, and d. 25 June, 185Z. 
Issue living — 

1. George Ralph Campbell, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. John Abercromby, Heir Pres., b. 15 Jan. 
1841 ; m. 26 Aug. 1876, Adele Wilbelmina Manka, o. 
dau. of M. Charles von Heidenstain, chamberlain to the 
King of Sweden, from whom he obtained a divorce, 
1879 ; appointed ensign Rifle Brigade, 1858, ret. 
1870. Residence — 62, Palmerstou Place, Edinburgh. 
Clubs— Atlieu:eum ; New (Edin.). Issue — 

Edla Louisa Montagu, m. 10 Oct. 1906, Georges 
N. Nasos, of Athens. . 

1. Hon. Montagu, m. 29:April, 1856, George Fredenck, 

6th Earl of Glasgow. 



ABERCROMBY, 8th Bt. (Scot.). Creat. 20 
Feb. 1630.— Sir c;eorge William Aber- 
cromby-, [s. of 7th Bt. B. 18 March 1886; 
sue. his father 1895 ; ed. at Eton ; 2nd lieut. 
Scots Guards 1906, lieut. 1909, late 3rd Batt. 
Gordon Higlilrs. ; A.D.C. to Gen. the Right Hon. 
Sir N. G. Lyttelton, G.C.B., Commdg. -in-Chief 
in Ireland 1910-12 ; Capt. Service Batt., 1914; 
is chief of the clan of Abercromby. The first Bt. 
distinguished himself in the civil disturbances 
of the period. Residences — ForglenHouse and 
Birkenbog, Banffshire ; 36, St. James's Street, 
S.W. 

Sir5Robert Abercromby, 5th Bt., b. 4 Feb. 1784; 

in. 22 Oct. 1816, Elizabeth Stephenson, o. c. of Samuel 

Douglas, of Nethcrlaw, and d. 6 July, 1855. Issue— 

1. Sir George Samuel abercromby, Cth Bt., b./^. 

May, 1824 ; m. 12 June, 1849, Hon. Agnes Georgina 

(d. "27 June, 1898), dau. of John Cavendish, 3rd Earl of 

Kilmaine, and d. 15 Nov. 1872. Issue— 

1. Sir Robert John Abercromby, 7th Bt., b. 14 

June, 1850 m. 26 June, 1883, Florence Anita Eyre, 

o. dau. of Eyre Coote, of West Park, Hants (m. 2nd, 

Francis, 2nd Earl of Northbrook, wliom see), and 

d. 24 July, 1895. Issue—, 

1 . Sir George William Abercromby, pres. Bt. 

2. Robekt Alexander Abercromby, Heib 
Pres.. h. 15 Aug. 1895. .^ 
1. Nina, m. 22 Feb. 1910, Capt. Horace L. 
Kemble (Club— Guards'), , M.V.O., late Scota 
Gds., and has issue. Residence— 78, Cadogan 
Square. S.W. , , ^, 
■' Mvrtle Vere, m. 17 Feb. 1913, Reginald Henry 
Macaulay Abel Smith. Residence— 34, Wilton 

1 George Cosmo Abercromby, D.L., Banff ; late 
Capt. Scots Gds., and maj. 3rd Batt. Gordon 
Highlrs. ; b. 31 March, 1854. 
3. Cavendish Douglas Abercromby, b. 23 March, 

4 Douglas diaries Abercromby, b. 1 Nov. I860; 

iii 27 Feb. 1886, Helen Louisa Hodgson, dau. Of 

late William Murray. Residence— Kinbroon House, 

Rothie Norman, N.B. Issue— - „ -^ , 1007. 

1 Keith Douglas Abercromby, b. 2 Feb. i-oat , 

m. 9 Sept. 1913, .Eva Winifred, dau. of Harry 

Milward Wright. " . , „„„ 

" Ralph Frank Abfrrromtv, b. 27 Aug. 1893. 

r Norah Maude m. 21 Die. 1912, Maj. James 

Oehoncar Forlns. J. P., of Corse, Lumphanan, CO. 

.M.erieen. 

2. Sybil Helen. 
I ,i'a "lb Agnes 111. 1 .Tui-, 1882. Henry Alex- 
ii'''ir Farqu)iar Spottiswool (Clubs— Junior Con- 
s itutioi.al; Sports), J. P., cl Muiresh, Turriff, N.B., 

! avi ' .lames Abercronibv. B.A., Trin. Coll.. Camb., 
l.-i e ta-it. Bov. Aherdeenslnre Highland Mihtia : b. 25 



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PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS [ABERDEEN 



April, 1837 ; in. 25 Oct. 1877, Beatrice Jane Temple 
(d. 26 Feb. 1909), dau. of Rev. Henry Temple 
Frere. Clubs — Alpine ; Hurlingham ; Isthmian ; 
O.xford and Cambridge. Issue — 

1. Robert Ogilvy Abercromby, licut. Roy. Flying 
Corps, Spec. Reserve, late Gordon Highlrs. : b. 
9 Sept. 1881. 

2. Aubrey Frere Abercromby, b. 4 Sept. 1889. 

1 . Elsie Douglas, m. 9 July, 1902, William Orr Camp- 
bell, and lias issue. 
Sophia Anne Adelaide, in. 1st 19 Sept. 1854, Henry 
Alexander Abercromby Hamilton ; m. 2nd 20 July, 
1864, John Wilson Rimington-Wilsou, M.A., and has 
issue. 



ABERDARE. 2nd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 23 
Aug. 1873. — Henry Campbell Bruce, s. of 1st 
Baron. B. 19 June 1851 ; m. 10 Feb. 1880, Con- 
stance Mary, dau. of Hamilton Beckett ; sue. his 
father 1895; ed. at Rugby and Berlin; D.L.,J.P., 
Glamorgan ; maj. (hon. lieut.-col. 1900) 3rd 
vol. Batt. Welsh Regt. 1899-1901 ; hon. col. 
5th Batt. Welsh Regt. since 1910 ; co. counc. 
rep. memb. Glainorgan terr. force association ; 
V.D. Residences — Kinrara, Aviemore, N.B. ; 
Duffryn, Movmtain Ash, Glamorganshire ; 83, 
Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs — Brooks'; St. 
James's. Issue — 

1. Hon. Henry Lyndhurst Bruce, Heir, capt. 3rd 
Batt. Roy. Scots, late lieut. 3rd Batt. Hants Regt. ; 
b. 25 May. 1881 ; m. 11 Oct. 1906, Camille, dau. of late 
R. Clifford. Residence— 14, Maida Vale, W. 

2. Hon. Clarence Napier Bruce, B.A., New Coll., 
Oxford, b. 2 Aug. 1885 ; m. 12 Dec. 1912, Margaret 
Bethune, o. dau. of Adam Black. Residence — 67, 
Victoria Road, Kensington, W. 

3. Hon. John Hamilton Bruce, lieut. Glamorganshire 
Yeo., b. 14 June, 1889. 

4. Hon. Victor Austin Bruce, b. 8 April, 1897. 

1. Hon. Margaret CeciUa, m. 21 July, 1904, Vise. New- 
port (see Bradford, E. of). 

2. Hon. Eva Isabel Mariau, m. 26 April, 1911, 
Algernon, 3rd Baron Belper. 

3. Hon. Constance Pamela Alice. 

The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Austin Bruce, 1st Baron 
AbSrdare, P.C, G.C.B., D.C.L., b. 16 April, 1815 ; Home 
Sec. 1868-73, and Pres. of the Council 1873-4 ; m. 1st, 
6 Jan. 1846, Annabella (d. 28 July 1852), dau. of Richard 
Beadon, of Clifton; m. 2nd., 17 Aug. 1854, Nora Creina 
Blanche, dau. of Sir William Napier, and d. 25 Feb. 
1895. Issue living by 1st. m. — 
1. Henry Campbell Bruce, pros. Baron. 

1. Hon. Rachel Mary, m. 10 Sept. 1872, Augustus 
George Vernon-Harcourt (Club — Athenaeum), M.A., 
D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., and has issue. Residence — St. 
Clare, Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

2. Hon. Jessie Prances, m. 3 Sept. 1878, Rev. John 
William Wynne Jones, vie. of Llanbeblig, Carnarvon, 
and has issue. 

Issue bv 2ud m. — 

2. Hon. WilUam Napier Bruce, C.B. (1905), Barr.-at- 
law. Line. Inn, 1883 ; princ. assist, sec, secondary 
schools branch of Board of Education since 1903 ; b. 
15 Jan. 1858 ; m. 5 Aug. 1882, Emily, dau. of late 
Gen. Sir William M. S. MacMurdo, G.C.B. Residence 
—14, Cranley Gardens, S.W. Club — Athenaeum. 
Issue — 

William Fox Bruce, lieut. 2nd London divn. R.E., 

Terr. Force, b. 7 Aug. 1883. 

Susan Norah. 
■3. Lieut.-Col. Hon Charles GranviUe Bruce, Ind. 
Army. M.V.O. (1903) ; served on N.W. Frontier 
1897-8, lieut-col. since 1913 ; b. 7 April 1866 ; m. 
12 Sept. 1894, Pinotta Madeline Julia, 3rd dau. of Sir 
Edward Fitzgerald Campbell, 2nd Bt. 

3. Hon. Caroline Louisa. Residence — Pen Pole House, 
Shireharnpton, Bristol. 

4. Hon. Sarah Napier, m. 17 Aug. 1 888, Montagu John- 
stone Mmr-Mackeiizie (see Muir-Mackenzie, Bt.). 

5. Hon. Isabel Ellen, m. 12 July, 1887, Champion 
Branfill Russell, J.P., and has issue. Residence — 
Stubbers, North Ockendon, Essex. 

6. Hon. Elizabeth Fox, m. 9 April, 1896, Percy Ewing 
Matlieson, fellow and tutor of New Coll., Oxford. 
Residence — 1, Savilc Road, Oxford. 

7. Hon. Pamela Georgina. Residence — Radoliffe 
House, St. GUes, O.xford. 

8. Hon. Alice Moore, M.A., Vice-Princ. of SomervIUe 
Coll., Oxford. Residence — Radcliffe House, St. Giles, 
Oxford. 



lie, Tarves, and Kellie 1682 ; Bt. 13 Aug. 
1642 (Scot. ) ; Vise. Gordon of Aberdeen, 1 June* 
1814 (U. K. ), under which title he sits in the 
House of Lords ; K.T. 1906 ; G.C.V.O , 1911 • 
P.C. 1886 ; G.C.M.G. 1895.— John Campbell 
Gordon. 3rd s. of 5th Earl. B. 3 Aug. 1847 • 
m. 7 Nov. 1877, Hon. Ishbel Maria (LL.D.' 
Queen's Univ. Canada, founder of the Irisli 
Industries Assn.), dau. of Dudley, 1st Baron 
Tweedmouth (whom see) ; sue. his bro. 1870 ; 
appointed lord-lieut. of Aberdeenshire 1880 • 
and H.M. Higii Commissioner to General 
Assembly, Church of Scotland, 1881-5 ; lord- 
lieut. of Ireland, Feb. -Aug. 1886, reapp. Dec. 
1905; governor-gen. of Canada 1893-8 ; bearer 
of the Standard of the Dominion of Canada at 
the Coronation of King George V., 1911 ; hon. 
col. 1st Highland brig. R.F.A. ; lieut. Roy." 
Company of Archers ; pres. Aberdeensh. terr. 
force assocn. ; C.A., Middlesex ; hon. D.C.L. 
Oxon 1906 ; hon. LL.D. Aberdeen, St. An- 
drews, Kingston, Princeton, Toronto, Queen's, 
McGill, Laval, and Harvard Univs. The 1st 
earl was lord high cliancellor of Scotland in 
1682. The 4tli earl was a distinguished 
ininister who was foreign sec. for many years, 
and prime minister 1852-5. Residences — Vice- 
Regal Lodge, Phcenix Park, Dublin ; Haddo 
House, Aberdeen ; House of Cromar, Tarland, 
Aboyne, N.B. ; Coldstream Ranch, Brit. 
Columbia. Clubs — Bachelors' ; Brooks's ; 

National Liberal ; Reform. 



ABERDEEN, 7tli Earl of. Creat. 30 Nov. 
1682 ; Vise. Formartine, Baron Haddo, Meth- 



1. George Gordon, Lord Haddo, Member L.C.C. 
(Peckham) since 1910 ; D.L. Aberdeen ; b. 20 Jan. 1879 ; 
m. 6 Aug. 1906, Mary Florence, widow of late Edward 
Shepherd Cockayne, of Sheffield, and dau. of Joseph, 
Clixliy of Owmby Cliff, Lines. ; ed. at Harrow, St. 
Andrews Univ., and Oxford ; contested Wokingham 
1906 ; Residences — House of Schivas, by Ellon, 
Aberdeenshire ; 16, Cambridge Square, W. Clubs — 
Brooks's ; National Liberal ; New (Edinburgh) ; Royal 
Northern (Aberdeen). 

2. Hon. Dudley Gladstone Gordon, b. 6 May, 1883 ; 
m. 25 April, 1907, Cecile Elizabeth, dau. of George 
James Drummond, of Swaylands, Penshurst, Kent ; 
formerly capt. 2nd vol. Batt. Gordon Highlrs. Resi- 
dence — Bourne Place, Bexley, Kent. Club — Royal 
Automobile. Issue — ■ 

1. David George Ian Alexander Gordon, b. 21 Jan. 
1908. 

2. Archibald Victor Dudley Gordon, b. 9 July, 1913. 
1. Jessamine Cecile Marjorie. 

1. Lady Majorie Adeline, m. 12 July, 1904, John, 1st 
Baron Pentland. 

2. Lady Dorothea Mary. 

George John James Gordon, 5th Earl of Aberdeen, 
b. 28 Sept. 1816 ; m. 5 Nov. 1840, Mary (d. 3 April, 1900), 
2nd dau. of late George Baillie, of Jervis\\oode, and 
sister of lOth Earl of Haddington, and d. 22 March, 1864. 
Issue living— 

1. George Gordon, 6th Earl op Aberdeen, b, 10 
Dec. 1841 ; d. unin. 27 .Tan. 1870. 

2. John Campbell, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Harriet, m. 7 May, 1870, William Alexander 
Lindsay, K.C., M.A., Windsor Herald (Clubs — 
Athenaeum; Carlton), and has issue. Residence — 17, 
Cromwell Road, S.W. 

2. Lady Katherine Eliza, ni. 21 Nov. 1876, Alexander 
Hugh, 6th Baron Balfour of Burleigh. 



ABERDEEN AND ORKNEY, Bishop of.— 

Right Rev. Anthony Mitchell, D.D. s. of 
John Mitchell, of Inverurie N.B., by Margaret, 
dau. of James Edwards. B. at Aberdeen 24 
Oct. 1868 ; m. 1894 Elizabeth, dau. of Leshe 
Valentine, of Inverurie ; ed. at gram. sch. and 
King's Coll. Aberdeen, and Cambridge, and 
Edinburgh Univ. ; D.D. Aberdeen 1912 ; cur. 
of St. Mary's Catli. Edinburgh, 1892-3 ; of 
Dumfries 1893-5 ; Hebrew lecturer, Edinburgh 
theol. coll., 1892-3 ; dioc. missnr. of Glasgow 
and Galloway ; rector of St. Andrew's, Glasgow, 
1895-1903 ; and of St. Mark's, Portobello, 
1903-5 ; Pantonian prof, and principal of theol. 
coll., Edinburgh, and canon of St. Mary's Cathe- 
dral, 190.5-12. Residence — Bishop's Court. Aber- 
deen. 



ABERDOUR PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 

ABERDOUR. Baron. See JMorton, E. of. 



ABERGAVENNY, 1st Marq. o£ (U.K.).— Great. 
14 Jan. 187G: Earl of Abergavenny, 1 -84 ; 
Earl of Lewes lU.K.) 14 Jan. 1876; \ isc. Nevill, 
17 Mav 1784 : Baron Abergavenny, 5 bept. 
1450 (E ) • K.G. 188G. — William Nevill. s. 
of 4th Earl. B. 16 Sept. 1820 ; m 2 May, 1848, 
Caroline (d. 23 Sept. 1892), dau. of Sir John \ an- 
den Bempde Johnstone, 2nd Bt. : sue his 
father in the Earldom 18C8 ; hon. co . A\. Kent, 
and Sussex Y.iTD.). late 2nd Life Gds co-opted 
memb. Sussex terr. force assocn ; J.P., and, 
189-'-190o Lord-Lieutenant of Sussex, ihe 
barony of" Bergavenny, or Abergavenny, was 
originally a feudal dignity, and Sir Edward Nevill, 
havincT in. the heiress of the family, was sum- | 
moned to parliament as Baron Bergavenny ui 
1450 • since that date the title has descended in 
the male line ; it had previously passed through 
the families of Beauchamp, Hastings, Cantilupe, 
and Braose, in right of marriage witli siiccessive 
heirs female. Residences— N evil Hall. Aber- 
gavenny ; Bridge Castle, Tunbridge \\ ells ; 6, 
Wilton Street, S.W. Clubs-Bath; Carlton; 
Conservative: Constitutional; Junior Carlton. 
Issue living — ■ 
1 Reginald William Braksbv Nevill Eabl of 
LEWES J.P. Kent ; late lieut. West Kent Yeo. Cav. ; 
h -t March IS.'.o ; cd. at Eton. 

" Lt Col Lor.l Henr\' Gilbert Ralph Nevill, late 
mninr Suises: Imp. Yeo., formerly West Kent Yeo ; 
2 St^5^ 1S54 111. 1st 12 Sept. 1876, Violet (d. 25 
^'ec 1880). dau. of Col. H. I). Streatfeild, of Chidding- 
strme Castlf Kent: ni. 2nd., 20 Oct. lS8b, Jlaud 
Augusta? dau. of William Beckett, M.P. Clubs- 

^T^!^ai^^rZ:^^^2^JSr?^S"o^S^«^^ \ 

rSiSt^'nelen, m. 11 Feb. 1907, Albert 
Edward Delaval, 21st Baron Hastings (whom see). 

3 Lord George Montacute Nevill, D.L.,J.P., Sussex, b. 
"■'Sent 18.56- m. 19 Oct. 1882, Florence Mary, o. 
dau of the late Temple Soanes, of Brenchley House, 
Kent. Residence— 22, Palmeira Square, Hove, Sus- 

^^T G^uvV«nple">Ioiitacute Nevill, capt. Sussex! 
Yeo.?^ate Scots Gds., b. 15 July, 1833 ; m. 30 i 
Ort 190O Isabel Nellie, o. c. of James \\ . 
Laniach, of Adderbury, ' BanburJ^ Residence- | 
Hamsell Manor, Bridge, Kent. Issue- 
Angela Isabel Nellie. , ^ ,. , ^,, -o^.^ T,;fl„ 
2 Rupert William Nevill, late heut. 7th Batt. Rifle 
Brigade, b. 4 Sept. 1884. ! 

1 Mariorie, m. 10 June, 1905, Percy LleweljTi : 
Nevill o. s. of Hon. R. P. Ne^'ill. ,. ^ „ , 

4 Lord William Beauchamp ^eviU, late heut ord 
Batt Roval West Kent Regt., and A.D.C. to Lord Lieu- 
fe^aut of Ireland, b. 23 May, 1860 ; m. 12 Feb 
1889 Luisa Maria Carmen de Murneta, dau. ot the 
Marquess de Santurce. Residence— 37, Onslow Gar- . 

sf Lord Richard Plantagenet .Ne^^^, C.M.G^ D.L. | 
Su=sex B\ Camb.. Chamberlain to Governor-General ; 
of "commonwealth of Australia, late lieut. 2nd. vol. 
Batt East Kent Rcgt, b. 13 Jan. 1862. Club-Carlton. 
r Ladv Cicely Louisa, m. 16 April, 1872, Col. the Hon. 
C. G. Gathor'nc-Hardy {see Crakbrook, E. of), and 

2^ Lad^idina Mary, m. 27 Feb. 1889, Viscount Hythe 
(see Brassey, Earl). „ 

WILLIAM Nevill, 4th Earl of Abergavenny b. -8 
June 1792; m. 7 Sept. 1824, Caroline (d. 19 May, 1873)^ 
dau. of Ralph Leeke of Longford Hall, Salop, and d. li 
Aug. 1868. Issue living— 

1. William. 5th Earl and present Marquess 

2. Hon. Ralph Pelham Nevill, D.L., J.P., Kent high 
sherifE 1896'- b. 28 Nov. 1832; m. 12 July, 1860, 
Louisa Marianne, dau. of Sir Charies FitzRoy 
Maclean, 9th Bt. ' Residences— 9, Basil Street^S.W; 
BirUng Manor, Maidstone. Clubs— Carlton ; Welling- 
ton. Issue — , „ - _ 

1. Percv Llewelh-n Nevill, b. 11 May, 1877 ; m. 8 June, 
1905 Marjorie, o. dau. of Lord George Montacute 
Nevill. Residence— BirUng House, Maidstone. 
Issue — 

1. Joan Helen. 

2. Sylvia Eleanor. 

3. Ruby Louisa. 

4. Rosemary. 

1. Constance Emily. 

2. Isabel Louisa, m. 15 Oct. 1890, Maj. Angus Howard 
Reginald Ogilvy, D.S.O. {see OaiLVY, Bt.). 



3. Mary Frances.m. 8 July, 1891 , Henry, 3rd Viscount 

Hardinge. ^^ 

4 Cicely Augusta, m. 14 Jan. 1902,PhihpWyndham 

Cobbold, J.P., Suffolk. Residence — The Lodge, 

Felixstowe. 

5. Eleanor Georgiana, m. 15 June, 1901, Rowland 

Francis Mcyrick (set' MEVEICK, Bt.) 

1. Lady Isabel Mary Frances, m. 23 Feb. 1854, Rev. 

the Hon. Edward Vesey Bligh {see Darnley, E. of). 

ABERNETHY, Baron. See Hamilton, Duke of. 

ABERRUTHVEN, Baron. See Monteose 
Duke of. 

ABINGDON, 7th Earl of. Creat. 30 Nov. 1682 ; 
Baron Norreys of Rycote, 8 May, 1572 (E.).— 
Montagu Arthur Bertie, s. of 6th Earl. B. 
13th May, 1836 ; m. 1st, 10 July, 1858, CaroUne 
Theresa (d.4 Sept. 1873), dau. of Charles Towneley, 
of Towneley, Lanes. ; m. 2nd, 16 Oct. 1883, Gwen- 
deline Mary, dau. of late Lieut. -Gen. the Hon. 
Sir James Charlemagne Dormer, K.C.B. {see 
Dormer, B.) :suc. his father 1884 ; ed. at Eton ; 
D.L., J.P., Berks, and J.P., Oxfordshire; 
hon. col. 3rd Batt. Roy. Berks. Regt. The 1st 
Baron was ambassador to France in the reign of 
Elizabeth, and was raised to the peerage as a 
reward for his diplomatic services. The 1st Earl 
: was s. of the 2nd Earl of Lindsey, by his 2nd 
wife, o. dau. of the 2nd Baron Norreys and first 
I and last Earl of Berkshire. Residence — Wytham 
Abbey, Oxford. Clubs — Carlton ; Travellers'. 
Issue by 1st m. — 

1 Montagu Charles Francis Towneley-Bertie, 
Lord Norreys, b. 3 Oct. i860 ; m. 25 July, 
1885 Hon Rose Riversdale, dau. of Adm. the Hon. 
Henry CaiT-Glyn, C.B. (s«e Wolverton, B.) ; late capt. 
3rd Batt. Berks Regt. (M.) ; served with I. Yeo. in 
S \ war • D L., J.P., Berks ; J.P.. Oxford. Residence 
-^103, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W. Club 
— Turf. Issue by 1st. m. — 

Montagu Henry Edmund Cecil Towneley-Bertie. 

b. 2 Nov. 1887 ; Ueut. Roy. Anglesey R.E., 1906 ; 

now employed in Cairo drainage dept., Cairo, Egypt. 

Alexandra Rose Alice. 
i 1 Lady Mary Caroline, m. 5 Aug. 1879, Lt.-Col. Lord 
' Edmund Bernard Talbot, M.V.O., D.S.O. {see NOR- 

■ 2 Lady'AUce Josepliine, m. 1st., 1 Feb. 1890, Sir 
', Gerald Herbert Portal, K.C.M.G., C.B, who d. 25 Jan. 

1894; H.M. Consul-Gen. in E. Africa; m. 2nd., 5 Oct. 

1897'Commdt. Robert Reyntiens, Belgian Artillery 

(d. 1:3 Oct. 1913). Residence — 27, Boulevard Bisclioffs- 

heim, Brussels. 
Issue bv 2nd m. — „. , 

2 Hon. Arthur Michael Bertie, b. at W ytham Abbey, 
Berks. ' 29 Sept. 1886 ; late hon. attache to British 
Embassy, St. Petersburg. _ ,,„^, 

3 Hon. James Willoughby Bertie, o. 22 Sept. 1901. 

3 Ladv Gwendehne Theresa Mary, m. 8 Aug. 1908, 
John Strange Spencer-Churcliill {see Marlborough, 

4 ' Ladv Elizabeth Constance Mary, m. 21 AprU, 1914, 
Capt S W. Trafford. of Wroxham Hall, Norfolk. 

Montagu Bertie, 6th Earl of Abingdon, D.C.L., b. 
19 June, 1808 : m. 7 Jan. 1835, Elizabeth Lavinia (d. 
16 Oct 'l858),o. c. of Cieorge Granville Vernon-Har- 
court M.P., and d. 8 Feb. 1384. Issue li^-ing— 
1. Montagu Arthur Bertie, present Earl. 

2 Rt Hon. Sir Francis Leveson Bertie, P.C., G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. {see Knightage). 

3 Rev the Hon. Alberic Edward Bertie, M.A. Oxford; 
b' 14 Nov. 1848 ; m. 26 April, 1881, Lady Caroline 
Elizabeth McDonnell, dau. of 5th Earl of Antrim 
Club — United University. Issue — 

1 Aubrey Charles Bertie, b. 22 Jan. 1882. 

2. Schomberg Montagu Bertie, b. 12 Aug. 1888 ; 2nd 

lieut. Notts. Hussars. 

3 Alberic Willoughby Bertie, b. 10 Jan. 1891. 

4. Niniau Mark Kerr Bertie, b. 19 Nov. 1896. 

1. Irene Elsie. 

2. Lavinia May. 

3. OUvia Bridget. 

4 Lt -Col. Hon. George Aubrev Vere Bertie, late Colds. 
Gds b 2 May, 1850; served in Zulu war, '1879 (medal 
and clasp) ; in. 13 Oct. 1885, Harriet Blanche Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Sh- Walter Farquhar, 3rd Bt. Resi- 
dence— 2, Draycott Place, Cadogan Gardens, S.W. 
Clubs— Travellers' ; R.Y.S. Issue— 

1 Claude Peregrine Bertie, Ueut. 6th London Brig. 
F.R.A., b. 13 July, 1890. 

1. Vere Mary. 

2. Margaret Adine. 



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ACLAND 



5. Hon. Charles Claud Bertie, lieut. 47th Foot 1873-6 ; 
b. 31 Aug. 1851 ; m. 29 April, 1890, Adelaide (d. 28 
Aug. 1903), dau. of Rev. Jeremiah Burroughes, of 
Lingwood Lodge, Norfolk. 

6. Col. Hon. Reginald Henry Bertie, C.B. (mil.) ; b. 26 
May, 1856; capt. Roy. Welsh Fus. 1883, maj. 1891, 
lieut.-col. 1899, col. 1906; served in Crete 1897-8 
and in China 1900 (despatches, Pckin medal) ; m. 18 Oct. 
1892, 1-ady Amy Evelyn Courtenay, sister of 14tli Earl 
of Devon. Residence— Luckington Court, Chippen- 
ham. Clubs — Naval and Military; Wellington. 

1. Lady Elizabeth Emily. 

2. Lady Lavinia Louisa, ra. 16 .Tan. 1883, Robert 
Bickersteth, M.P. (L.) N. Shropshire 1885-6. Resi- 
dence — Downgate House, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

3. Lady Frances Evelyn, a nun. 



ABINGER, 5th Baron (U.K.). Great. 12 Jan. 
1835. — Shelley Leopold Laurence Scarlett, 
8. of Lieut. -Col. Leopold James Yorke Camp- 
bell Scarlett, grandson of the 1st Baron, by 
Bessie Florence, dau. of Edward Gibson and 
adopted dau. of Sir Percy Shelley, Bt. B. 1 
April, 1872 ; m. 8 Aug. 1899, Lila Lucy Catherine 
Mary, o. dau. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir William 
Arthur White, and widow of Kammerherr C. de 
Geijer, of the Swedish Diplomatic Service ; sue. 
his kinsman 1903 ; ed. at Wellington ; J. P., 
Hants: late maj. 3rd Batt. Beds. Regt. (M. ); 
hon. attache at Berne 1894-7, and Stockholm 
1897. The 1st peer, Sir James Scarlett, was a 
distinguished lawyer who filled the office of Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer. Residences — Rown- 
hams House, Rownhams, Hants : Arun Hovise, 
Horsham. Clubs — Carlton ; Marlborough ; Gar- 
rick ; R.Y.S. ; Jun. United Service. 

Brothers and sisters who obtained a patent of precedence 
as children of a Baron, 1904. 

1. Hon. Robert Brooke Campbell Scarlett, Heir 
Pres., b. 1876 ; called to tlie bar (Inner Temple) 1909. 
Clubs— Conservative ; Windham. 

2. Maj. Hon. Hugh Richard Scarlett, R.P.A., b. 25 Nov. 
1878 ; served in S. African war (Queen's and King's 
medals, 5 clasps) ; A.D.C. to Gov. of Queensland 
1909 : m. 15 Oct. 1913, Marjorie, 2nd dau. of John 
McPhillamy, of Blair Athol. Bathurst, N.S.W. Issue- 
Scarlett, b. 28 Sept. 1914. 

3. Hon. Percv Gerald Scarlett, lieut. E. Kent regt., b. 
IC April, 1885. 

1. Hon. Ruth Hester Frances. 
Robert Campbell Scarlett, 2nd Barox Abixger, b. 
5jSept. 1794 ; m. 19 July, 1824, Sarah (d. 3 June, 1878), 
2nd dau. of George Smitli, Ch. Justice of the Mauritius, 
and d. 24 June, 1861. Issue— 

Hon. Prances Mary, m. 7 Dec. 1857, Prebendary Sidney 

Lidderdale Smith, who d. 9 Oct. 1903, and has issue. 

Residence — South Bank, Hereford. 
William Frederick Scarlett, 3rd Baron Abi.vqer, 
C.B., Lieut.-Gen. in tlie Army, b. 30 Aug. 1826 ; m. 23 Dec. 
1863, Helen (Residences — Inverloehy Castle, Fort Wil- 
liam, N.B. ; Rcdford House, Ockley, Surrey : 46, Cornwall 
Gardens. S.W.), dau. of Commodore George Allan 
Magruder, U.S. Navy, and d. 16 Jan. 1892. Issue — 

1. James Yorke MacGkegor Scarlett, 4th Baron, 

h. 13 March 1871 ; d. unm. 11 Dec. 1903. 

1. Hon. Ella Campbell, M.D., m. 14 Dec. 1901, Percy 

Hamilton Synge. 

-2 Hon. Helen Charlotte, m. 15 July, 1885, Nicholas 

John Charlton, who d. 1892, of Chilwell Hall, Notts, 

and has issue. 

3. Hon. Evelina, m. 1st, 10 Feb. 1887, Maj. Henry 

"Wykeham Brooke Tunstall Haverfield, R.A., who d. 

19 Jan. 1895, and had issue ; m. 2nd 19 July, 1899, 

Maj. John Henry Balguy, R.A., of DufReld, co. Derby. 

She resumed the name of Haverfield 1899. Residence — 



ABOYNE, Earl and Vise. 
Marq. of. 



See Huntley 



ABRAHAM, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1911. 
. — Rt. Hon. William Abraham, s. of T. Abra- 
ham, a working collier. B. June, 1842 ; m. 
1860, Sarah Williams (d. 1900) ; worked in a coal 
mine at ten years of age ; a miners' agent since 
1873 ; vice-pres. of the Monmouthshire and 
South Wales Conciliation Board ; pres. of the S. 
Wales Miners' Federation, and treas. of the Miners' 
federation of Gt. Brit, since 1907 ; M.P. for 



Glamorganshire (Rhondda div.) since 1885 ; is a 
Welsh bard, and commonly known by his bardio 
name " Mabon " ; J.P., Cilamorganslure. Resi- 
dence — Bryn-y-bedw, Pentre, Glamorgan. 

ACCRA, 2nd Bishop of. Founded 1909.— 
Right Rev. Mowbray Stephen O'Rorke, D.D., 
s. of William Josepli O'Rorke, of Baliinasloe, co. 
Galway. and now of Nottinglmm, and Annie Eliza- 
beth, dau. of William Wilson, of Saunders Grove, 
CO. Wicklow. B. at Birmingham, 21 May, 1869 ; 
Ed. at Univ. Sch., Nottingham, Wesley Coll., 
Sheffield, and Trin. Coll., Dublin, div. test. 1st ch, 
M.A., D.D. ; called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
1895 ; ord. 1902 ; curate Jarrov,- 1902-5, St. 
Margt.'si Durliam, 1905-10 ; in charge of St. 
Paul's Oath., Rockhampton, Queensland, 1910-11 ; 
curate St. Oswald's, Durham, 1912-3 ; con- 
secrated to this see 25 Jan. 1913. Residences — 
Bishopsbourne, Seccondee. W. Africa ; The 
Drift, Magdala Road, Nottingham. 

ACHESON, Vise, and Baron. Sec Gosford, 
Earl of. 

ACLAND, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1892.— 
Right Hon. Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland, 
3rd s. of Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Uth 
Bart, (whom see). B. 13 Oct. 1847: m. 14 June, 
1873, Alice Sophia, dau. of tlie Rev. Francis Macau- 
lay Cunningham, M.A., Rector of Brightwell ; ed. 
at Rugby and Oxford ; hon. fellow of Balliol 
Coll. Oxford ; hon. LL.D. Leeds ; M.P. (L.) Yorks 
W.R. (Rotherham Div.) 1885-99: Vice-Pres. 
Committee of Council on Education 1892-5 ; 
author of a Handbook of English Political History, 
and of Working Men Co-operators. Residences — - 
29, St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W. ; 
Dunkery House, Felixstowe. Clubs — Athenaeum ; 
National Liberal ; Reforin. Issue — 
Francis Dyke Acland, b. 7 March, 1874 ; M.P. (L.) Cam- 
borne since 1910 ; parly, under-sec. for Foreign Affairs 
since 1911 ; memb, of senate of Loudon Univ. since 
1910 ; M.P. Richmond, Yorks, 1906-10 : financial sec. 
War Office, 1908-10 and 1911 ; m. Eleanor Margaret, 
dau. of Charles James Cropper, of Ellergreen, 
Kendal. Residence — 5, Cheyne Place, S.W. Clubs — 
Athenccum ; Brooks' ; Travellers'. Issue — 

1. Richard Thomas Dvke Acland, b. '26 Nov. 1906. 

2. Arthur Godfrey Dyke Acland, b. 17 May, 1908. 

3. Cuthbert Henry Dyke Acland, b. 18 Nov. 1910. 
1. Eleanor Edith Dyke. 

Mabel Alice. 



ACLAND, 12th Bt. (Eug.). Great. 24 June, 
1644. — Sir (Charles) Thomas Dyke Acland, s. 
of 11th Bt. B. 16 July, 1842 ; m. 1 Nov. 1879, 
Gertrude, dau. of Sir John Walrond Walrond, 
Bart., and sister of 1st Baron Waleran (whom 
see) ; sue. his father 1898 ; ed. at Eton and 
Oxford, M.A. ; is a Barr. ; deputy warden of 
the Stannaries ; late lieut.-col. 1st Devon Yeo. 
Cav. ; M.P. East Cornwall 1882-5. North Corn- 
wall 1885-92 ; Church Estates Commissioner 
1886, and pari. sec. Board of Trade, Feb. 
to Aug. 1886 ; D.L.. J.P., C.A., Devon (High 
Sheriff 1903) ; J. P., Cornwall ; D.L.. J. P., Somer- 
set ; patron of 8 livings. The 1st Bt. was a 
distinguished Royalist, but the letters-patent of 
his creation having been destroyed during the 
civil wars, a new patent was granted in 1677, with 
a special clause of precedence from the earlier 
date of 1644. Residences — Killerton, Exeter ; 
Holnicote, AUerford, Somerset. Clubs — Athen- 
aeum ; Travellers' ; Cavendish ; Cobden. 

Right Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Uth Bt., 
D.C.L., M.P., b. 25 May, 1809 ; m. 1st, 14 March, 1841, 
Mary (d. 11 June, 1851), dau. of Sir Charles Mor- 
daunt, 8th Bt. ; m. 2nd, 18 June, 1856, Mary (d. 14 
May, 1892), dau. of Jolm Erskine, controller of Army 
Accounts, and d. 29 May, 1898. Issue — 

1. Sir Charles Thomas Dyke Acland, present Bt. 

2. Right Hon. Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland, 
Heir Pres. 

1. Mary Lvdia, m. 30 Oct. 1872, Rev. Richard Hart 
Hart-Davis, M.A., J. P. and 'Vicar of Dunsden 1876- 



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1904, and ]ias issue. Residence — Tlie Bidge Field, 
Upper Warren Avenue, Caversham, Reading. 
2. Agnes Henrietta, ni. 11 Aug. 1885, Frederick Henry 
Anson, M.A., C.E., and lias issue. Residence — 72, St. 
George's Square, S.W. 



ACLAND, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 16 Jiine, 
1890; C.V.O. 1003. — Sir Wilmam Alison Dyke 
AcLAND, s. of 1st Bt. B. 18 Dec. 1847 : m. 
7 July, 1887, the Hon. Emily Anna, dan. of late 
Rt. Hon. W. H. Smith and the Viscountess 
Hambleden : sue. his father 1900 ; Rear-Adm. 
1899,; Vice-Adm. 1904, Adm. 1908 : ret. 
1911 was officially attached to Chilian army 
during the war 1880-1 ; dep-eommr. W. Pacific 
1883-0 ; late adviser to the Govt, of New South 
Wales on the defence of ports ; J.P. , Oxford and 
Devon; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 189C-9 ; 2nd 
in command of Channel Squadron 1901-2 ; adm. 
superintendent Gibraltar Dockyard 1902-4. 
Residence — Wilmead, Torquay. Clubs — Athe- 
naeum ; United Service. Issue — 

1. William Henry Dyke Acland. Heie, 2nd lieut. 
Roy. 1st Devon Yeo. ; b. 16 May, 188S. Cluhs— 
Bath ; Cavendish. 

2. Lieut. Hubert Guy Dyke Acland, R.N., b. 8 June. 
1890. Club— United Service. 

Sir Henry Wentworth Acland. 1st Bt. K.C.B., 
D.C.L., LL.D.. M.D., F.R.S.. Regius Professor of 
Medicine at Oxford 1857-94, b. 23 Aug. 1815; m. 
14 Julv, 1846, Sarah (d. 25 Oct. 1878), eld. dau. of 
William Cotton, F.R.S., D.C.L., of W^alwood. Essex, and 
d. 16 Oct. 1900. Issue living — 

1. Sir William Alison Dyke Acland. present Bt. 

2. Henry Dyke Ackland, b. 14 Oct. 1850; m. 16 Nov. 
1878, Margaret Hichins, dau. of the late John Jope 
Rogers, of Penrose, Helston. 

3. Theodore Dvke Acland. b. 14 Nov. 1851 ; M.D., M.A. 
Oxford, F.R.C.r.,M.R.C.S., governor of, and consult- 
ing physician to St. Thomas's Hosp., Brorapton 
Hosp. and ;King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst ; 
formeriy P.M.O. Egyptian Array ; m. 12 April, 1888, 
Caroline Cameron, dau. of Sir William Cameron Gull 
1st Bt. Residence — 19, Bryanston Square, W., 
Club — Athenaeum. Issue — 

Theodore William Gull Acland, B.A. Camb., b. 7 
Nov. 1890. 

4. Sir Reginald Brodie Dyke Acland (.5cc Kniglitage). 

5. C'apt. , Francis Edward Dyke Acland, late R.A., 
M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E. ; b. 12 May, 1857: m. 8 .Tan. 
1885, Marion Sarah, dau. of late Rt. Rev. William 
Kenneth Macroric. D.D., Bishop of Maritzburg : ed. 
at Harrow. Residence — Walwood, Banstead, Surrey. 
Club — Junior United Service. Issue — 

1. Herbert Arthur Dyke Acland, B.A. Camb., b. 9 
Oct. 1886. 

2. Lieut. Kenneth Francis Dyke Acland, b. 16 Oct. 
1890, R.N. 

1. Charis Agnes. 

2. Clemence Margaret. 

6. Alfred Dyke Acland, lieut.-col. Roy. 1st Devon Yeo., 
J.P., Herts., Knt. of Grace of Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem ; b. 19 Aug. 1858 ; m. 30 July, 1885, Hon. 
Beatrice Danvers Smith, 4th dau. of Viscountess Ham- 
bleden. Residences — Digswell House, Weh^^n : oOCi, 
St. James's Court. Clubs — Cavalry, Garrick. Issue — 

1. Arthur William Acland, b. 20 Nov. 1897. 

2. Peter Beril Edward Acland, b. 9 July, 1902. 

1. Angela Cicely Mary. 

2. Katharine. 

3. Sarah Beatrice. 

1. Sarah Angelina. Residence — 7, Park Town, Oxford. 



ACTON, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Croat. 11 Dec. 
1869; Bt. (Eng.) 17 Jan. 1644; M.V.O. (4th 
el.) 1901. — Richard Maximilian Dalberg- 
AcTON, s. of the 1st Baron. B. 7 Aug. 1870 ; m. 
7 Jiuie, 1904, Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Henrj- 
Lyon, of Appleton Hall, Cheshire : sue. his father 
1902 ; ed. at Oxford ; Counsellor of Embassy in 
Foreign Office 1894-6 ; sec. in Diplomatic Ser- 
vice ; Charge d'Affaires at Darmstadt and Carls- 
ruhe since 1911; lord-in-waiting in ordinary 
since Dec. 1905 ; has Grand Cross of the Order of 
the Dannebrog, and 1st Class of Crown of Prus- 
sia ; is grand officer of the Legion of Honour. 
The 1st Bt. received the dignity as a reward for 
his distinguished loyalty to Charles I. The 
present Baron's grandmother, who was the heire.ss 
of the French ducal house of Dalberg. m. 2nd, 



the 2nd Earl Granville. Residence — Darmstadt. 
Seat — Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth. Clubs — 
Athenaeum ; Marlborough. Issue — 

1. Hon. John Emerick Henry Dalberg-Acton, 
Heir, b. at Bordigliera, 15 Dec. 1907. 

2. Hon. Richard William Hcribert Dalberg-Acton. b. 
21 Feb. 1909. 

1 . Hon. Marie Immaculee Antoinette. 

2. Hon. Dorothy Elizabeth Anno Pelline. 

3. Hon. Helen Mary Grace. 

4. Hon. Gabrielle Marie Leopoldine. 

John Emerick Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Bakon 
ACTO.N, K.C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., b. 10 Jan. 1834; a 
lord-in-waiting to Queen Victoria 1892-5, m. 1 Aug. 
1865, the Countess Marie Arco-Vailey (Residence — 
Tergensee, Bavaria), dau. of Maximilian, Count Arco- 
Valley, of Munich, and d. 19 June. 1902. Issue living — 
1. Richard Maximilian Dalberg-Acton, pres. Baron. 

1. Hon. Mary Elizabeth Anne, m. 21 Oct. 1901, Lieut.- 
Col. Edward Bleiddian Herbert, late 17th Lancers-, 
and has issue. 

2. Hon. Annie Marj' Catherine Georgiana, 

3. Hon. Jeanne Mane. 



ADAIR, 4th Bt, (U.K.). Creat. 2 Aug. 
1838. — Sir Frederick Edward Shafto Adair, 
s. of 3rd Bt. B. 26 Dec. 1860 ; sue. his father 
1902 ; ed. at Harrow and Oxford ; late capt. 
Rifle Brig. ; J.P., Norfolk and Suffolk, High 
Sheriff. Suffolk, 1910-11. The 2nd Bt. was 
creat. Baron Waveney. a title which expired 
at his death in 1886. Residence.s — Flixton Hall, 
Bungay ; The Castle, Ballymena, co. Antrim ; 
Adair Lodge, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. Clubs — Carl- 
ton ; Naval and Military ; Travellers' ; Authors'. 

Sir Hugh Edward Adair, 3rd Bt., M.A., M.P.. D.L., 
J.P., b. 20 Dec. 1815 ; m. 10 July, 1856, Harriet Camilla 
(d. 30 May, 1909), dau. of Alexander Adair, of Hea- 
therton Park, Taunton, .and d. 2 March, 1902. Issue 
living — 

l.'SiR Frederick Edward Shafto Adair, pres. Bt. 
2 Robert Shafto Adair, Heir Pees., B.A. Oxford, 
Barr.-at-law ; b. 18 Aug. 1862 ; m. 4 Dec. 1890, Mary, 
dau. of Henry Anstey Bosanquet. Residence — 9, Lower 
Berkeley Street, W. Club — Oxford and Cambridge 
Issue — 

Allan Henry Shafto Adair, b. 3 Nov. 1897. 
Camilla Mary Shafto. 
3. Camilla Beatrix Mary. Residence — Heatherstow, 
Pembury, Kent. 



ADAM, Lady (widow of Lord of Session, S.), 
dau. of .John Beatson-Bell, of Glenfarg, N.B. ; 
m. 1861, .James Adam, who was apptd. a judge of 
the Court of Session and of the Court of Justi- 
ciarv 1876 as Lord Adajvi; ret. Dec. 1905, and 
d. 28 Aug. 1914. Residence— 34, Moray Place, 
Edinburgh. 



ADAM, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 20 May, 1882. 
— Sir Charles Elphinstone Adam, s. of the 
late Right Hon. William Patrick Adam, of Blair 
Adam, Governor of Madras, and Emily Eliza. 
Ladv Adam. C.I. (d. 19 Nov. 1906). dau. of Gen. 
Sir William Wyllie, G.C.B. B. 7 Aug. 1859 ; m, 
25 Oct. 1913, Edith, dau. of late William Dob- 
son, of Victoria. British Columbia ; ed. at Eton 
and Oxford ; B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885 ; called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn, and Inner Temple) 
1885 ; private sec. to the late Lord Tweedmoiith 
when parly, sec. to Treasury 1892—4. and when 
Lord Privy Seal 1 894-5 ; has Volunteer long 
service medal ; D.L., J.P., late C.C, Fife ; 
convener (1893-1910). and H.M. lieut.. Ivin- 
ross (1909-11) ; chrm. 1908-9, and pres. 1909-11 
Kinross Terrl. Force Assoc. The Right Hon. 
Wm. Patrick Adam, CLE., M.P., who was 
siiccessively a lord of the treasury and first com- 
mnr. of works before being apptd. Governor 
of Madras, having d. 1881, his wiclow was granted 
the rank of a Bt.'s wiclow (to which she would 
have been entitled had her husband survived and 
been created a Bt., as was intended), and the 
Baronetcy was conferred on his eld. s., the present 
holder, 20 May. 1882. Residences — Blair Adam, 



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[AGNEW 



Kinross-shire, N.B. ; 5, New Square. Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C. Clubs — Brooks's ; United University ; 
National Liberal. 

ADABE, Vise, and Baron. .See Dunbaven, 
Earl of. 

ADDINGTON, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Creat, 22 I 
Julv. 1887. — Egerton Hubbard, s. of the 1st ! 
Baron. B. 29 Dec. 1842 ; m. 3 June, 1880, I 
Mary Adelaide, dau. of Sir Wyndham Spencer 
Portal, 1st Bt. : sue. his father 1889 ; ed. at 
Radley and Oxford ; B.A. 1865, M.A. 1806 ; 
J. P., Bucks and bore' of Buckingham; C.A. i 
Bucks ; is menib. of firm of John Hubbard 
& Co., Russia merchants, and Egerton Hubbard 
& Co., St. Petersburg ; M.P. for Buckingham 
1874-80, and for N. div. Buckinghamshire from 
1880 until he sue. to the peerage ; lion. col. 
Bucks and Oxford Batt. L.I. ; mil. memb. Bucks 
Terr. Force Assocn. Residences — ^7, Campden 
Hill Court, Kensington, W. ; Addington, Win- 
slow, Bucks. Club — Carlton. Issue — 

1. Hox. John Gellibrand Hubbard, Heir, B.A. 
Oxford, lieut. Oxfordshire L.I. ; b. 7 June, 1883. 

2. Hon. Raymond Egerton Hubbard, B.A. Oxford ; 
b. 11 Nov. 1884. 

3. Hon. Francis Spencer Hubbard, b. 1 July, 1888 ; 
late lieut. Oxfordshire L.I. 

1. Hon. Winifred Mary, m. 10 Aug. 1909, Capt. Berke- 
ley Cole Wilniot Williams, and has issue. Residences — 
36, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. ; Herringston, Dorchester. 

2. Hon. Ruth Mary. 

John Gelubraxd hubb-^rd, 1st B.^rox Aldington 
P.O.. b. 21 Mar. 1805; m. 19 May, 1837, Hon. Maria 
Margaret Napier(d. 18 April 1896), dau. of William John, 
9tli Baron Napier, and d. 28 Aug. 1889. Issue living — 

1. Egerton Hubbard, present Baron. 

2. Lt.-Col. Hon. Cecil John Hubbard, late Gren. Gds., 
J.P., Bucks ; b. 6 Sept. 1846 ; m. 15 April, 1872, Helen 
Jane (d. 27 April, 1909), dau. of late A. Macdonald 
Ritchie. Residence — Kingsbridge, Steeple Claydon, 
Bucks. Club — Carlton. Issue living — 

1. Capt. John Francis Hubbard, late 3rd Batt. 
Lanes. Fus. and previously Gren. Gds. ; b. 5 June, 
1880 ; served in S. Africa 1902 ; now employed with 
Egyptian Govt. : m. 16 Jan. 1914, Kathleen, dau. 
of Cyril Wilson. Residence — Coast Guard Adminis- 
. tration, Cairo. 

1. Muiiel. 

2. Hilda Mary. 

3. Irene Margaret. 

3. The late Hon. Arthur Gellibrand Hubbard, private 
sec. for native affairs. Cape Colony; b. 6 Feb. 1848 ; m. 29 
June, 1881, Amy d'Esterre (Residence — Selwyn Lodge, 
Westgatc), dau. of Charles Hugh Huntley, C.M.G., 
and d. 7 Marcli, 1896. Issue living — 

1. Gerald Napier Hubbard, late Rifle Brig. ; Lieut. 
Irish Gds. 19U ; b. 27 Aug. 1882 ; m. 14 Jan. 1908, 
Bertha CaroHne, 3rd dau. of Rev. E. S. Gamier, M.A., 
rector of Quidenli.im, Norfolk and has issue^ 

1. Ralpli Artluir Hubbard, b. 22 Oct. 1908. 

2. Thomas Edward Hubbard, b. 27 Dec. 1911. 
1. Susan d'Esterre. 

1. KatMeen d'Esterre, m. 11 Oct. 1911, Rev. Charles 
Hamilton Mylne, Vicar of Skipton, Yorks. 

2. Dorothy Isobel. 

3. Noel Agnes. 

4. Hon. Evelyn Hubbard, M.A. Oxford, a lieut. for the 
City of London, director of Bank of England 1890-1909, 
M.P. Brixton (C.) 1896-1900 ; b. 18 March, 1852 ; m. 

' 25 Aug. 1881, Eveline Maud, 4th dau. of Sir Wyndham 
Spencer Portal, 1st Bt. Residence— 32, Draycott 
Place. S.W. Clubs— Carlton ; Cavendish. Issue— 

1. Rev. Harold Evelyn Hubbard, M.A. Oxford, 
curate of Skeltou, Yorks, b. 12 Feb. 1883. 

2. Eric Wyndiiam Hubbard, b. 28 Oct. 1885. 

3. Bertram Jolm Hubbard, b. 27 Aug. 1895. 

1. Hon. Alice Eliza. Residence — 7, Campden Hill Court, 

2. Hon. Rose Ellen. Residence — 111, Sandgate Road, 
Folkestone. 

3. Hon. Clemency, ni. 4 Sept. 1888, Maj.-Gcn. Sir 
George Digby Barker, K.C.B. (see Knightage). 

ADELAIDE (Australia), 4tli Bishop of. 

Founded 1847. — Rt. Rev. Arthur Nutter 
Thomas, D.D., s. of Charles James Thomas, by 
JMarv Matilda, dau. of John Nutter. B. 11 Dec. 
1869; m. 1904, Mary Theodora, da\i. of Rev. 
W. A. H. Lewis, vie. of LTpper Gornal ; ed. at Oun- 
die.Camb (schol., B.A., 1st class classic, trip. 1891, 
M.A. 1895). and Wells ; ord. 1894 ; priest 1895 ; 
cur. of Wakefield Cathedral 1894-5 ; dom. chap- 



lain to Archbishop of York 1895-9 ; cur. of 
Leeds 1899-1901 ; rector of Guisborough 1901-6, 
when he was apptd. to this see : consecrated 
1906. Residence — Bishop's Court, North Ade- 
laide. Issue — 

1. Christopher Nutter Tliomas. b. 11 July, 1912. 

1. Ursula Margaret. 

2. Mary Katharine. 

AFFLECK, 7th Bt. (G.B.). Creat. 10 .July, 
1782. — Sir Robert Affleck, s. of 6th Bt. B. 
4 March, 1852 ; m. 9 March, 1880, Julia Georgina, 
2nd dau. of John S. Prince ; sue. his father 
1882 ; ed. at Eton. The Baronetcy was conferred 
on Edmund Affleck (with remainder to the male 
issue of his father), for his distinguished conduct 
in the engagement between Adm. Rodney and 
the French squadron under Count de Grasse, 
12 April, 1782 ; he likewise received the thanks 
of parliament. Club — Yorkshire (York). 

Sir Robert Affleck, 6th Bt., D.L., J.P., b. 28 July, 
1805 ; m. 9 April, 1850,Maria Emily (d. 9 Nov.'1902), 
eld. dau. of Edmund Singer Burton, of Churchill, 
Northants, and d. 9 Oct. 1882. Issue living — 

1. Sir Robert Affleck, present Bt. 

2. John de Linden Affleck, Heir PRES.,b. 18 July, 
1860 ; ed. at Wellington Coll. ; m. 1895, Blanche 
Euphemia, dau. of Alexander A. Robson, of Sydney, 
N.S.W. 

3. Philip Burton Affleck, b. 2 Jan. 1862. 

1. Anna Maria. 

2. Frances Caroline. 

3. Helen, m.l May, 1883, Rev. Henry Bruce Pugh,and 
has issue. Residence — Dalham Rectory, Newmarket. 

4. Mary Elizabeth Harriett, m. 27 April, 1893, John 
William Rudd, B.A., and has issue. Residence — 8, 
Auerley Park, Anerley, S.E. 

AGNEW, 9th Bt., of Lochnaw, (S.). Great. 
28 Julj% 1029. — Sir Andrew Noel Agnew, 
s. of 8th Bt. B. 14 Aug. 1850 ; m. 15 Oct. 
1889, Gertrude, dau. of the Hon. Gowran Charles 
Vernon (see Lyveden, B.) ; sue. his father 1892 ; 
ed. at Harrow and Camb.. LL.B. 1871 ; called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1874 ; M.P. Edinburgh 
(L.U.) 1900-6 ; late capt. 1st Ayrshire and Gallo- 
way Vol. Garrison Art. 1903 ; Vice-Lieut., D.L., 
J.P., Wigtownshire. This family held the here- 
ditary shrievalty of Wigtown for many genera- 
tions, and received £4,000 in compensation when 
that office was abolished in 1747. Residences — 
Lochnaw Castle, Stranraer, Wigtownshire ; 10, 
Smith Square, W^estminster, S.W. Clubs — 
Brooks's; St. James's; New (Edin). Issue — 
None. 

Sir Andrew Agnew, 7th Bt., M.P., b. 21 March, 1793 ; 
m. 11 June, 1816, Madeline (d. 21 Jan. 1858), dau. of 
Sir David Carnegie, Bart., of Southesk, and d. 28 April, 
1849. Issue Uving — 

1. Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th Bt., see below. 

2. Capt. John de Courcy Andrew Agnew, late R.N.,l3. 
8 Oct. 1819 ; m. 1st, 30 Oct. 1849, Anne (d. 13 July, 
1852), dau. of Rev. David Wauehope, of Warkton, 
Northants ; m. 2nd, 17 Oct. 1854, Patricia EUzabcth 
(d. 2 Oct. 1870), eld. dau. of William Henry Dowbiggin ; 
m. 3rd, 14 May, 1872, Patricia, dau. of Sir Alexander 
Ramsay, 2nd Bt., of Balmain ; Residence — 2, 
Oxford Terrace, Edinburgh. Issue — 

1. Robert Wauehope Agnew, b. 30 Nov. 1861. 

2. Andrew William Agnew, b. 1 Aug. 1864. 

3. Commr. Samuel Mautagu Agnew, late R.N., b. 
22 Feb. 1867 ; served in Egypt 1882 (medal and 
star). 

1 Georgina Anne, m. 25 Mar. 1885, James Ferguson 
(Club— Carlton), K.C., M.A., D.L., J.P., Aberdeen- 
shire and Dundee, sheriff of co. Forfar, and has issue. 
Residence — Kinmundy, Miutlaw, Aberdeenshire. 
2. Madeline Mary. 

3. James Andrew Agnew, C.E., b. 21 June, 1823. 

4. Sir Stair Andrew Agnew, K.C.B. (see Knightage). 

5 Thomas Frederick AndrewAgncw, b.5 July, 1834 ; 
m 9 Oct. 1861, Julia, dau. of late Charles Pelly, Madras 
C.S. Residence— UUet Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

1. Commr. Douglas Agnew, late R.N., b. 5 Feb. 
1869 ; m. 6 April, 1904, Louise, dau. of Robert 
Thome, of Greenock. Issue — 

Frederick Douglas Agnew, b. 18 Jan. 1909. 

2. Ernest Frederick Agnew, 1>. 6 Jan. 1871. 

3. Graham Agnew, late lieut. Northumb. Fus. ; b. 
8 Oct. 1874 ; m. 21 Mav, 190S, Gwendolyn Rose, 



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dau. of Frederick Lane Huddart, of Brynkir, co. 
Carnarvon. 

4. Percy Reginald Agnew, b. 13 Jan. 1878 ; m. lo 
June, 1909, Ethel Adelaide Susan Wakefield. 

5. Harold Carnegie Agnew, b. 6 March, 1881. 

1. Henrietta. 

2. Geraldine. 

3. Ethel Patricia. 

4. Marion. t ■ i * 
6. Lieut.-Col. Gerald Andrew Agnew, late 90th Light 
Infantry ; b. 18 Dec. 1835 ; presi-nt at relief of Luck- 
now ; in. 19 Mav, 1870, Margaret Cuninghame, o. 
child of William Bonar, of Warriston. Residence- 
East Warriston House, Edinburgh. Issue — 

Eva Marv, m. 18 July, 1906. Archibald Campbell, 
and has issue. Residence— 24, Inverleith Gardens, 
Edinburgh. 

Sm Andrew Agxew, 8th Bt., M.P., D.L., b. 2 Jan. 

1818 ; ni. 20 Aug. 1846, Lady Louisa Noel (d. 27 June , 

1883), eld. dau. of 1st Earl of Gainsborough, and d. -i> 

March 1892. Issue living — 

1. Sir Andrew Noel Agnew, pres. Bt. 

2. The late Henry de Courcy Agnew, J.P., Wigtown, b. 
1 Nov., 1851 ; m. 23 Dec. 1885, Ethel Anne (m. 2nd, 
Edmund Charrington, of Limpsfield, Surrey) dau. of 
Capt. Thomas William Goff, 7th Dragoon Gds., and d. 
6 March, 1910. Issue— 

1. Dorothea Alma, m. 14 May, 1907, Harold 
Swann {see Swann, Bt.). 

2. Hazel Louisa, m. 30 Oct. 1913, Francis, 4th \ isc. 
Combermere. 

3. Maj. Charles Hamltn Agnew, Heir Pres., late 
4th Hussars, J.P., Wigtown ; b. 21 June, 1859 ; m. 
30 June, 1897, Lilian Anne (divorced 1908), dau. of 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Wolfe Murray, K.C.B. ; served m 
Burma 1885-7 (medal and clasp), and in Rhodesia, 
1896 (medal). Residerce— Northbourne, Chobham, 
Surrey. Clubs— Brooks' ; Cavalry ; Naval and Mili- 
tary. Issue — 

Fulque Gerald Melville Noel Agnew, b. 1900. 

4. Lt.-Col. Quentin Graham Kinnaird Agnew, b. 8 Jan. 
1861 ; M.V.O. 1903, D.S.O. (1902), 3rd Batt. Roy. 
Scots Pus., D.L.. J.P., Wigtown ; memb. of Hon. 
Corps of Gcntlemen-at-Arms since 1906 ; m. 9 Feb. 
1899, Evelvu Mary (d. 1913), dau. of late Capt. J. H. I. 
Alexander" R.N., C.B. ; served in Burma a885-6, 
Tirah Campaign 1S97-8, and in S. Africa 1899-1902. 
Residence— House of Knock, Port Patrick, N.B. 
Clubs— Naval and Military ; New (Edin.). Issue — 

1. David Quentin Hope Agnew, b. 7 Feb. 1900. 

2. John Andrew Agnew, b. 26 Sept. 1903. 

3. Patrick Alexander Agnew, b. 19 Nov. 1908. 
1. Suzanna Mary. 

5. Gerald Dalrymple Agnew, late lieut. E.Kent Rcgt., 
b. 24 April, 1862. 

1. Caroline Charlotte. Residence — Northbourne, Chob- 
ham, Surrev. 

2. Louise Lucia, m. 10 July, 1877, Duncan MacNeill, 
who d. 1892, and has issue. 

3. Mary Alma Victoria, m. 19 Aug. 1875, Arthur 
Fitzgerald, 11th Baron Kinnaird. 

4. Rosina Constance, m. 14 April, 1898, Rev. James 
Davidson, M.A. Residence — Blackadder Manse, North 
Berwick. 

5. Margaret Violet Maud, m. 23 July, 1890, Lt.-Col. 
Francis Dudley Williams - Drummond (see Williams- 
Drummond. Bt.). 



AGNEW, 2nd Bt., of London. Great. 2 Sept. 1895. 
— Sir GIeobge William Agnew^, s. of 1st Bt. 
B. 19 Jan. 1852 ; m. 2 Oct. 1878, Fanny, dau. of 
John Stuart Bolton, of Oulton Hall, Aylsham, 
Norfolk ; sue. hi.s father 1910 ; ed. at Rugby and 
Camb., M.A. 1879 : M.P. for Salford shice 190G ; 
J. P., Lanes. Residence — Rougham Hall, Bury 
St. Edmunds. Clubs — Reform ; Devonshire. 
Issue — 

1. John Stuart Agnew, Heir, b. 16 Sept. 1879 ; J.P., 
Suffolk ; Capt. SufE. Yeo. since 1914 ; m. 14 April, 
1910, Katlileen, dau. of late Isaac William Hewitt 
White, of Meanwood, Leeds. Residence — Battlies 
House, Rougham, Bury St. Edmunds. Clubs — 
Cavalry ; Isthmian. 

2. George Colin Agnew, b. 28 Oct. 1S82. 

1 . Mary Emily, m. 17 Mar. 1904, William Burn Ander- 
son. Residence — 18, Hyde Park Street, W. 

2. Fanny Isabel, ni. 4 March, 1909, Maj. Oswald Kest- 
even Chance, 5th Lancers. 

3. Dorothy, m. 4 July, 1906, Hinton Arthur Stewart. 

4. Sybil Alice. 

5. Cicely. 

Sir William Agnew, 1st Bt., b. 20 Oct. 1S25 : m. 25 
March, 1851, Mary (d. 2 Sept. 1892), dau. of PixtonKen- 
worthy, of Peel Hall, Lanes., and d. 31 Oct. 1910. Issue 
hving — 



1. Sir George William, pres. Bt. 

2. Charles Morland Agnew, M.A. , Camb., b. 14 Dec. 1855; 
m. 22 Sept. 1881. Evelyn Mary, dau. of William Naylor, 
of London. Residence — Issue — 

1. Charles Gerald Agnew b. 30 July, 1882 ; m. 11 
July, 1906, Olive Mary, dau. of Ven. William 
Danks, Canon of Canterbury. Residence — Heather, 
Knutsford, Cheshire. Issue — 

Geoffrey William Gerald Agnew, b. 11 July, 1908. 

2. Kenneth Morland Agnew, lieut. R.F.A., b. 25 
Mav, 1880 ; m. 20 Oct. 1910, Edith, o. dau. of late 
A. H. Layer, M.D., of Sheffield. Issue— 

Jovce. 

3. Capt. Alan Graeme Agnew, R.F.A., b. 4 Dec. 
1887 ; m. 3 April, 1913, Dorothy Cecil, dau. of late W. 
Winstanley Strode, of King's Langley, Herts. Res - 
dence — Highfleld, Kingsbbrough, Herts. Issue — 

Peter Agnew, b. 7. April, 1914. 

4. Hugh Ladas Agnew, cadet R.N.. b. 6 June, 1894. 

5. William Gladstone Agnew, cadet R.N., b. 2 Dec. 
1898. 

1 . Emily Margaret. 

3. Walter'Agnew, LL.B., Camb., b.29 April. 1861 ; m. 
17 July, 1886, Mabel, dau. of Charies Wilkin, of London. 
Residence — 7, Bryanston Square, W. Issue — 

1. A'ictor Charles Walter Agnew, B.A., Camb., lieut, 
Suffolk Yro. : b. 21 June, 1887 ; m. 22 July, 1913, 
Phyllis May Claude, dau. of late Claud Baggallay, 
K.C. Residence — 5, Queensberry Place, S.W. 
Issue — 

Elizabeth Moran, b. 7 May, 1914. 

2. Richard Leslie Agnew, b. 4 March, 1900. 
1. Phyllis Mary. 

4. Philip Leslie Agnew, M.A. , Oxford, Barr.-at-law, J.P., 
Northants ; b. 30 June, 1863 ; m. 12 Nov. 1889. 
Alexandra Georgette, dau. of Ewan Christian, of 
Alexandria, Egypt. Residences — Littlecourt, Far- 
thingstone, Northants ; 18. Gloucester Square, Hyde 
Park, W. Club — United University. Issue — 

Ewan Siegfried Agnew, b. 12 July, 1893. 
Enid Jocelyn. 



AILESBURY, 6tli Marq. oL Great. 17 July, 
1821; Earl of Ailesbury, 10 June, 1776; Earl 
Bruce, Vise. Savernake, 1821 ; Baron Bruce, 
17 April, 1740 (U.K.); Earl of Cardigan. 20 
April, 1601 : Baron Brudenell. 26 Feb. 1627 
(E.); Bt. 29 June, 1611; D.S.O. 1900.— 
Geobge William James Ghandos Brudenell- 
Bruce, s. of 5th Marq. B. 21 May, 1873 ; m. 
21 March, 1903. GaroUne Sydney Anne, dau. of 
late John Madden, of Hilton Park, Clones ; sue. 
his father 1911 ; maj. Middlesex Hussars Y. ; 
late Roy. Wilts I.Y^. and 3rd Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlrs. ; served in S. Africa 1900 (men- 
tioned in despatches, Queen's medal, 4 clasps, 
D.S.O.); J.P.. G.G., Wihs. Seats— Savernake 
Forest, Marlborough, Wilts ; Cadbury, Yatton, 
Somerset. Clubs — rArthur's ; Cavalry ; Bad- 
minton. Issue — 

1. Chandos Sydney Cedric Bruce, Earl of Car- 
digan ; b. 26 Jan. 1904. 

1. Lady Ursula Daphne. 

2. Lady Rosemary Enid. 

Ernest Augustus Charles Brudenell-Bruce, 3rd 
Marquess of Ailesbury, b. 8 Jan. 1811 ; m. 25 Nov. 
1834, Hon. Louisa Elizabeth Beresford (d. 14 Oct. 1891), 
dau. of 2nd Baron Decies, and d. 18 Oct. 1886. Issue — 

1. The late George John Brudenell-Bruce, lieut. 14th 
Hussars ; b. 15 May, 1839 ; m. 7 Aug. 1862, Lady Evelyn 
Mary Craven (in. 2nd, 4 Dec. 1869, Capt. Henry Aure- 
lius Beauclerck Coventry, Gren. Gds. (m. diss. 1877), 
who d. 29 June, 1885; m. 3rd, 30 Aug. 1877, Capt. 
George William Hutton- Riddel, of Muslee, Roxburgh. 
Residence — Bragborough Hall, Rugby), dau. of 2nd 
Earl of Craven, and d. 28 May, 1868. ' Issue — 

George William Thomas Brudenell-Bruce, 4ih 
Marquess of Ailesbury, b. 8 June, 1863 ; m. 6 
May, 1884, Dorothy Julia (m. 2nd, 28 March, 
1901, David Wadde'l Webster, J.P Forfar. Resi- 
dence — Broughty Ferry, N.B.), dau. of Thomas 
Haseley, of Brighton, and d. 10 April, 1894. 
Lady Mabel Emily Louisa (pat. of precedence, 1887), 
m. 1 Oct. 1892, Robert Standish Siener, and has 
issue. 

2. Henry .4ugustus Brudenell-Bruce, 5th Mar- 
quess of Ailesbury, b. 11 April, 1842 ; ni. 10 Nov. 
1870, Georgiana Sophia Maria (d. 23 June 1902), dau. 
of G. H. Pinckn.ay, of Tawstock Court, Devon, and d. 
10 March, 1911. Issue living — 

George William Ja.mes Chandos Brudenell- 
Bruce, pres. Marquess. 
Lady Ernestine Mary Alma Georgiana, m. 13 Jan. 



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[AIREDALE 



1898, Harry Brady Hunt, and lias issiu'. Epsidcnce 

. Lady Violet Louisa Marjory, ni. 9 July, 1907, James 
Binney (Club — Union), M.A., Camb., Barr.-at-law, 
Middle Temple, D.L., J. P., Cambs. Residence— 
Pampisford Hall, Cambridge. 

3. The late Commr. Lord Robert Thomas Brudenell- 
Bruee, R.X., b.25 Jan. 1845 ; m. March, 187S, Emma 
(Risidences — Stamford Lodge, Hayling Island ; 20, 
Braul'ort Gardens, S.W.), dau. of late Capel Hanbury 
Leigh, of Pont-y-Pool Park, Mon., and d. 15 Feb. 1912. 
Issue — 

1 . James Ernest John Brudenell-Bruce, M.A., LL.B. 
Camb., Barr.-at-law, b. 27 Feb. 1879. 

2. George Lionel Thomas Brudenell-Bruce, b. 26 
Aug. 1880. 

3. Capt. Robert Hanbury BrudeneJl- Bruce, Xorf. 
Regt., b. 24 Oct. 1881 ; m. 22 Oct. 1913, Olive Vera, 
eld. dau. of C. H. Richardson, of Cedar Hurst, co. 
Down. 

4. John Charles Brudenell-Bruce, b. 6 March, 1885. 

1. Frances Edith Agnes, ni. 30 Jan. 1907, Col. 
Herbert Anderton Foster, R.P.A., J.P. (Clubs — 
Arthur's; R.Y.S.), and has issue. Residence — 
Littlemoor, Queensbury, iir. Bradford. 

2. Gwyneth Marjorie. 

4. Lord Charles Frederick Brudenell-Bruce, M.A. 
Camb., J.P., C.CWilts, J.P.,Bcrks., late Maj. Roy .Wilts 
Yeo. : b. 4 March, 1849 ; m. 21 Aug. 1873, Margaret (d. 
11 Sept. 1913), dau. of James Renshaw, of Broughton, 
Lanes. Residence — 11, Gloucester Terrace, Regent's 
Park, N.W. Clubs — Athenseum ; St. James's. 

1. Lady Ernestine Mary, m. 31 Aug. 1865, William, 
3rd Earl of Listowel. 



AILSA, 3rd Marq. of. Great. 10 Sept. 1831 ; 
Barou Ailsa, 12 Nov. 1806 (U.K.); Earl of i 
Cassillis, 24 Oct. 1509 ; Baron Kennedy, 1452 i 
(S.) — Archibald Kennedy, s. of 2ncl Marq. 
B. at Culzean Castle, 1 Sept. 1847 ; m. 1st, 7 ' 
March, 1871, Hon. Evelyn (d. 26 July, 1888), 
dau. of 12th Baron Blantyre ; m. 2nd, 3 Nov. 
1891. Isabella, dau. of Hugh McMaster, of 
Kausani, N.W.P. India ; ensign Colds. Gds., 
1866. lieut. 1870, ret. same year ; sue. his father 
1870 : is hon. commander R.X.V.R. (Clyde 
div. ), also hon. lieut. R.N.R. ; late lieut. 
comdg. Clyde Brig. R.N.A.V. ; Hon. LL.D. Glas- 
gow Univ. ; D.L., J. P., Ayr. The 1st Baron 
Kennedy was one of the six regents of Scot- 
land during the minority of James III. Resi- 
dences — Culzean Castle, Ayr, N.B. ; 65, Lan- 
caster Gate, W. Clubs — Travellers' ; New 
(Edin. ) ; Western (Glasgow) ; R.Y.S. Issue — ■ 

1 Archibald Kennedy, IEarl of Cassillis, B.L., 
J. .P.. Ayr. ; b. 22 May, 1872 ; m. 30 April, 1903, 
Frances Eniily, :3rd dau. of Sir Mark John MacTag- 
gart-Stewart, Ist Bt. ; ed. at Eton and Camb. ; 
called to the Scottish Bar 1897 ; capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. 
Scots Fus. 1900. maj. 1911, ret. 1913; capt. Spec. 
Res. attached Roy. Scots Fus., 1914 ; served with line 
Batt. in S.A. war 1900-2 (Queen's medal with 3 
clasps and King's medal with 2 clasps). Residence — 
22, Charles Street, Beckeley Square, W. Club — White's. 

2. Lord Charles Kennedy, late lieut. 3rd Batt. 
Roy. Scots Fus. ; b. 10 April, 1875 ; served in S. Africa 
1900-1 (medal and clasps). 

3. Lord Angus Kennedy, b. 28 Oct. 1882; sub. lieut. 
H.M.Y. ZoiaiiP, 1914. 

4. Lord Hugh Kennedy, b. 19 Jan. 1895. 

1. Lady Aline, m. 17 Dec. 1901, John, 5th Baron 
Kilmaine. 

2. Lady Marjory. 
Archibald Kennedy, 2nd Maequess of Ailsa, K.T., 
b. Aug. 1816 ; m. 10 Nov. 1846, Julia (d. 11 Jan. 1899), 
dau. of Sir Richard Mounteney Jephson, Bt., and 
d. 20 March, 1870. Issue living — 

1. Archibald Kennedy, pres. Marquess. 

2. The late Lord Alexander Kennedy, hon. It.-col. 3rd 
Batt. Black Watch, b. 6 Oct. 1853 ; m. 21 April, 1881, 
Beatrice (Residence — White Cottage, Ascotl, eld. dau. 
of late George Tomline Gordon, D.L., J.P. of Cuckney, 
Notts, and d. 4 April, 1912. Issue — 

1. Irene Clare, m. 6 Dec. 1906, John Bell (Club^ 
Isthmian), J.P., N.R. Yorks. Residence — Park 
Lodge, Kimbolton, Hunts. 

2. Hermione Julia. 

3. The late Lord John Kennedy, lieut. 4th Batt. Roy. 
Scots Fus., b. 4 April, 1859 ; m. 12 Feb. 1890, Mary 
Adelaide (Residence — 9, Sloane Gate Mansions, 
D'Ovley Street, S.W.)dau. of Col. Alexander Lear- 
month, M.P., of Dean, co. Edinburgh, and d. 18 May, 
1895. 
1. Ladv Julia Alice, m. 15 Dec. 1869, Col. Robert Wil- 



liam Webb FoUett (Clubs — Guards'; Travellers'; Turf), 
late Colds. Gds. Residence — Woodside, Old Windsor. ' 

2. Lady Evelyn Anne, m. 5 Nov. 1885, Capt Sir Arthur 
Henderson Young, K.C.M.G. (see Knightage). 

3. Lady Constance Eleanor, m. 28 April, 1891, Col. Lionel 
Grimston Fawkes, J. P., Hants, late prof, of military 
topography, Roy. Mil. Acad., and has issue. Residence 
— The Elms, Bedliampton, llavant. 

AIRD, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 5 March, 1901. 
— Sir John Aird, s. of 1st Bt. B. 6 Nov. 
1861 ; m. 20 April, 1886, Alicia Ellen, dau. of 
James Hall Renton, of 39, Park Lane, W. ; 
sue. his father 1911 ; one of H.M.'s lieuts. for City 
of London ; maj. engr. and railway staff corps. ; 
served in Egypt 1884-5 (medal and clasp) ; has 
the grand cordon of the Medjidie, Imperial order 
of the Osmanieh, 2nd class. Residences — 22, 
Eaton Scjuare, S.W. ; Brandon Park, Suffolk. 
Clubs — Carlton ; Junior Carlton. Issue — 

1. John Renton Aird, Heir, b. 7 Aug. 1898. 

2. Joseph Maurice Aird, b. 3 Nov. 1904. 

1. NeUie Phyllis, m. 12 July, 1910, Capt. William 
Noel Cunlifle, late 3rd Batt. Shropshire L.I., and has 
issue. 

2. Evelyn Dorothy. 

Sir John Aird, 1st Bt., b. 3 Dec. 1833 ; founder of the 
firm of John Aird & Co., and constructor, among many 
other important works, of the Nile barrage and reser- 
voir at Assouan ; m. 6 Sept. 1855, Sarah (d. 4 April, 
1909), dau. of Benjamin Smith, of Lewisham. Kent, 
and d. 6 Jan. 1911. Issue — 

1. Sir John Aird, pres. Bt. 

2. Malcolm Rucker Aird, b. 4 Aug. 1872 ; m. 3 Nov. 
1898, Nellie Margaret, dau. of Jeremiah Dummett, of 
Porchester Terrace, W. Residence — 3, Hyde Park 
Square, W. Issue — 

1. Malcolm Henry Aird, b. 5 Nov. 1899. 

2. Ronald Aird, b. 4 May, 1902. 

3. Ian Basil Aird, b. 4 Jan. 1905. 

1. Ruth Sarah. 

2. Elizabeth. 

1. Sarah, m. 10 July, 1878, Basil Pym Ellis, who d. 5 
Oct. 1907, and has issue. Residence — Bevendean, 
Oxshott, Surrey. 

2. Jessie, m. 19 June, 1883, George NeiU Abernethy, 
M.I.C.E., J.P. (Clubs— Junior Carlton ; St. Stephen's ; 
Whitehall), and has issue. Residence — Broom Hall, 
Oxshott, Surrev. 

3. Ada Eleanor, m. 7 Feb. 1889, Louis Mi^ville, Barr.- 
at-law, and has issue. Residence — 6, Orme Square, W. 

4. Vida, m. 5 July, 1892, Rev. Edward Paterson 
Anderson, M.A., Vicar of St. John's, Paddington, and 
has issue. 

5. Gertrude. 

6. Dorothy, m. 8 June, 1899, Spyridion Mavrojani 
B.C.L., Barr.-at-law, and has issue. Residence — 
Clyro Court, Hay, 

Radnor. 

AIREDALE, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Great. 17 July, 
1907 ; Bt. 28 Aug. 1886. — Albert Ernest 
Kitson, s. of 1st Baron. B. 7 Oct. 1863 ; 
m. 23 Jan. 1890, Florence, dau. of Edward 
Schunck, of Gledhow Wood, Leeds ; sue. his 
father 1911; ed. at Camb. (B.A. 1886); J. P., 
N.R. Yorks ; is an iron and steel maniifacturer. 
Residences — Gledhow Hall, Leeds ; 3, Cadogan 
Square, S.W. Clubs — Bath : National Liberal ; 
Reform. Issue — 

1. Hon. Marguerite Emily. 

2. Hon. Florence Evelyn. 

3. Hon. Doris Claire. 

4. Hon. Enid. 

5. Hon. Violet. 

6. Hon. Thelma Eirene. 

7. Hon. Angela Estelle. 

James Kitson, 1st Baron Airedale, P.C, D.Sc, b. 
22 Sept. 1835 ; m. 1st, 20 Sept. 1860, Emily, Christiana 
(d 1873), dau. of Joseph Cliff, J.P. , of Wortley, Yorks ; 
m. 2nd, 1 June, 1881, Mary Laura (Residence — 
Stoner House, Petersfleld), dau. of late Edward Fisher 
Smitn, J.P., of the Priory, Dudley, and d. 16 March, 1911. 

1. Albert Ernest Kitson, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. James Clifford Kitson, Heir Pres., b. 
6 Dec. 1864. ^ , 

3. Hon. Edward Christian Kitson, M.A. Camb., b. 
30 Sept. 1873 ; m. 14 Feb. 1903, Mary Katharme, 
dau. of Samuel Hirst, of Scarborough, Yorks. Resi- 
(jence — Quarry Dene, Weetwood, Leeds. Issue— 

Cliristiue Annabel. 



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4. Hon. Roland Dudley Kitson, b. 19 July, 1882 ; 
B.A. Camb., J.P.,W.R. Yorks ; lieut. 7th and 8th Batts. 
(spec, reserve) W. Yorks Rcgt. ; m. 1 July, 1913, 
Sheila, dau. of late Frank Edward Vandeleur. Resi- 
dence — Roundhay Grange, Leeds. 

1. Hon. Emilv. Residence — 23, Upper Grosvenor 
Street, W. 

2. Hon. Alice Hilda. 

3. Hon. Olive Mary. 

AIRLIE, 9th Earl oL Creat. 2 April, 1G39 ; 
Baron Ogilvy of Airlie. 28 April. 1491 ; Baron 
Ogilvy of Alyth and Lintrathen, 2 April, 1039 
(S ) — David Lyulph Gore Wolseley 
Ogi-lvy, s. of the 10th Earl. B. 18 July, 1893; 
STIC, his father 1900 : 2nd lieut. 10th Hussars 
eince 1912. This family springs from a younger 
s. of Gilbert, Thane of Angus, who settled on the 
lands of Ogilvy ; the 1st Baron had been am- 
bassador from' Scotland to Denmark ; his 7tli 
successor received the Earldom of Airlie with 
remainder to his heirs male succeeding to his 
estates; but several of these were attainted for 
their share in the cause of Prince Charles Edward. 
The Gth Earl, however, received a contirmation 
of his hereditary dignities by act of parliament, 
1826. Residences — Cortachy Castle, Airlie Castle, 
and Auchterhouse, Forfarshire ; Tulchan Lodge, 
Glenisla. N.B. 

David Graham Drummond Ogilvy, 7th Earl of Airlie, 
K.T., b. 4 May, 1826 : m. 23 Sept. 1851, Henrietta 
Blanche (Residence— Airlie Castle, Alyth, N.B.), 2nd 
dau. of 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley {see Sheffield, B.), 
and d. 25 Sept. 1881. Issue — 

1. David William Stanley Ogilvy, 8th Earl of 
Airlie, b. 20 Jan. 1856 ; m. 19 Jan. 1888, Lady Mabel 
Frances Elizabeth Gore (an extra Lady of the Bed- 
chamber to H.M. Queen Mary. Residence — Cortachy 
Castle, Kirriemuir. N.B. ), dau. of 5th Earlof Arran, 
and was killed in action near Pretoria, 11 June, 1900, 
when in command of the 12th Lancers. Issue — 

1. David Lyulph Gore Wolseley, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Bruce ARTHtm Ashley Ogilvy, Heir 
Pres., b. 18 March, 1895: 2nd lieut. 12th Hussars. 

3. Hon. Patrick Julian Harry Stanley Ogilvy, b. 
26 June, 1896 ; 2nd lieut. Scots Gds., 1914. 

1. Lady Kitty Edith Blanche, m. 18 Sept. 1906, 
Maj. Berkeley Vincent, 6th Dragoons (Club — Army 
and Navy), and has issue. 

2. Lady Helen Alice Wyllington, m. 25 Nov. 1909, 
Maj. Hon. Clement Bertram Ogilvy Freeman-Mitford 
(see Redesdale, B.). 

3. Lady Mabel Griselda Esther Sudley. 

2. Hon. "Lyulph Gilchrist Stanley Ogilvy, D.S.O. 
(1900), b. 25 June, 1861 ; 2nd lieut. Scottish Horse; 
served in S. Africa, 1899-1901 as capt., Brabant's 
Horse ; m. 27 Aug. 1902, Edith Gertrude (d. 
April, 1908), dau. of Philip Henry Boothroyd, J. P., 
of Loveland, Colorado, U.S.A. Residence — Denver, 
Colorado, U.S.A. Issue — 

Jack David Angus Ogilvy, b. 18 June, 1903. 
Blanche Edith Maud. 

1. Lady Henrietta Blanche, m. 28 Sept. 1878, Col. Sir 
Henry Montague Hozier, K.C.B., who d. 28 Feb. 1907. 
Residence — ■ 

2. Lady Clementina Gertrude Helen, m. 31 Dec. 1874, 
Algernon Bertram, 1st Baron Redesdale (whom see^ 

3. Lady Maud Josepha, m. 12 Oct. 1886, Theodore 
George'Williani Whyte, of Estes Park, U.S.A., who d. 
29 March, 1903. Residence — Bideford, N. Devon. 

4. Lady Griselda Johanna Helen, m. 22 Dec. 1897, 
James " Cheape, D.L. Residence — Strathtyruni, St. 
Andrew's, N.B. 

AITHRIE, Vise. .See Linlithgow, Marq. of. 



ALBANY, Duke of. See Royal Family. 



ALBEMARLE, 8th Earl oL Creat. 10 Feb. 
1090 ; Vise. Bury and Baron Ashford, 1090 
(E.); K.C.V.O. 1909 ; C.B. (mil.) 1900; M.V.O. 
1901. — Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel, s. of 
7th Earl. B. 1 June, 1858; m. 4 Jan. 1881, 
Hon. Gertrude Lucia, o. c. of last Earl Eger- 
ton of Tatton ; sue. his father 1894 ; ed. at 
Eton ; late col. commdt. Civil Service Rifles 
(vol.) ; late hon. col. 4th and 5th Batts. Norfolk 
Regt. (M.), 2nd V.B. Norfolk Regt., and brig.- 
gen. comdg. Norfolk Vol. Inf. Brig. ; It. -col. 



in the army ; It. -col. res. of officers ; formerly 
lieut. Scots Gds. and Dorset mil. ; commanded 
the infantry of the C.I.V. during the S.A. 
war (mention in despatches, medal and four 
clasps); VD. ; Col. A.D.C. to the King; 
A.D.C. to King Edward 1903-10;' rail. memb. 
Norfolk Terr. Force A.ssocn. : D.L.. J.P., Norfolk ; 
M.P. Birkenhead 1892, until he sue. to the peer- 
age. The family of Keppel was originally seated 
in Guelderland, where it was notable for its 
privileges and antiquity. Arnold Joost van 
Keppel Lord of Voorst came over with the Prince 
of Orange, by whom he was held in the highest 
esteem, and after that Prince's accession to the 
throne, was created Earl of Albemarle and received 
the Order of the Garter. The 2nd Earl was a 
distinguished general. Ambassador at the Court 
of Versailles, and K.G. The 3rd Earl was K.G., 
a General, and A.D.C. to the Duke of Cumberland 
at Culloden. Residences — Quidenham Park, 
Attleborough, Norfolk ; 39. Belgrave Square, 
S.W. Clubs — Guards' ; Marlborough ; Carlton ; 
Turf. Issue — 

1. Walter Egerton George Luciax. Keppel, Vis- 
count Bury, b. 28 Feb. 1882 ; m. 9 June, 1909, Lady 
Judith Sydney Myee Wynn-Carrington, dau. of 1st 
Marq. of Lincolnshire, K.G. (whom see) : lieut. Scots 
Gds. 1903, capt. 1910 ; spec, reserve 1912 ; late lieut. 
Norfolk Art. (M.) ; maj. 2nd in command Hood 
Batt. 2nd Naval Brig. ; A.D.C. to Earl Grey, Gov.- 
of Canada, 1904-5 ; A.D.C. to Gov.-Gen. of India, 
1906 ; A.D.C. to Gov. of Orange River Colony, 1907-8 ; 
A.D.C. to Gov.-Gen. of Australia (Lord Denman), since 
191] ; contested Altrincham div. of Cheshire 1910. 
Residence — 1, Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs — Guards' ; 
Marlborough ; Turf. Issue — 

Hon. Derek WilliaTii Charles Keppel, b. 17 Dec.1911. 
Hon. Cecilia Klizalxth. 

2. Hon. Arnold .luost William Keppel, b. i Aug. 1884 ; 
2nd Lieut. Roy. Flying Corps, 1914 ; spec, correspon- 
dent for The Times in Persia, 1911. 

3. Hon. Rupert Oswald Derek Keppel. lieut. Colds. 
Gds., b. 27 July, 1886. 

4. Hon. Albert Edward George Arnold Keppel (sponsor 
King Edward Vll), b. 12 Jan. 1898. 

1. Lady Elizabeth Mary Gertrude. 
George Thomas Keppel, 6th Earl of Albemarle, 
gen. in the army, b. 13 June, 1799 ; m. 4 Aug. 1831, 
Susan (d. 3 Aug. 1885), dau. of Sir Coutts Trotter, 1st 
Bart, and d. 21 Feb. 1891. Issue— 
William Coutts Keppel, 7th Earl of Albemarle, 
P.C, K.C.M.G., b. 15 April, 1832 ; m. 15 Nov. 1855, 
Sophia Mary (Residence — 53, Lowndes Sciuare, S.W.), 
2nd dau. of Hon. Sir Allan Napier McNab, 1st Bt., 
Prime Minister of Canada, and d. 2S Aug. 1894. 
Issue — 

1. Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel, pres. Earl. 

2. Lt.-Col. Hon. Sir Derek William George Keppel, 
K.C.V.O. (see Knightage). 

3. Capt. Hon. George Keppel, M.V.O., 4cl. (1909),res. 
of officers, formerly lieut. Gordon Highlrs. ; b. 14 
Oct. 1865 : m. 1 June, 1891, Alice Frederica, 8th 
dau. of Adm. Sir William Edmondstone, 4th Bt. 
Residence — 16, Grosvenor Street, W, Clubs — Marl- 
borough : St. James's. Issue — 

1. Violet. 

2. Sonia Rosemary. 

1. Lady Theodora, m. 1 Feb. 1887, Col. William Leslie 
Davidson, C.B, Residence — 5, St. George's Square. 
S.W. 

2. Lady Hilda Mary. 

3. Lady Leopoldina Olivia, a nun. 

4. Lady Susan Mary, ni. 27 April, 1896, Sir Walter 
Beaupre Townley, K.C.M.G. {see Knightage). 

5. Lady Florence Cecilia, m. 24 July, 1902,.Capt.Wil- 
liam Henry Dudley Boyle, R.N. (Club— United 
Service), naval jittache at Rome. Residence- 
British Embassy, Rome. 

Lady Louisa, m. 30 Nov. 1864, late Capt. Hon. Fred- 
erick William Charteris, R.N. (se^ Wemyss, B. of). 

ALBU, 1st Bi. (U.K.). Creat. 12 Feb. 1912. 
— Sir George Albu. s. of late Simom Albu 
of Berlin, and Fannv Sternberg. B. in Berlin 26 
Oct. 1857 ; m. 9 Jan. 1888, Ciertrude Friederike 
Alice, dau. of Max Rosendorfl ; ed. at Berlin ; is 
chairman of General Mining and Finance Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., and managing dii-ector in Johannes- 
burg ; Residences — 0, Grosvenor Place, S.W. ; 
Northwards, Park Town, Johannesburg, S. Africa. 
Clubs — Rand ; Kimberley ; Pretoria. Issue — 

1. Walter George Albu, b. 23 July. 1892. 



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2. George Werner Albu, b. 3 

1. Cliarlottc Prederike. 

2. Katherine Victoria. 

3. Alice Erna. 

4. Irene Elsie. 



ALDENHAM, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 31 
Jan. 1890. — Alban Geobge Henry Oibbs, 
8. of 1st Baron. B. 23 April, 1840; m. 18 Feb. 
1873, Bridget (d. 27 Feb. 1890), dau. of the 
Rt. Hon. Alexander James Beresford-Hope, 
M.P. ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; B.A. 1870, M.A. 
1873 ; sue. his father 1907 ; partner in the firm 
of Antony Gibbs & Sons since 1873 ; D.L., Lon- 
don, M.P. for the City of London 1892-1906; 
re-elected Jan. 1906 and ret. Feb. in favour of 
Rt.'Hon. A. J. Balfour. This family, wliich is of 
ancient lineage, was settled in Devon and War- 
wickshire in the time of Richard II. Residences 
— The Manor House, Clifton Hampden, Abing- 
don ; Aldenham House, Elstree ; 37, Portland 
Place, W. Clubs — Carlton ; Travellers'. Issue- 

1. Hon. Gerald Henry Beresford Gibbs, Heir, 
B.A. O.xford, b. 9 Jan. 1879 ; m. 9 May, 1905, Lillie 
Caroline, dau. Rev. William Thomas Houldsworth, 
late Vicar of St. Andrew's, Wells Street ; ed. at Eton 
and O.xford. Residence — 41, Connaught Square, W. 
Clubs — Bachelors' : Carlton. 

1. Hon. Catherine Louisa. 

2. Hon. Mildred Dorothea. 

Henry Hucks Gibbs, 1st Baron Aldenham, M.A., b. 
31 Aug. 1819 : m. 6 Mav, 1845, Louisa Anne (d. 17 April, 
1897) dau. of William Adams, LL.D., of Thorpe, Surrey, 
and d. 13 Sept. 1907. Issue living — 

1. Alban George Henry Gibbs, present Barou. 

2. Hon. Vicary Gibbs, B.A. Oxford, Barr.-at-law, Lin- 
coln's Inn, 1880, b. 12 May, 1853 ; partner in firm 
of Antony Gibbs & Sons, merchants ; J. P., Herts. ; 
M.P. (C.) Mid. Herts 1892-1904 ; contested Bradford 
(centr. dlvn.) 1906. Residences — Aldenham House, 
Elstree ; 12, Upper Belgrave Street, S.W. Clubs — 
Athenaeum; Carlton. 

3. Hon. Herbert Cokayno Gibbs, M.A. Camb., b. 14 
May, 1854 ; m. 12 Feb. 1885, Anna Maria, dau. and 
co-Iieiress of Richard Durant, of Sharpham, Devon, 
and High Canons, Herts. ; ed. at Winchester and 
Camb. ; memb. of firm of Antony Gibbs & Sons ; 
high sheriff, Herts., 1913 ; dep. chairmn. Public Works 
Loan Board since 1908. Residence — 9, Portman 
Square, W. Clubs — Carlton ; Junior Carlton. Issue — 

1. Walter Durant Gibbs, lieut. Herts. Yeo., b. 11 
Aug. 1888. 

2. Geoffrey Cokayne Gibbs, b. 20 July, 1901. 

3. Humphrey Vicary Gibbs, b. 22 Nov. 1902. 

1. Winifred Marian, m. 23 July, 1912, Charles 
Edward Ponsonby (see De Matjley, B.). 

2. Barbara Louisa. 

3. RosaUnd Mary. 

4. Ven. The Hon. KennethFrancis Gibbs, M.A. Oxford, 
F.S.A., Archdn. of St. Albans since 1909, Cliaplain 
Terr. Force, b. 2 April, 1856 ; m. 5 June, 1894, Mabel 
Alice, dau. of Charles Edward Barnett, of Edge Grove, 
Aldenham ; ed. at Wincliester and Oxford ; ord. 
deacon 1880 ; Curate of St. Andrews', Wells Street, 
1880-4 ; Vicar of Aldenham 1884-1913 ; rural dean 
of Watford 1898-1909 ; hon. canon of St. Albans 
1900-9. Residence— The Old Rectory, Hatfield. 
Club — Athcnoeum. Issue — 

1. Leonard Charles Michael Gibbs, b. 29 Sept. 1896. 

2. Raymond Kenneth Gibbs, b. 17 Sept. 1901. 

3. Bernard Vicary Gibbs, b. 2 Jan. 1905. 

4. Andrew Antliony Gibbs, b. 31 March, 1914. 

1. Dorothea Louisa. 

2. Anstice Rosa. 

5. The late Hon. Henry Lloyd Gibbs, one of H.M. 
lieuts. for City of London, b. 21 July, 1861 ; m. 17 Aug. 
1887, Alice Mary (Residence — 10, Lennox Gardens, 
S.W.), dau. of Gen. Charles Crutchley, of Sunningliill 
Park, Berks., and d. 14 Sept. 1907. Issue — 

1. Maurice Antony Crutchley Gibbs, b. 9 June, 
1888 ; m. 10 Jan. 1912, Elma, dau. of Sir Wil- 
liam Gordon Gordon-Cumming, 4tli Bt. (whom see). 
Residence — Melbourne, Australia. Issue living. 
Daphne Marian. 
Helen Bridget. 
1. Hon. Edith Caroline. Residence — 12, Upper Bel- 
grave Street, S.W. 



ALEXANDER, Vise. See Caledon, Earl of. 



I ALEXANDER, Snd Bt., of Ballochmyle, 

(U.K.). Creat. 13 Feb. 1886.— Sir Claud 
Alexander, s. of 1st Bt. B. 24 Feb. 1807 ; 
m. 1st, 14 Dee. 1889, Lady Diana Montgomerie, 
dau. of the 14th Earl of Eglinton and Winton, 
from whom he obtained a divorce 1894 (slie m. 
.?ame year H. K. Allison) ; m. 2nd, 28 Jan. 1890, 
Rachel Belasyse. dau. of the Rev. Henry Holden. 
D.D., rector of South Luffenham, Rutland ; sue. 
his father 1899 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; late 
lieut. 3rd Batt. Roy. Scots Fus. (M.); J.P., 
Ayr. Residences — Ballochmyle, Mauchline, Ayr- 
shire ; Fay gate Wood, Sussex. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Wilfred Archibald Alexander, Heir, b. 6 Oct. 
1892. 

Issue by 2nd m, — 

2. Claud Alexander, b. 4 June, 1897. 

3. Boyd Alexander, b. 3 Dec. 1902. 
1. Willielmina. 

Maj.-Gen. Sir Claud Alexander, 1st Bt., M.P., 
D.L., J.P., b. 15 Jan. 1831 ; m. 12 Feb. 1863, Eliza 
(Residence — 24, Old Queen Street, S.W. ), o. dau. of 
Alexander Speirs, M.P., of Elderslie, Renfrew, and'd. 
23 May, 1899. Issue— 
Sir Claud Alexander, 2nd Bt. 



ALEXANDER, 6th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 11 
Dec. 1809. — Sir Lionel Cecil Willi.\m Alex- 
ander, s. of 5th Bt. B. 23 Sept. 1885 ; m. 
15 Dec. 1908, Noorouz Weston, dau. of Sir 
Ernest Cable (see Knightage) ; sue. his father 
1896 : lieut. 3rd Batt. Shropshire L.I. 1904, 
lieut. 2nd Batt. Gren. Gds. 1908-9, capt. 23rd 
Batt. London Regt. (T.F.), since 1911. This 
faniity is the elder branch of the family of Alex- 
ander, to which the Earls of Calecion belong. 
Residence — Club — 

Guards'. Issue — • 

Desmond William Lionel Alexander, h. at Shute 

Hill, Teignmouth, 4 Oct. 1910. 
Sir John Wallis Alexander, 4th Bt., b. 1 Oct. 
1800 ; m . 1st, 18 May, 1857, Lady Lepd Chariotte Phipps, 
(d. 29 Jan. 1869), sister of 1st Marquess of Normanby ; 
m. 2nd, 22 Aug. 1877, PiIary Kathlee.v (Residence — 
), dau. of Rev. John 
Dreaper, of Northampton, and d. 25 Oct. 1888. 
Sir William Ferdinand Alexander, 5th Bt. 
(cousin of 4th Bt.), b. 15 Oct. 1845 ; m. 27 Nov. 1884, 
Edith, dau. of George Frederick Heriot La Fargue, 
of Boswortli Hall, Leics., and d. 13 Feb. 1896 ; his 
widow. Lady Alexander (Residence — 6, Morpeth Man- 
sions, Westminster, S.W.) m. 2nd, Rev.Frederick William 
Thurlow, M.A. Camb., curate of Holy Trinity, Kensington 
Gore, since 1906. Issue — 

Sir Lionel Cecil William Alexander, pres. Bt. 

ALFORD, Vise. See Bbownlow, Earl. 

ALGOMA (Canada), 3rd Bishop of. —Right 
Rev. George Thobneloe, D.C.L., D.D., s. of 
Rev. James Thorneloe, missionary in Canada. 
Ed. at Bishop's Coll., Lennoxville, Canada ; 
ord. 1874, priest 1875 ; S.P.G. Incumbent of 
Stanstead, Quebec, 1874-85 ; rector of Sher- 
brooke, Quebec, 1885-96 ; canon of Quebec 
Cathedral, 1888-90 ; elec. bishop Dec. 1890. 
Residence — Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. 



AMEER ALI, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1909 ; 
CLE. 1887. — Rt. Hon. Syed Ameer All s. 
of Syed Saadat Ali, of Mohan, Oudh, by Begum 
Omdat un-Nissa, dau. of Syed Shams uddin 
Khan, of Oudh. B. in Behar, April, 1849 ; 
m. 21 Oct. 1884, Isabella Ida, dau. of H. Konstam, 
of Gloucestejr Place, Portman Square ; ed. at 
Hooghly Coll. and Calcutta Univ. M.A. : hon. 
LL.D. Camb. 1910 ; called to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, 1873 ; presidency magistrate of Cal- 
cutta 1878 ; chief presidency magistrate 1879 ; 
Tagore Law professor of the Calcutta Univ. 1884 ; 
lecturer on Mahommedan Law at the Presidency 
Coll., Calcutta, 1873-8 ; Member Legislative 
Council, Bengal, 1878-9, and 1881-3; member of 
the Supreme Legislative Council of India 1883-5 ; 
inember of the commission on the ex-King of 



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Oudhs attairs 1879 ; pres. of the Committee of 
Management of the Mohsin Endowment 187(3- 
1904 : pres. of the Faculty of Law, Calcutta L^niv. 
1891-2. and puisne judge of the High Court of 
Judicature. Bengal 1890-1904 ; memb. of the 
Advisory Committee for Indian Students ; memb. 
cf the judicial Committee of the Privy Council 
since 1909. Residences — 2. Cadogan Place, 
S.W. : Tlie (/ottoge, Grafham. Sussex. Club — 
Reform. Issue — 

1. NYARis Ameer-Ali, I.C.S., b. 12 Oct. 1886; Res. 
Magistrate, Mnradabari , U.P.. India. 

2. torick Amwr-Ali, b. 9 June, 1891. 

ALINGTON, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 15 Jan. 
1870: K.t'.V.O. 1909; C.V.O. 1905. — Hum- 
phrey N.4P1ER Stubt. s. of 1st Baron. B. 
20 Aug. 1859 ; m. 25 June, 1883, Lady Feo- 
dorowna Yorke (has Order of Mercy), dau. of 
Charles, 5th Earl of Hardwicke (whom see) ; sue. 
his father 1904 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford : M.P. 
for East Dorset 1892-1904; late lieut. Dorset 
Yeo. Cav. ; D.L., J. P., C.C, Dorset. Residence.s 
— 38, Portn:ian Square, W. ; Crichel. Wimborne, 
Dorset. Clubs — Carlton ; Marlborough ; Turf ; 
White's. Issue — 

1. Hon. Gerakd Philip Montagu Napier Stukt, 
Heik, b. 9 April, 1893 ; lieut. Colds. Gds. since 1912. 

2. Hon. Napier George Henry Sturt, b. 1 Nov. 1896. 

1. Hon. Diana Isabel, m. 13 July, 1908, Hon. Henry 
Brougliam (see Brougham and Vaux, B.). 

2. Hon. Lois. 

Henry Gekaf.d Sturt. 1st Baron Alington, b. 16 
May, 182.5 : m. 1st, 10 Sept. 1853,. Lady Augusta 
Bingham (d. 3 July. 1888), dau. of 3rd Earl of 
Lucan ; m. 2nd, 10 Feb. 1892, Evelyn Henrietta 
(Residence — 41. Portland Place, W.), dau. of late 
Henry Blundell Leigli, of Luton Hoo, Beds, and d. 17 
Feb. 1904. Issue living— 

Humphrey Napier Sturt, pres. Baron. 
Hon. Mildred Cecilia Harriet, m. 1st, 30 April, 1892, 
Henrv Artbur, Viscount Chelsea (see Cadogan, E.), 
who d. 2 July, 1908 : m. 2nd, 18 April, 1910, Viec- 
Adm. the Hon. Sir Hedworth Meux, G.C.B. (see Knight- 
age). 

ALISON, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Croat. 25 June, 
1852. — Sir- Archib.a.ld Alison, s. of 2nd Bt. 
B. 20 May, 1802 ; m. 20 Jan. 1888, Georgina 
Sarah Anne. dau. of J. Bond-Cabbell, of Cromer 
Hall, Norfolk : sue. liis father 1907 ; ed. at Eton 
and Sandhurst ; capt. Rifle Brig. ; was Colonial 
Sec. of Bermuda, 1888-1900, and A.D.C. to Gov. 
of W. Australia. The 1st Bt. was the author 
of The Histonj of Europe, Life of Marl- 
borough, etc. ; and was created a Bt. in acknow- 
ledgment of his historical and other literary 
works. Residence — Fossil House, Wimbledon. 
Club — Boodle's. Is.sue — 

1. Lieut. Archibald Alison, R.N., Heik, b. 5 Nov. 
1888. 

2. George Nevrdegato Alison, lieut. Siaforth Higlilrs., 
b. 28 Nov. 1889. 

3. Frederick Black Alison sub-lieut. R.N., b. 5 Aug. 
1893. 

Gen. Sir Archibald Alison, 2nd Bt., 6.C.B., LL.D., 
b. 21 Jan. 1826 ; ni. 18 Nov. 1858, Jane (d. 15 July. 1909) 
o. dau. of James Black, of Dolmonock, N.B., and d. 
5 Feb. 1907. Issue living — 

1. Sir Archibald Alison, pres. Bt. 

1, Margaret Frances, ni. 16 Oct. 1884, Maj.-Gen. 
Charles Walker Robinson, C.B. (see Robinson of 
Toronto. Bt.). 

2. Elizabetli Glencairn, m. 20 June, 1892, Lt.-Col. 
Douglas John Gaisford. Residence — The Grove, Duu- 
boyne, co. Meatli. 

S.'Geraldine Eugenie, m. 29 April, 1893, Rear-Adm. 
Julian AJIeyne Baker, R.N. Residence — Rowden 
House, Bromyard, Hereford. 

4. Florence Jane, m. 16 Oct. 1901, Lt.-Col. Louio 
Samuel Hyde Baker, late Ind. Army. Residence — 
Caughley, Budleigh Saltcrton. 



HAVELOCK-ALLAN, 2nd Bt., of Lucknow, 

(U.K.). (Jreat. 22 Jan. 1858.— Sir Henry 
Spencer MnRETON Havelock -Allan, s. of 1st 
Bt. B. 30 Jan. 1872 ; m. 12 Nov. 1903. Edith, 



dau. of the late T. C. J. Sowerby. of Snow Hall, 
Darlington ; sue. his father Dec'. 31, 1897 ; maj. 
4th Batt. Durham L.I. : M.P. (L.) Bishop Auck- 
land Div. of Durham and Pari. Priv. Sec. to the 
Chanc. of the Duchv of Lancaster (Rt. Hon. J. A. 
Pease) 1910-13: for some time Pari. Priv. Sec. 
to Under-Sec. of State for India (Hon. E. S. Mon- 
tagu) ; D.L., J.P., Durham ; J.P., North R. 
Yorks ; memb. Durham Terr. Force Association. 
The father of the 1st Bt., Sir Henry Havelock, 
who distinguished himself at Cawnpore and Luck- 
now during the Indian Mutiny, was creat. K.C.B. 
and a Bt., with a pension of £1,000 a year, but 
d. before these honours were announced to him. 
The Baronetcy was conferred on his son, the late 
Bt. (who assumed the additional surname of 
Allan) with remainder (failing heirs male of his 
body) to the heirs male of the body of his father. 
He was one of the most striking military figures 
of his time, and was described as the bravest man 
in the British army. For distinguished per- 
sonal bravery whilst serving as A.D.C. to his 
father during the Indian ^Mutiny, he gained the 
Victoria Cross ; met his death at the hands of 
the Afridis, whilst visiting the advanced post in 
a private capacity during the North-West Fron- 
tier campaign, 1897. He sat in the House of 
Commons for sixteen years as member for Sun- 
derland and Durham. Residence — Blackwell 
Grange, Darlington. Clubs — Brooks's ; York- 
shire. 

The late Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B. , b. 9 April, 1795 ; 

ni. 9 Feb. 1829, Hannah Shepherd (d. 25 Aug. 1882), 

dau. of Rev. Joshua Marshman, D.D., and d. 24 Nov. 

1857. Lady Havelock, after her husband's death, was 

by Royal Order, granted the same title and precedence 

which she would have enjoyed had he been created a 

Bt. Issue — 

1. Gen. Sir Hentiy Marshman Havelock- Allan, 

1ST Bt.. V.C, b. 6 Aug. 1830 ; m. 10 May, 1865, 

Lady Alice Moreton (Residence — 8, Hertford Street 

W.), dau. of Henry, 2nd Earl of Ducie, and d. 30 

Dec. 1897. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry Spencer Moreton Havelock- Allan, 
pres. Bt. 

2. Allan Havelock-Allan, Heir Pres., b. 30' 
March, 1874, lieut. late 1st N.R.Yorkshire Art. ; nu 
30 May, 1897. Annie Julia, dau. of Sir William' 
Chaytor, 3rd Bt. (m. dissolved Dec. 1913). Issue — 

1. Henrs- Ralph Moreton Havelock-Allan, b. 30 
Aug. 1899. 

3. Anthonv James Allan Havelock-Allan, b. 2& 
Feb. 1904." 

1. Hope Aline. 

2. Barbara Jean. 

1. Ethel, m. 18 Oct. 1886. The Right Hon. Joseph 
' Albert Pease. 



ALL ANSON, Baron. See Headley-, B.aeon. 

ALLEN, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1912. — 
Rt. Hon. Charles Peter Allen, s. of Peter Allen, 
of Manchester, by Sophia Russell, dau. of John 
Edward Taylor. B. at Sedgley Park, Prest- 
wich, 2 Dec". 1861 : m. 24 April. 1890. Evelina 
Caroline, dau. of late Alfred Barker of Elmfield, 
Eslier, and of Constantinople ; ed. at Rugby and 
Oxford : M.A. : Barr.-at-law, Inner Temple,. 
1888; M.P. (L.) :Mid-Glouc3. from 1900; parly, 
cliarity commr. since 1910 ; D.L. Gloucs. Resi- 
dences — Farmhill Park. Stroud : 37. Grosvenor 
Place, S.W. Club — National Liberal ; Reform ^ 
Union (Manchester): Royal Anglesea Yacht. 



ALLENDALE of Allendale and Hexham, 1st 
Viscount. Creat. 5 Julv, 1911; Baron (U.K. ): 
20 July, 1906 ; P.C. 1907. — Went-worth 
Canning Blackett Be.vumont, s. of 1st Baron. 
B. 2 Dec. 1860; m. 12 Nov. 1889. Lady Alex- 
andrina Louisa Maud Vane-Tempest, dau. of 
otli Marq. of Londonderrv ; sue. his father 
1907 ; ed. at Eton and Camb. : D.L.. J.P., North- 
umberland and J. P. for W.R. Yorks. ; late 
capt. and hon. maj. Yorks. Hussars I.Y. ; Vice- 
Chamberlain to H.M.'s Houseliold Dec. 1905:. 



PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS [ALVERSTONE 

ALLEYNE, 4tli Bt. (G.B.). Great. U April, 
1769. — Sir John .AIeynell Alleynk, .s. of late 
Reynold Henry Newton Alleyne, B. 11 Aug. 
1889; midshipman R.N. 1906 ; sub-lieut. 1909^'; 
lieut. sinc3 1910 ; sue. hia grandfather 1912. 
The 1st Bt. was president of the Assembly 
for St. Andrew's, in Barbados, for several years. 
Residences — C'hevin, Belper, Derbyshire ; 27, 
Drayton Court, S. Kensington. 
Sir John Gay Xewton Alleyne, 3ud Bt., J. P., vice- 
pres. of Iron and Stt-el Institute, b. 8 Sept. 1820 ; lu. 
11 Marcli, 1851, Augusta Isabella (d. 9 Sept. 1910), 
dau. of Sir Henry FitzHerbert, 3rd Bt., and d. 20 Feb. 
1912. Issue— 

1. The late Reynold Henry Newton Alleyne, b. Ifi May, 
1852 ; m. 4 .Tan. 1879, Susanna (Residenci's — Ch.-vin, 
Belper, Derbyshire ; 27, Drayton Court, S. Kmsing- 
ton), dau. of John Mevnell, of Mi-ynell Lant;ley, 
Deroy. and d. 6 April, 1908. Issue — 

1. SiK John Meynell Alleyne, pres. Bt. 

2. Lieut. Reynold Meynell Alleyne, Heir 
Pkes., R.X., b. 6 March, 1892. 

1. Augusta. 

2. Eleanor. 

3. Alice, ni. 10 June, 1911. Cliarles Tertius MacLean 
Plowriglit, M.B., B.C., and has issue. Residence — 
King's Lynn, Xorfolk. 

4. Ida. 

5. Kathleen. 

1. Agnes Rebecca Augusta, m. 7 Sept. 1880, Frederick 
Channer Corfield, J.P., who d. 4 Dec. 1904, and 
has issue. Residence — Chatwall Hall, Leebotwood, 
Shrewsbury. 

2. Judith.'m. 7 Sept. 1880, William de Burgh Jessop, 
J. P., who d. 10 April, 1894, and has issue. Residence 
—Overton Hall, Ashover, Chesterfield. 

3. Rebecca Olton, m. 7 Xov. 1883, Frederic Charles 
Arkwright, D.L., J.P., Derby, and has issue. 
Residence — Willersley, Matlock. 

4. Mary. 

5. Grace. 

6. Augusta. 

7. Katharine Oetavia. 



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capt. of the Yeomen of the Guard 1907-11 ; a 
Lord-in-Waiting since 1911 ; chairman North- 
umberland Terr. Force Assocn. ; M.P. (L.) Hex- 
ham Div. of Northumberland 1895-07, when he 
■sue. to the title; contested Wakefield 1885. 
Residences — Bretton Park, Wakefield : Bywell 
Hall. Stocksfield-on-Tyne : 144, Piccadilly, W. 
Clubs — Travellers' ; Turf ; Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Hon. Wentworth Henry Canning Beaumont> 
Heir, lieut. 2nd Life Gds., b. 6 Aug. 1890 ; ed. at Eton 
and Camb. 

2. Hon. Ralph Edward Blackett Beaumont, b. 12 Feb. 
1901. 

1. Hon. Margaret Helen. 

2. Hon. Aline Mary de Burgh. 

3. Hon. Agatha Violet. 
Wentworth Blackett Beaumont, 1st Baron Allen- 
dale, M.P., D.L., J.P., li. 11 April, 1829; m. 1st, 
6 March, 1856, Ladv Margaret Amv de Buruli (d. 31 
March, 1888), dau. of Uliek, 4tli Marq, <>i Chmricarde ; 
m. 2nd, 17 Feb. 1891, Edith Althea (Residence— 32, 
Queen Anne's Gate, S.W.), dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Henry 
Meade Hamilton, C.B., and widow of Gen. Sir George 
Pomeroy Colley, K.C.S.I., and d. 13 Feb. 1907. Issue 
living by 1st m. — 

1. Wentworth Canning Blackett Beaumont, 2nd 
Baron and pres. Vise. 

2. Maj. Hon. Edward dc Grey Beaumont, late 16th 
Lancers, b. 2 March, 1862. 

3. Hon. Hubert George Beaumont, B.A. O.xford, M.P. 
<L.) Eastbourne, 1906-10 ; b. 6 April, 1864 ; m. 26 
May, 1900, Elisa Mercedes, dau. of Michael Paul Grace, 
of Battle Abbey, Sussex. Resilences — 6, Bucking- 
ham Gate, S.W. : Wotton House, Aylesbury. Issue — 

Michael Wentworth Beaumont, b. 8 Feb. 1903. 

1. Hon. Margaret Harriet, m. 19 May, 1881, Copleston 
Richard George, 3rd Baron Poltimore. 

2. Hon. Amy Virginia, m. 2 Xov. 1880, Edward, 2nd 
Baron Brabourne. 



ALLERTON, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 17 July, 
1902; P.C. (G. B.) 1890.— William Lawies 
Jackson, s. of William Jackson, of Leeds. 
B. 16 Feb. 1840 ; m. 10 Oct. 1860, Grace (d. 27 
March, 1901), dau. of George Tempest; ed. pri- 
vately ; was a large leather merchant and 
tanner at Leeds ; M.P. Leeds (North) 1880 until 
he was raised to the peerage ; unsuccessfully con- 
tested the borough 1876 ; Financial Sec. to the 
Treasury 1880-91 ; Chief Sec. for Ireland 1891-2 ; 
chrmn. Great Northern Rly. ; J. P., Yorks. W.R. 
and Leeds ; mayor of Leeds 1895—6 ; F.R.S. ; 
Provincial Grand Master Yorks, W.R. ; chrmn. 
Roy. Commn. on Coal Resources ; elected Fourth 
Warden of the Shipwrights' Company, 1912. 
Residences — AUerton Hall, Chapel Allerton, 
Leeds ; 41, Cadogan Scjuare, S.W. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Athenaeum ; St. Stephen's. Issue — 

1. Hon. George Herbert Jackson, Heir, b. 20 Jan. 
1867 ; ed. at Rugby ; m. 27 Sept. 1899, Katherine 
Louisa, dau. of William Wickham Wickham, of Boston 
.Spa, Yorks. Residence — The Firs, Wetherby. Issue- 
George William Lawies, b. 23 July, 1903. 
Dorothy Grace. 
:2. Hon. Francis Stanley Jackson, b. 21 Nov. 1870 ; 
m. 5 Nov. 1902, Julia Henrietta, dau. of Harrison 
Broadley, of Welton, Brough, E. Yorks ; ed. at 
Harrow and Camb., B.A. ; lieut. -col. 7th Batt. 
'W. Yorks. Regt. ; served in S.A. war ; is well 
iknown as a cricketer and member of England teams ; 
D.L.. W.R. Yorks; co-opted menib. York. (W.R.) 
Terr. ForceJAssocn. Residence — 41, Hyde Park Square, 
W. Clubs — Junior Carlton ; Wliite's. Issue — 
Henry Stanley Lawies Jackson, b. 15 Nov. 1903. 

1. Hon. Alice Tempest, m. 20 Oct. 1891, Harrison 
Tinsley, who d. March, 1900, and has issue. 

2. Hon. Ella Constance, m. 19 Sept. 1893, Lt.-Col. 
George Montague Harper, D.S.O. (1900), R.B. (Club 
— Naval and Military). Residence — 61, .Cadogan 
Square, S.W. 

3. Hon. Annie, m. 12 Dec. 1894, Col. Abraham Mus- 
grave Sagar-Musgrave, 3rd Batt. W. Yorks. Regt. 
spec, res., J. P., W.R. Yorks., and has issue. 
Residence — Oakhurst, Moortown, near Leeds. 

4. Hon. Evelyn Maud, m. 10 Oct. 1896, Arthur Philip 
Beddard, M.D., M.A. Camb. (Clubs— Arts ; Prince's ; 
Savile), and has issue. Residence — 117, Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, W. 

5. Hon. Grace Mary, m. 13 Oct. 1898, Sir Aubrey 
Brocklebank, 3rd Bt. 



ALNWICK, Baron. See Nobthumberland, 
Duke or. 



ALLOA, Baron. See Mar and Kejllie, 
Earl of. 



ALTAMONT, Earl of. See Sligo, Marquess 



ALTHORP, Vise. See Spencer, Earl. 



ALVERSTONE, 1st Viscount (U.K.). Great. 

1913; Baron 18 June, 1900; Bt. 29 Jan. 
1899; P.C. 1900; G.C.M.G. 1893; Kut. Bach. 
1885. — Richard Everaed Webster, s. of 
Thomas Webster, Q.C., by Elizabeth, dau. of 
Richard Calthrop, of Swineshead Abbey, Lines. 
B. 22 Dec. 1842 ; m. 20 Aug. 1872, Louisa Mary 
(d. 22 March, 1877), o. dau. of William Charles Cal- 
throp, of Withern, Lines ; ed. at King's Coll. 
School, Charterhouse, and Camb., B.A. 1865, 
M.A. 1869 ; hon. LL.D. 1892 ; called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1808, Q.C. 1878 ; M.P. Lauueeston 
1885, and Isle of Wight from 1885 until his ele- 
vation to the peerage ; Attorney-Gen. 1885. 188(3— 
92, and 1895-1900 ; Lord Chief Justice 1900-13, 
after holding the Mastership of the Rolls for a 
few months : dep. treas. of Lincoln's Inn 1904, 
and treasurer 1905 ; was counsel for Great Britain 
in the Behring Sea Arbitration 1893, and Vene- 
zuela Arbitration 1899 ; memb. of Alaska Boun- 
dary Tribunal 1903 ; roy. commnr. for St. Louis 
Exhibition 1904 ; roy. commnr. on ecclesiastical 
discipline 1905 ; pres. Amateur Athletic Assn. ; 
hon. D.C.L. Oxford, 1907 ; LL.D. Edinburgh 
and Abei-deen. Residence — Winterfold, Cran- 
leigh, Guildford. Clubs — Athenseum ; Carlton ; 
Savage ; Bath. Issue — 
The late Hon. Arthur Harold Webster, M.A. Camb.,, 
b. 16 June, 1874 ; m. 10 May, 1898, Gwladys Marie 
de Grasse, dau. of Sir Francis Henry Evans. 1st 
Bt., and d. 8 Aug. 1902 ; his widow (Kcsidcnce — 



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Kiklalton, Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, X.B.) m. 2nd, 4 
Oct. 1905, Iain Ramsay (Clubs — Junior Carlton ; Cale- 
donian), J. P., CO. Argyll, and by him has issue. 
Hon. Dora Marion, ni. 19 April, 1902, Alfred Shaw 
Mellor, M.A., M.B., B.C., M.R.C.S., and has issue. 
P.esidenee — 14, Westbourno Street, Hyde Park, W. 

AMBERLEY, Vise. See Russell, Eabl. 

AMHERST, 4th Earl. Great. 19 Dec. 182C ; 
Vise. HoiiiH'sdale. 1820 (U. K.) ; Baron Amherst, 
C Sept 1788 (G. \i.). — Hugh Amhehst, s. of 2iid 
Earl. B 30 Jan. 185() ; m. 2 Jan. 1896, Hon. 
Eleanor Clementina, dan. of the 1st Baron St. 
Levan : sue. his bro. 1910 ; lieut. 7th foot 187(i ; 
lieut. Colds. Gds. 1877, capt. 1887, adj. 1887-90. 
ret 1890 ; served in Nile Exped. 1884-5 (medal. 
2 clasps, and Khedive's star) ; capt. Gds.' res- 
regt. 1900-1. The 1st Baron was a distin- 
guished military commander, whose honours 
were entailed upon liis nephew, the present Earl's 
grandfather, who was ambassador to China, 
Gov. -Gen. of India, etc. Residence — Montreal, 
Sevenoaks, Kent. Clubs — Carlton ; Travellers'. 
Issue — 

1. Jeffrey John Archer Amherst, Vise. Holmes- 
D.iLE, b. 13 Dec. 1896. 

2. Hon. Humphrey William Amherst, b. 25 July, 1903. 

1. Lady Joan Gertrude Elizabeth. 

2. lady Mary Evelyn. 

William Pitt Amherst, 2nd Earl Amherst, b. 3 Sept. 
1805 ; m. 12 July, 1834, Gertrude (d. 27 April, 1890), 
dau. of Rt. Rev. and the Hon. Hugh Percy, Bishop of 
Carlisle, and d. 26 March, 1886. Issue — 

1. William Archer Amherst, 3rd Earl Amherst, 
b. 26 March. 1836 : ni. 1st, 27 Aug. 1862, Lady Julia 
Cornwallis (d. 1 Sept. 1883), o. survivg. child of last 
Earl Cornwallis : m. 2nd, 25 Sept. 1889, Alice D'Alton 
(Residences — Plas Amherst, Harlech, N. Wales ; 15, 
Basil Mansions, Basil Street, S.W.), dau. of Edmund 
Probyn, of Huntly Manor, Glos., and widow of 5th 
Earl of Lisburnr. and d. 14 Aug. 1910. 

2. HroH Amhkkst, pres. Earl. 

1. Ladv Maryarrt Catherine. Residence — 5, Upper 
Berkeley Street, W. 

2. Lady Elinor, m. 25 Nov. 1877, Capt. William Evelyn 
Dcnison (Clubs — Carlton ; Jun. United Service), late 
R.A., D.L., J. P., and has issue. Residence — Ossington 
Hall, Newark. 

3. Lady Charlotte Florentia. Residence — 5, Upper 
Berkeley Street, W. 

AMHERST oi Hackney, Baroness (U.K.). 
Great. 2(j Aug. 1892. — Maby Rothes Margaret 
Cecil, eld. dan. of 1st Baron. M. 2 Sept, 188.5, 
Lord William Cecil (hon. col. late 4th Batt. Lin- 
colnshire Regt. ; capt. Gren. Gds. and grooni-in- 
waiting to Queen Victoria ; comptroller and treas. 
to Princess Henry of Battenberg 1899-1909 ; a 
Gentleman Usher 1909-11 ; Gentleman LTsher in 
Ordinary since 1911 ; C.V.O. 1899 ; M.V.O. 1890 ; 
Knt. of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem), s. of William, 3rd Marq. of Exeter ; sue. 
her father, under special remainder, 1909 ; is a 
Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem. Residences — 23, Queen's Gate Gardens, 
S.W. ; Foulden Hall, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. 
Issiie — 

1. The Late HON. WILLIAM Amherst Cecil, Heir, 
lieut. Gren. Gds., )i. 30 June, 1886 ; m. 14 April, 
1910, Gladys, o. c. of H. C. Baggallay, of Black- 
dowTi, Upham, Hants, and d. 16 Sept. 1914, of 
wounds received at Battle of Aisne. Residence — 6, 
Onslow Houses, Onslow Square, S.W. Issue — 

1. William Alexander Evering Cecil, b.31 May, 1912. 

2. Henry Kerr Auchmuty Cecil, b. 1 April, 1914. 

2. Hon. Thomas James Amherst Cecil, late lieut. 
King's Roy. Rifle Corps, b. 9 Nov. 1887 ; m. 29 July, 
1912, Vera, dau. of Hedworth Barclay. Residence — 
42. Linden Avenue, Victoria, B.C. Issue — 

Barclay James Andierst Cecil, b. 13 April, 1913. 

3. Hon. John Francis Amherst Cecil, b. 30 June, 1890. 

4. Hon. Henry Mitford Amherst Cecil, b. 9 March, 1893, 
sub-licut. R.N. 

William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst, 1st Baeon 
Amhekst of Hackney, b. 25 .\pril, 1835 : ni. 4 June, 
J856, Margaret Susan, Lady of Justice of Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem (Residences — Foulden Hall. Stoke 
Ferry, Norfolk ; Valescure, Var, Prance), o. c. of Adm. 
Robert Mitford, of Hunmauby Hall, Yorks, and Mitford 



Castle, Northumberland., and d. 16 Jan. 1909. Issue 
living — 

1. Mary Rothes M.\rgaret, pres. Baroness. 

2. Hon. Sybil Margaret, Lady of Justice of Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem. 

3. Hon. Florence Margaret, Lady of Justice of Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem. 

4. Hon. Margaret Mitford, Lady of Justice of Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem. 

5. Hon. Alicia Margaret, Lady of Justice of Order ol 
St. John of Jerusalem ; m. 16 Feb. 1898, Evelyn 
Gascoyne-Cecil (see Salisbury', M. of). 

6. Hon. Geraldine Margaret ; m. 30 April, 1890, Capt. 
Malcolm Drummond, D.L., J. P. (Club — Guards'), and 
has issue. Residence — Megginch Castle, Errol, Perth- 
shire. 

HEATHCOAT - AMORY, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). 

Croat. 21 .March, 1874. — Sir Ian Murray Heath- 
coat-Amory', s. of 1st Bt., J. P. Devon, and 
Tiverton. B. IG Ap il, 18G5 ; sue. his father 
1914; m. June, 1893, Alexandra Georgina, 
dau, of late Vice-Adm. Geo'ge Henry Seymour, 
C.B., of Barvvick House, Norfolk. Residence — 
Knightshayes Court, Tiverton. Club — Brooks's. 
Issue — 

1. John Heathcoat-Amory, b. 2 May, 1894; 2n(i 
lieut. 4th Batt. Devonshire Regt. 

2. Derrick Heathcoat-Amory, b. 26 Dec. 1900. 

3. William Heathcoat-Amory, b. 19 Aug. 1901. 

4. Roderick Heathcoat-Amory, b. Jan. 1907. 

Sir John Heathcoat Heathcoat-Amory, 1st Bt., 

o. s. of Samuel Amory , of Portland Place, and Anne, dau. 

and heir of John Heath oat, of Bolham (who was M.P. 

for Tiverton from 1832 to 1859). B. 4 May, 1829 ; m. 6 

April, 1863 ; Heniiotta Mary, dau. of William Unwin, of 

the Colonial Office ; ed. at Univ. Coll. London ; D.L , J.P., 

C. A., Devonshire; M.P. (L) for Tiverton, 1868 to 1885; 

assumed by roy. licence the additional name and arms of 

Heathcoat, 1874, and d. 26 May, 1914. Issue— 

1. Sir Ian M. Heathcoat-Amory, pres. Bt. 

I 2. Capt. Harry William Ludovic Heathcoat-Amory, 

late Colds. Gds., J. P. Somersetshire, and Borough of 

Tiverton, b. 7 June, 1870 ; m. 1 Nov. 1898, Evelyn 

Mary, dau. of Edward James Stanley, M.P., D.L., 

J. P., Quantock Lodge, Bridgwater. Residence — Helo 

Manor, Exbvidgi\ N. Devon. Issue — 

1. James Vesey Heathcoat-Amory, b. 26 Oct. 1901, 

2. Richard Frank Heathcoat-Amory, b. 26 Feb. 
1903. 

1. Helen Winifred. 

2. Mary Millicent. 

3. Ludovic Heathcoat-Amory, b.ll May, 1881 ; m. 12 
July, 1911, Mary Stuart, dau. of James Fitzgerald 
Bannatyne, D.L., of Haldon, Devon. Residence^ 
Chevithorne, Barton, Tiverton. Issue — 

1. Patrick Gerald Heathcoat-Amory, b. 27 April, 
1912. 

2. Michael Ludovic. Heathcoat-Amory, b. 19 May, 
1914. 

1. Muriel Mary, m. 15 Oct. 1891, Charles Robert Syden- 
ham Carew (Club— Windham),B.A. Camb., J.P. Devon, 
and has issue. Residence — Warnicombe, Tiverton. 

2. Dorothy Helen, m. 20 April, 1899, Louis de las Casas. 
Residenci — Ellescombe House, Wincanton. 

3. MaryChristal,m.24 July, 1907, Maj. the Hon. Lesley- 
James 'Probyn Butler {see Dunboyne, B.). 

AMPTHILL, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Croat. 1 1 March, 
1881; G. C.S.I. 1904; G.C.I.E. 1900. — Oliver 
Arthur Villiebs Russell, s. of 1st Baron. 
B. at Rome, 19 Feb. 1869 ; m. G Oct. 1894, 
Lady Margaret Lygon (a Lady of the Bed- 
chamber since 191 i ; C.I. ; Kaiser-i-Hind gold; 
medal 1906), dau. of 6th Earl Beauchamp (whom 
see) ; sue. his father 1884 ; ed. at Eton and 
Oxford; B.A. 1892, M.A. 1900; rowed in the 
Oxford eight 1889-91 ; pres. of the Oxford Uniort 
1891 ; private sec. to Mr. Chamberlain when 
Colonial Sec. 1895-1900 ; Governor of Madras 
1900-1906 ; Viceroy of India pro tern. May to 
Dec. 1904 ; British Delegate at International 
Conference on the Sugar Question, Brussels, 1898 ; 
It. -col. commdg. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. ; 
D.L., J.P., Beds. ; chrmn. Bedford. Terr. Force 
Assocn. ; Pro Grand Master of Freemasons of 
England since 1908 ; fellow Roy. Col. Inst. 190G. 
Residences — Milton Ernest Hall. Bedford ; G5, 
Ennismore Giardens, S.W. Club — Brooks's. 
Issue — 

1. Hon. John Hugo Russell, Heir, b. 4 Oct. 1896 ;. 

cadet R.N. 



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[ANDERSON 



2. Hon. Guy Hcrbrand Edward Eussell, b. 14 April, 
189S ; cadPt R.N. 

3. Hon. Edw.ard Wriothesley Curzon Russell, b. 2 
June, 1901. 

4. Hon. Leopold Oliver Russell, b. 26 Jan. 1907. 
1. Hon. Phyllis Margaret. 

Lord Odo William Russell, P.O., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
1st Baron Ampthill was bro. of the 9tli Duke of Bed- 
ford ; b. 20 Feb. 1829 ; m. 5 May, 1868, Lady Emily 
Theresa Villiers (Residences — Ampthill Park, Ampt- 
hill, Beds. ; 86, Eaton Square, S.W.), V.A., Lady of 
the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria 1885-1901, dau. of 
4th Earl of Clarendon, and d. 25 Aug. 1884. Issue — 

1. OLn'ER Arthur Villiers Russell, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Odo William Theophilus Villiers Russell, 
C.V.O. 1909, b. 3 May, 1870 ; m. 25 June, 1910, Coun- 
tess Marie Louise Rex, dau. of the Saxon Minister 
at the Austro- Hungarian Court ; of H.M. diplomatic 
service ; priv. sec. to Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs 

- (Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grey) 1905-8 ; councillor at 
H.M. Embassy at Vienna. Residences — British 
Embassy, Vienna ; 86, Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs— 
Brooks's ; St. James's. Issue — 

1. Cosmo Rex Ivor Russell, b. 12 March, 1911. 

2. Alaric Charles William Russell, b. 16 March, 1912. 

3. Hon. Victor Alexander Frederick Villiers Russell, 
b. 27 June, 1874 (twin with Hon. Alexander) ; m. 23 
Aug. 1905, Annora Margaret Bromley, young, dau. of 
late George Edward Martin, D.L., of Ham Court ; ed. 
at Oxford, B.A. ; Barr.-at-law, (Inner Temple) 
1899 ; lieut.-col. commandg. 5th Batt. Belfa-^t Regt. ; 
3rd Batt. Beds. Regt. (M.). Residence — 17, Horn- 
ton Street, W. Club — Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Averil. 

2. Rosemary. 

3. Angela Irene. 

4. Lt.-Col. the Hon. Alexander Victor Frederick Vil- 
liers Russell, M.V.O. (4th cl.) 1908 ; b. 27 June, 1874 
(twin with Hon. Victor) : m. 11 Feb. 1909, Marjorie 
Gladys, dau. of late Claude Hume'Campbell Guinness ; 
ed. at AVellington Coll. and R. M. C, Sandhurst ; maj. 
Gren. Gds. since 1910 ; mil. attache at Berlin 
1910-14, with temporary rank of It.-col. ; served in 

5. A. war 1899-1902 (despatches twice, bt.-maj.). 
Clubs — Guards ; Brooks's. Issue — 

William Rodney Villiers Russell, b. 16 March, 1914. 

1. Hon. Constance Evelyn Villiers. 

2. Hon. Augusta Louise Margaret Romola Villiers. 

ANC ASTER, 2nd Earl of (U.K.). Great. 22 
Aug. "1892; Baron Willoughby de Eresby (E.), 
26 July, 1313; Baron Aveland (U.K.) 26 
Feb. 1856 ; Bt. 17 Jan. 1732. — Gilbert 
Heathcote- Dbummond - Willoughby. s. of 1st 
Earl. B. 29 July. 1867 ; m. 6 Dec. 1905. Eloise, 
dau. of late W. L. Breeze, of New York : sue. 
his father 1910 : ed. at Eton and Camb. ; M.P. 
(C.) Horncastle Div. of Lines. 1894-1910 ; It.-col. 
commdg. Lincohishire Yeo. since 1911 ; memb. 
Lincoln and Rutland Terr. Force Assocns. ; J. P., 
Rutland and parts of Kesteven, Lincolnshire ; 
D.L., Perth ; is joint hereditary lord great 
chamberlain ; patron of 8 livings. The 5th Bt. 
was for 36 years a member of parliament, and 
was creat. Baron Aveland. The 11th Baron Wil- 
loughby de Eresby was creat. Earl of Lindsey (see 
that title), and became ancestor of the Dukes of 
Ancaster and Kesteven (extinct). The 19th 
Baron assumed the surname of Drummond on his 
marriage with the heiress of the 1st Baron Perth 
(extinct). The mother of the 1st Earl of Ancaster 
obtained the barony of Willoughby de Eresby as 
eldest co-heir of her father in 1871, after an 
investigation before the House of Lords. Resi- 
dences — Grimsthorpe, Bourne, Lincolnshire ; 
Glencartney Forest, Gomrie, Perth : Drummond 
Castle. Crieff, Perthshire ; 8, Chesterfield Gardens, 
A^". Clubs— Carlton ; Turf. Issue— 

1. Gilbert James Heathcote -Drummond -Wil- 
loughby, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, b. 8 Dec. 1907. 

2. Hon. John Heathcote-Drummond- Willoughby, b. 
14 March, 1914. 

1. Lady Catherine Mary Clementina. 

2. Lady Priscilla. 

Gilbert Henry Heathcote, 1st Earl of Ancaster 
(so creat. 22 Aug. 1892), and 24TH LORD Willoughby 
de Ekesby, D.L., J.P., assumed by roy. lie. the additional 
surnames and arms of Drummond and Willoughby ; he 
was b. 1 Oct. 1830 ; m. 14 July, 1863, Evelyn Eliza- 
beth (Residence — Normanton Park, Stamford), 2nd dau. 
of lOthMarquessof Huntly, andd.24Dec. 1910. Issue — 
1. Gilbert heathcote - Drummond - Willoughby, 
pres. Earl. 



2. Brig. -Gen. the Hon. Charles Strathavon Heathcote- 
Drummond- Willoughby, col. conundg. 6th London 
Brig. (T.F.) since 1912, formerly maj. Scots. Gds. ; h 
18 May, 1870 ; m. 7 Jan. 1903, Lady Muriel Agnes 
Stuart Erskine, dau. of 14th Earl of Buchan (whom 
see) ; ed. at Eton and Cainb. ; late lieut. 4th Batt. 
Lines. Regt. (M.) ; served in S. Afriean war 1889- 
Nov. 1902 ; military member London Terr. Force 
Assocn. Residence — 95, Harley Street, W. Clubs — 
Guards' ; Turf. Issue — 

Charles Peregrine, b. 13 Sept. 1905. 
Rosalie. 

3. Maj. the Hon. Claud Heathcote-Drummond-Wil- 
loughby, Coldstream Gds., b. 15 Oct. 1872 ; m. 17 
June, 1905, Lady Florence Conyngham, dau. of 3rd 
Marq. Conyngham, and widow of Bertram Frankland 
Astley, of Chequers Court, Bucks ; ed. at Eton : late 
lieut. 3rd Batt. Roy. Scots (M.) ; served in S.A. 
war 1899 (wounded at Belmont) ; M.P. (C.) for Stam- 
ford Div. of Lines, since 1910. Residence — 5, Upper 
Berkeley Street, W. Clubs — Guards' ; Turf ; White's. 

4. Lieut, tlie Hon. Peter Robert Heathcote-Drum- 
mond-Willoughby, R.N., b. 2 Nov. 1885 ; m. 4 June, 
1913, Pamela May, eld. dau. of Col. Walter Charteris 
Ross, C.B., of Cromarty. Club — Bachelors'. Issue — 

Peter Gilbert Heathcote-Drummond- Willoughby. 
b. 8 June, 1914. 

1. Lady Evelyn Clementina, m. 3 Nov. 1888, Maj.- 
Gen. Sir Henry Peter Ewart, 1st Bt. (whom see). 

2. Lady Margaret Marj', ni. 5 June, 1902, Gideon 
Macpherson Rutherford, who d. 31 July, 1907, and has 
issue. Residence — 31, Sloane Court, Chelsea, S.W. 

3. Ladv Nina. 

4. Ladv Cecile, m. 15 April, 1896, Thomas Clarence 
Edward Goff (Clubs— St. James's ; White's), D.L., 
J.P., CO. Roscommon, and has issue. Residence — 
Carrowroe Park, Roscommon. 

5. Lady Alice. 

6. Lady Mary Adelaide, m. 14 July, 1903, Arthur 
George, 14th Earl of Dalhousie. 

ANCRAM, Earl of. See Lothian, Marq. of. 

ANDERSON, Lord, of Session. Andrew 
Macbeth Anderson, M.A., LL.B., Edinburgh,, 
Lord Anderson, b. 6 Nov. 1862 ; Advocate, 
Scottish Bar ; adv. depute 1906-11 ; K.C. 1908, 
Sol.-Gen. for Scotland, 1911-13; senator college 
of justice, and judge of Supreme Court of Scotland 
since 1913; M.P. for N. Ayr. 1910-11; m. 4 
Sept. 1901, Kate, dau. of the late George Mackay, 
of Bellavista, Midlothian. Residence — 3. Drum- 
sheugh Gardens, Edinburgh. Clubs — Reform ; 
Scottish Liberal and Northern (Edin.). 

ANDERSON, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 22' 
June, 1911; Knt. Bach. 1903. — Sir Robert 
Anderson, s. of James Anderson, of Corbofin,, 
CO. Monaghan, and Elizabeth, dau. of Andrew Ker,. 
of Newbliss. B. 8 Dec. 1837 ; m. 9 April, 1890.. 
Wilhelmina, dau. of Rev. Andrew Long, of Mon- 
reagh, co. Donegal ; chrmn. of Anderson & Mc- 
Auley, Ltd.; Sir John Arnott & Co., Ltd.; Vul- 
canite, Ltd. ; City Estates, Ltd. ; Milfort Weaving 
and Finishing Co., Ltd. ; Wilham Ross & Co., Ltd. : 
spinners ; Baltic Firewood Co., Ltd. ; a director of 
Laganvale Brick Works ; alderman and J. P. City 
of Belfast, sheriff 1903, lord mayor 1908-9 ; J.P.. 
CO. Antrim; high sheriff co. Monaghan 1911. 
Residences — Parkmount, Belfast ; jMullaghmore,_ 
CO. Monaghan. 

ANDERSON, Baronetcy (Eng.). Great. 21 Dec 
1060; ext. 8 Oct. 1891. ThelateSir Charles Henry 
John Anderson. 9th Bt., of Broughton. Lines.. 
M.A.. D.L. : b. 24 Nov. 1804 ; m. 11 Sept. 1832, 
Emma (d. 8 Aug. 1870), young, dau. of John 
Savile Foljambe, of Aldwarke, Notts, and d. 8 
Oct. 1891. Issue — 

The late Francis Foljambe Anderson, J. P., b. 19 Aug. 

1841 ; m. 14 July, 1874, Annie Louisa Heywood 

(Residence — Frampton Hall, Boston, Lines), o. dau. 

of Benjamin Heywood Jones, of Larkhill, and d. 15 

Sept. 1881. Issue — 

1. Margaret Louise, m. 7 June, 1905, Wilfred Arthur 
Duncombe- Anderson (Clubs — Arthurs' ; Cavalry), 
J. P.. Lines, who assumed by roy. lie. 1905 the 
addnl. name and arms of Anderson, and has issue. 
Residences — Whitwell Hall, Reephani, Norwich; 
Lea Hall, Lines. 

2. Katharine Helen, m. 9 March. 1904, Richard 



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Coningsby Sutton who d. 12 Sept. 1905, and had 

issue. 

3. Frances Olive. 

ANDOVER, Vise. See Suffolk, Eael of. 

ANDREWS, Privy Counsellor (Irel.). Apptd. 
1903. — Rt. Hon. 'J'kojias Andrews, 4th s. of 
late Joliu Andrews. J.P.. of Comber, co. Down, 
and Sarah, o. dau. of Dr. WilUam Drennan, 
of Cabin Hill, co. Down. B. 20 Feb. 1843 ; m. 
15 Sept. 1870, Lizzie, o. dau. of late James Alex- 
ander Pirrie, of Little Clandeboyne, co. Down ; 
ed. at Roy. Belfast Acad. Inst, and Queen's Coll., 
Belfast : pres. Ulster L.U. Assocn. since 1892 ; 
one of the promoters of Great Ulster Convention 
1892 ; member of Ulster Defence Union 1893 ; 
memb. of Recess Com. 1895 ; chrnni. of Belfast 
and CO. Down Ry. Co. since 1895 : member of 
Appeal Com. under Loc. Gov. (Irel.) Act 1898; 
chrmn. of co. Down C.C. since 1902 ; member 
of Arterial Drainage Cornmn. Irel. 1905 ; is a flax 
spinner ; D.L., co. Down, High Sheriff, 1912. 
Residence — Ard8.ra, Comber, co. Down. Clubs — 
Ulster ; Ulster Reform (Belfast) ; County (Down- 
patrick). Issue — 

1. John Miller Andrews, b. 17 July, 1871 ; m. 10 Sept. 
1912, Jessie, dau. of .loseph Ornirod. 

2. Thomas Audrewa, b. 7 Feb. 1873 ; m. 24 June, 1908, 
Helen Reilly, dau. of late John D. Barbour, D.L., of 
Conway, Dunmurry. 

3. James Audrew.i, b. S Jan. 1877. 

4. William Andrews, b. 25 Aug. 1886. 

1. Eliza Muntgomery (ivina), m. 26 April, 1906, 
LawTenco Arthui Hind. Residence — Ruddington, 
Nottingham. 

ANDREWS, Privy Counsellor (Irel.). Apptd. 
1897. — Rr. Hon. ^V^-LIAM Drennan Andrews, 
2nd s. of John Andrews, of Comber, co. Down, 
and Sarah, dau. of William Drennan, M.D., of Bel- 
fast. B. 24 Jan. 1832; m. 20 Aug. 1857, Eliza 
(d. 6 April, 1901), dau. of John Galloway, ot 
Monkstown, co. Dublin ; ed. at Roy. Academical 
Instn. Belfast, and Trin. Coll. Dub. ; Second 
Senior Moderator (Ethics and Logics) 1853; 
LL.D. 1860; Barr.-at-law (King's Inns, Dub.) 
1855; Q.C. 1872; judge of High Court (Irel.) 
Exch. Div. (now merged in Icing's Bench Div. ) 
1882, resigned 1910, and elected an Hon. Bencher, 
King's Inns, Dublin. Residence — 51, Lower 
Leeson Street, Dublin. 

ANGLESEY, 6tli Marq. of (U.K.). Creat. 
4 Julv. 1815; Earl of Uxbridge, 19 May, 1784 
(G. B.); Baron Paget of Beau Desert, 1552 
(Eng,) ; Bt. 4 July, 1730 (Irel.).— Charles 
Henry Alex.\nder Paget, s. of Lord Alexander 
Victor Paget. B. 14 April, 1885 ; m. 3 Aug. 
1912, Lady Victoria Marjorie Harriet, dau. of 
8th Duke of Rutland ; sue. his cousin 1905 ; 
lieut. res. of officers, late lieut. R.H. Gds. ; mayor 
of Burton-on-Trent 1911-12. The 1st Baron Paget 
of Beau Desert was a distinguished politician 
in the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, and 
Mary. The 1st Marq. of Anglesey was a field - 
■marshal, and commanded the cavalry at Waterloo. 
Residences — Plasnewydd, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey ; 
Beaudesert, Rugeley, Staffs. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Turf ; R.Y.S. Issue- 
Lady Alexandra Mary Caroline Cecilia. 
Henry Paget, 2nd Marquess of Anglesey, P.C, b. 
6 Julv, 1797 ; m. 1st, 5 Aus. 1819, Eleanor (d. 3 July, 
1828), 2nd dau. of Col. Juliu Campbell, of Shawfield ; m. 
2nd, 27 Aug. 1833, Hi'urictta Maria (d. 22 March, 1844), 
3rd dau. of Et. Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B. ; m. 3rd, 
■S March, 1860, Ellen Jane (d. 2 June, 1874), dau. of George 
Burnand, and d. 7 Feb. 1869. Issue — 

1. Henry ^YILLIAM George Paget, 3rd Marq. of 
Anglesey, b. 9 Dec. 1821 ; m. 7 June, 1845, Sophia(d. 
7 Dec. 1901). dau. of James Eversfield, of Denne Park 
Sussex, and d. 30 Jan. 1880. 

2. Henry Paget, 4th M.arq. of Anglesey, b. 
25 Dec. 1835 ; m. 1st, 24 Aug. 1858, Elizabeth 
(d. 5 Nov. 1873), dan. of Joseph Norman ; m. 
.2nd, 2 Feb. 1874, Blanche Mary (d. 14 Aug. 1877), 



dau. of J. C. Curwen Boyd, ot Merton Ha!!, 

Wigtoun ; m. 3rd, Mary Livingstone (Residence — 7, 

Rue de I'Ermitage, Versailles), dau. of J. P. King, of 

SandliUls, Gcorgeia, U.S.A., and widow ot Hon. Henry 

Wodehouse (see Kimberley, E. of), and d. 13 Oct. 

1898. Issue— 

Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marq. of Anglesey, 

b. 16 June, 1875 ; m. 20 Jan. 1898, LILIAN 

Florence Maud (m 2nd, 11 Dec. 19o9, John 

Francis Grey Gilhat. Residence — 4, Gloucester 

Square, W.), dau. of Sir George Chetvvynd, 4tli 

Bt., and d. 14 March, 1905. 

3. The late Lord Alexander Victor Paget, D.L. Stafford , 
b. 25 April, 1839 ; m. 26 Aug. 1880, Hester Alice 
(Residence — 7, Connaught Place, W.), dau. of 2nd Vise. 
Combermere, and d. 26 Oct. 1896. Issue — 

1. Ch.«les Henry Alexander Paget, pr.s. Marq. 

2. Lord Victor William Paget (pat. of pncedfnce, 
1906), HEIR Pres., lieut. (gen. reserve), late E.H.G., 
b. 17 May, 1889; m. 16 Jan. 1913, Olive Mary, dau. of 
George Meatyard. Club — Carlton. 

1. Ladv Winifred Constance Hester (pat. of prece- 
dence, '1906), m. 23 April, 1904, Vise. lugestre (see 
Shrewsbury, E. of.) 

2. Lady Beatrice Eleanor (pat. of precedence, 1906), 
m. 21 Jan. 1904. Reginald, 15th Earl of Pembroke. 

4. The late Lord Berkeley Charles Seymour Paget, b. 3 
March, 1844 ; m. 5 June, 1877, Plorence (Residence— 
Longdon House, Rugeley), o. dau. of William Henry 
Chetwynd, of Longdon Hall, Staffs., and d. 25 Nov. 
1913. Issue- 
Rowland Edward, b. 8. Dec. 1878 ; formerly lieut. 
Sussex Regt., served in S. Africa. 

Muriel Helen Florence, m. 21 Dec. 1896, Hon. Rupert 
Evelyn Beckett (see Grimthorpe, B.). 



ANGUS, Ear! of. Sec Hamilton, Duke of. 



ANNALY, Srd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 10 .ALirch, 
18G3; K.C.V.O. 1912; C.V.O. 1908. — Luke 
White, s. of 2nd Baron. B. 25 Feb. 1857 ; m. 
24 July. 1884, Hon. Lilah Georgiana Augusta 
Constance Agar-Ellis, dau. of 3rd Vise. Clifden ; 
sue. his father 1888; lieut. 108th foot 1877; 
transferred to Scots Gds. same year ; capt. 1888, 
ret. 1890 ; served in Egyptian Campaign 1882 
(medal, clasp, and star) ; lord of bedchamber-in- 
waiting to the King when Prince of Wales 1908- 
10 ; permanent lord-in-waiting to the King since 
1910 ; lion. col. Northamptonshire Yeo., late 
It. -col. comdg. and lion. col. Northamptonshire 
I.Y. ; D.L., Northants ; mil. memb. Northants. 
Terr. Force Assocn. : has 1st cl.. Order of Crown 
of Prussia. The 1st Baron was M.P. for Longford, 
and also for Dublin during a long period. Resi- 
dences — Luttrellstowai, co. Dublin ; Holdenby 
House, Northants ; Gowran, co. Kilkenny, Ire- 
land ; 43, Berkeley Square, W. Clubs — Marl- 
borough ; Turf. Issue — 

1. Hon. Luke Henry White, Heir, lieut. 11th 
HussarSj b. 7 June, 1885. 

1. Hon. Lilah Charlotte Sarah, ni. 1 Jane, 1911, John 
George Lowther (see Lowther, Bt.). 

2. Hon. Lucia Emily Margaret. 

Luke White, 2nd Baron Annaly, K.P., Lord-Lieut, of 
Ireland, 1868-74, b. 26 Sept. 1829 ; m. 24 Aug. 1853, 
EfflLY, dau. of James Stuart, and d. 17 March, 1S88. Issue 
living — 

1. Luke White, pres. Baron. 

2 Capt. Hon. Charles James Wliite, res. of officers, late 
Roy. Fus., b. 24 June, 1860 ; m. 11 Dec. 1901, Evelyn, 
dau. of F. B. Bulkeley-Jolmson ; cliief commr. of 
police in Rhodesia 1892-5 ; served in Matabeleland 
campaign 1893 and 1896 (medal and clasp). Resi- 
dence — Fleet Farm House, Fleet, Hants. Club — 
Naval and Military. Issue — 
Margaret Lucia. 

3. Maj. Hon. Robert White, res.of officers, b. 26 Oct. 
1861 ; ed. at Sandhurst ; late capt. Roy. Welsh Fus., 
ret. 1899 ; served in Nile expedn. 1884-5 : magistrate 
Bechuanaland Protectorate 1895 ; was maj., Rhode- 
sian Horse ; accompanied Dr. Jameson on expedn. 
into Transva?!, 1896, and sentenced, after trial at Bar 
in England, to seven months imprisonment, and was 
ret. from the army but reinstated 1898 ; served in 
S. Africa 1899-1902. Residence— 16, Stratton Street, 
W. Clubs — Bachelors' ; Naval and Military ; Travel- 
lers' ; Turf. 

4. Hon. Francis William Wliite, b. 23 May, 1873 ; m. 
14 July, 1910, Anna Elizabeth, dau. of C. Jaeger. 
Residence — Rand Club, Joliannesburg, Transvaal. 



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1. Hon. Alice Emily, m. 26 Aug. 1879, Thomas William, 
3rd Earl of Leicester. 

4. Hon. iViolet, ni. 18 March, 1899, Lord Percy St. 
Maur {see Somerset, D. of). 

ANNESLEY, 6th Eari. Great. 17 Aug. 1789; 
Vise. Glerawly, 14 Nov. 1700; Baron Aiinesley, 
20 Sept. 1758 (Irel. ). — Francis Annesley, o. s. 
of 5th Earl. B. 25 Feb. 1884 ; m. 14 Sept. 1909, 
Evelyn Hester, clau. of Alfred Edward ■Miller 
Mundy, of Shipley Hall, Derby ; sue. his father 
1908 ; ed. at Eton and Camb. ; sub-lieut. 
R.N.V.R. 1914. This family is a junior branch 
of the noble house of Valentia ; the 1st Peer was 
M.P. for 31iddleton, co. York, in 1741. Resi- 
dences — Castlewellan and Donard Lodge, co. 
Down. 

The late William Octavius Beresford Annesley (6th 
8. of 3rd Earl), b. 29 Nov. 1838 ; m. 16 May, 1860, Caro- 
line (d. 6 J^n. 1869), dau. of John Mears, of Bagshot, 
and d. 20 July, 1875. Issui — 

1. Walter" Beresford Axsesley, Heir Pres., b. 

10 Feb. 1861 ; m. 21 June, 1893, Maud Fleming, dau. 

of Haynes Bingham Higginson, of Kockferry, Cheshire. 

Residence— . Issue— 

Beresford Cecil Bingham Annesley, b. 1894. 

1. Sarah, m. 3 Sept. 18^84, Seymour Peel Nash, and has 
issue. ' 

2. Florence Cecilia, m. 12 June, 1888, Frank Proctor. 
■ 3. Catherine Maud, m. 8 July, 1890, George Henry 

Thompson. 
Hugh Annesley, 5th Earl of Annesley, a rep. peer 
for Ireland, b. 26 Jan. 1831 ; m. 1st, 4 July, 1877, Mabel 
Wilhelmina Frances (d. 17 April, 1891), dau. of Col. 
William Thomas Markham, J.P., of Cuflorth Hall, Yorks ; 
m. 2nd, 2 July, 1892, Priscilla Cecilia (Residence — 44, 
Great Cumberland Place, W.), dau. of late William 
Armytage Moore, of Arumore, co. Cavan, and d. 15 Dec. 
1908". Issue — 

1. Francis Annesley, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Mabel Marguerite, m. 14 Jan. 1904, Lieut. 
Gerald Sowerby, R.N., and has issue. Residence — 
Myrtle, Newcastle, co. Down. 

2. Lady Clare. 

3. Lady Constance Mary. j 

ANSON, 5th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 30 Sept. 1831. 

Sib-John Henry Algernon Vernon Anson, 

s. of Rear Adm. Algernon H. Anson. B. 13 Jan. 
1897; sue. his cousin 1914; ed. at Eton and 
Oxford. Residence — Barons Down, Lewes. 
Gen. Sir William Anson, 1st Bt., K.C.B. (uncle of 
1st Earl of Lichfield), b. 13 Aug. 1772 ; m. 26 Jan. 1815, 
Louisa Frances Mary (d. 30 July, 1831), o. cliild of John 
Dickenson, and d. 14 Jan. 1847. Issue — 

1. The late SIR John William Hamilton ANSON, 2nd 
Bt., b. 26 Dec. 1816 ; m. 27 July, 1842, EUzabeth 
Catherine (d. 3 July, 1903), dau. of Maj.-Gen. Sir 
Denis Pack, K.C.B., and was killed in a railway acci- 
dent at Wigan, 2 Aug. 1873. Issue — 

1. Rt. Hon. Sir William Reynell Anson, 3rd Bt. 
B. 14 Nov. 1843; ed. at Eton and at Oxford, where 
he was lit class and Fellow of All Souls; D.C.L. 
1881 ; Vinerian reader at Oxford 1874-1880 ; warden 
of All Souls'. Oxford, 1881-1914; vice-chancellor of 
the Univ. 1898-9; chrm. Oxfordshire Quarter Ses- 
sions, 1894-1914; Barr.-at-law(Inner Temple) 1869; 
Bencher 1900; contested West Staffs (L.) 1880; 
M.P. Oxford Univ. 1899-1914, and chancellor of 
the Diocese of Oxford 1899-1912; Parhamentary 
Sec. of the Board of Education 1902-5 ; one of 
the trustees of the British Museum, and trustee 
National Portrait Gallery ; pres, Assocn. of Tech- 
nical Institutions 1906 ; hon. LL.D. Edinburgh and 
Cambridge; hon. D.C.L. Durham, 1913 ; F.B.A., and 
d. 4 June, 1914. 

2. The Late Frederick Arthur Anson, M.A. Oxford, 
b. 6 Nov. 1850 ; m. 23 Feb. 1878, Agnes, dau. 
of James F. Roberts, of Akaroa. N. Zealand ; 
ed. at Eton and Trin. Coll. O.xford, and d. 11 Dec. 
1913. Issue— 

1. Sir Denis George William Anson, 4th 
Bt., b. 15 March 1888; d. 3 July. 1914. 

1. Ella Frances Olive, m. 26 July, 1906, Charles 
John C'ra\rford, and h.as issue. Residence — 
Wellington, N. Zealand. 

2. Agnes Margaret, m. 27 June, 1912, Horace 
Edward Wilkie Young, who d. 1914, and has issue. 

3. Janet Katharine Mary, m. 23 Aug. 1914, George 
Kenneth Thompson Fisher. 

4. Annie Evelyn, m 10 Oct. 1912, Capt. Thomas 
Edmund Estcourt, Roy. Scots Greys, and has issue. 

3. The late Rear-Adm. Algernon Horatio Anson, b. 
3 Aug. 1854 ;; m. 9 April, 1896, Hon. Adela Vernon 
(Residence — Baron's Down, Lewes), 6th dau. of 



6th Baron Vernon, and d. 12 Nov. 1913. Issue 
living — 

1 . John Henry Algernon Vernon Anson, Pres. 
Bt.. b. 13 Jan. 1897 ; cadet R.N. 

2. Edward Reynell Anson, Heir Pres.. b. 21 
Jan. 1902. 

1. Louisa Elizabeth Annie, m. 7 Oct 1880, Rev. 
Donald Campbell, M.A., hon. Canon of Norwich, 
who d. 4 Dec. 1909, and has issue. Residence — 
Stirlings, Wantage. 

2. Elizabeth Georgiana. 1 22, Bramham Gardens, 

3. Florence Helen. J" S.W. 

4. Margaret Mildred, m. 8 Sept. 1886, Rev. Frederick 
George BuUer, M.A. Oxford, a«d has issue. Resi- 
dence' — Oakford Rectory, Bampton S.O., Devon. 

5 Gertrude Christina. 

6. Janet Katharine Olive, m. 5 Dec. 1899, Herbert 

Elphinstone Montgomery, and has issue. Residence 

— 34, Stanhope Gardens, S.W. 
2. Sir Archibald Edward Harbord Anson, K.C.B. {see 
Knightage). 

1. Anne Georgiana Frances, m. 19 Feb. 1846, Rev. 
William Thornton, of Brockhall, Northants, who d. 
20 May, 1881. ' Residence — Kingsthorpe Hall, 
Northants. 

ANSON, Vise. See Lichfield, Earl of. 

ANSTRUTHER, 6th Bt., of Balcaskie, 

(Scot.). Great. 28 Nov. 1094.— Sir Ralph 
William Anstruther, eld. s. of 5th Bt. B. in 
London, 5 July, 1858 ; m. 5 Aug. 1880, Mildred 
Harriet, dau. of Edward Hussej^ of Scotney 
Castle, Sussex ; sue. his father 1880 ; ed. at Eton ; 
late capt. R.E. ; ret. 1890 ; served in Egyptian 
campaign 1882, and in Bechuanaland expecL 
1885 ; "late It.-col. eomdg. 7th Fife Batt. the 
Black Watch ; mil. memb. Fife Terr. Force Assocn.; 
commnr. Queen Victoria School for the sons of 
Scottish sailors and soldiers ; D.L.. J.P., Fife 
and Gaithness ; convener of Fife since 1900 ; 
nienib. of roy. commission on Free and United 
Free Ghurehes in Scotland, 1904, and of roy. 
commn. to Administer Scottish Ghurehes Act 
1906; hon. LL.D. St. Andrews, 1912; is great- 
granclson of the distinguished General Robert 
Anstruther, who fell at Gorunna. Residences — - 
Balcaskie, Pittenweem, Fife ; Watten. Caithness. 
Clubs — Brooks's; Nrew(Edin. ). Issvie — 

1. Robert Edward Anstruther, Heir, b. 4 April, 

1890 ; Ueut., Black Watch. 

1. Margaret Christian. 

2. Magdalen Janet, m. 14 Aug. 1911, Sir Thomas Wil- 
fred Hargreaves John Erskine, 4th Bt. 

3. Sarah Katherine. 

4. Ehzabeth Mildred Louisa. 

5. Gertrude Mary. 

Lt.-Col. Sir Robert Anstruther, 5th Bt., b. 28 
Aug. 1834 ; m. 29 July, 1857, Louisa Maria Chowne (d. 
25 Jan. 1913), dau. of Rev. William Knox Marshall, B.D., 
preb. of Hereford, and d 21 July, 1886. Issue hving — 

1. Sir Ralph William Anstruther, pres. Bt. 

2. Henry Torreus Anstruther, advocate, J. P. Fife^ 
b. 27 Nov. 1860 ; m. 24 Aug. 1889, Hon. Eva Hanbury- 
Tracy, dau. of 4th Baron ' Sudeley ; M.P. (L.U.) for 
St. Andrew's Burglis 1886-1903 ; a jun. lord of the 
Treasury 1895-1903 ; alderman L.C.C. 1905-10 ; 
British rep. on Suez Canal Board since 1903. Resi- 
dence — Cowley House, 9, Little College Street, West- 
minster, S.W. Clubs — Brooks's ; New (Edin.). Issue- 
Douglas Tollemache Anstruther, b. 15 July, 1893. 
Joyce. 2nd lieut. Highland Cyclist Batt. 1914. 

3. Commodore Robert Hamilton Anstruther, R.N., 
C.M.G. 1907 ; b 10 June, 1862 ; m. 6 Jan 1890, Edith 
Flora, dau. of late William Felton Peel, of Hawley Hill 
House, Hants ; was senior naval officer in Newfound- 
land waters 1906 ; Senior Naval Officer Hong Kong. 
Residence- 
Club — National. Issue — 

Philip Noel Anstruther, b. 2 Sept. 1891 ; lieut. Roy. 
W. Kent Regt., late Indian army. 

4. Arthur Wellesley Anstruther, C.B. (civ.) 1908, b. 
5 March, 1864 ; m. 1st ,26 April, 1893, Hon. Mary Elma 
Cummiug - Bruce (d. 11 Feb. 1894), eld. dau. of 5th 
Baron Thurlow ; m. 2nd, 21 Oct. 1901, Louisa Adele 
Rose, dau. of W. H. Trapniann, of Charlesto^Ti, 
U.S.A. ; late capt. Fife Art. Mil. ; assist, sec. to Board 

of Agricultme and Fisheries since 1902. Residences 
— ; Hook Heath 

Farm, Woking. Clubs — National ; Wellington ; New 
(Edin.). Issue — 

1. Alexander Meister Anstruther, b. 26 July, 1902. 

2. Peter Ralph Anstruther, b. 10 Oct. 1907. 
1. Margaret Elizabeth. 

1. Mary Evelyn. 



ANSTRUTHER] PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



56 



CARMICHAEL-ANSTRUTHER, 10th Bt., of 

Anstruther (Scot.). Creat. Jan. 1700. 7th Bt. 
(G. B.). Great. 18 May, 1768— Sir Windham 
Frederick Carmichael - Anstruther, s. of 
9th Bt. B. 30 April, 1902 : sue. his father 
1903 ; is heritable carver and a master of the 
Household in Scotland. The baronetcy of 1694 
(Scot.) was inherited by the Rt. Hon. Sir John 
Anstruther (great - great - grandfather of the 
pres. Bt.), a distinguished lawyer, who had been 
previously made a Bt. of Great Britain,' when 
chief justice of the Supreme Court in Bengal ; 
the two titles are. therefore, in the possession of 
the pres. Bt. Residence — Carmichael House, 
Thankerton, co. Lanark. 

Sir Windham Carmchael-Anstrtjthee, 7th Bt., 
b. 6 March, 1793 ; m. 1st, 24 July, 1824, Meredith Maria 
(d. 10 April, 1841), 2iid dau. of Charles Wetherell ; m. 
2nd, 10 May, 1841, Anne Constance (d. 21 June, 1856), 
dau. of Allen Williamson Grey ; ni. 3rd, 30 Sept. 1859, 
Mary Ann (d. 31 Dec. 1905), dau. of John Parsons, 
and'd. 15 Sept. 1869. Issue— 
] Sir Winpham Charles James Carjuchabl- 
Ansteuther, 8th Bt., b. 1825 : m. 4 Sept. 1872, 
Janetta (d. 11 Sept. 1891), o. dau. of Robert Barbour, 
of Bolesworth Castle, Ches., and d. 26 Jan. 1898. 
Issue — 
Sir Windham Robert Carmichael-Anstruther, 
9th Bt., b. 26 March, 1877; m. 16 April, 1901, 
Predeeica SYLVIA (m. 2nd, 2i Dec. 1905, Maj.the 
Hon. Algernon Henry Charles Hanbury-Tracy, 
CM G. (see Sudeley, B.). Residences — Carmichael 
House, Thankerton, Lanark ; 96, Westbourne 
Terrace, W.), dau. of late Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick 
Matthew Darley, P.C., G.C.M.G., and d. 26 Oct. 
1903 Issue — 
Sir Windham Fredeeick Carsuchael- 
Ansteuther, pres. Bt. 
2. The late Windham George Conway Carmichael- 
Anstruther, b. 31 Julv, 1846 ; m. 14 Feb. 1867, Helen 
Ann Katharine, dau. of John Adam, H.E.I.C.S., 
and d. 13 Sept. 1898. Issue— 

1. The late Gerald Yorke Carmichael-Anstruther, 
b. 24 Jan. 1871 ; m. 1900, Ellen CaroUne (d. 1902), 
dau. of J. Milne, of Cradock, Cape Colony, and d. 28 
June, 1910. Issue — 
Windham Eric Feancis Carmichael- A nsteu- 
THBR, Heie Pees., b. 1900. 
2 Eric George Basil Carmichael-Anstruther, b. 10 
Feb. 1874. 

3. Hugh John Elpliinstone Carmichael-Anstruther, 
b. 27 Nov. 1875 : m. 11 Sept. 1906, Ada Marie, 
dau. of Thomas Clark, of Putney, Surrey. Issue— 
Averil. 

1. Maud Ellen Constance, m. 6 Feb. 1888, Maj.-Gen. 
John Christopher Swann, C.B., and has issue. 

2. Mildred Helen Mary, m. 19 Dec. 1895, John 
Christopher Nevile, and has issue. 

3. Muriel Vere, m. Jan. 1912, Harold Adam Whyte. 
1. Marian Alice, m. 18 Feb. 1875, Capt. Charles Roger, 
70th Regt., who d. 25 March. 1907. 



ANTIGUA, 7th Bishop of. Founded 1842 
— Rt. Rev. Edward Hutson, D.D., s. of Ven. 
Archdn Hutson, M.A., rector of St. Thomas, 
D.W.I.. and British Chap. B. 9 March, 1873 ; m. 
1897, Helen Curll, dau. of A. S. Archer ; late 
rector of St. Paul, St. Croix, and exam, chaplain 
to Bisliop of Antigua i consecrated to this see 
1911. This diocese was created in 1842, under 
patent, and originally formed a portion of the 
Barbados bishopric ; it includes the islands of 
.Antigua, Barbuda, Dominica, Montserrat, Nevis, 
;St. Christopher, Anguilla. Tortola, Saba, St. 
Bartholomew, St. Thomas, St. Croix, St. Martin's, 
and St. Eustatius. Residence — Bishop's Lodge, 
Antigua. 

ANTRIM, 11th Earl of. (0th Earl of 2nd 
Creation 19 June, 1785) ; Vise. Dunluee, 1785(1.). 
— William Randal McDonnell, eld. s. of 10th 
Earl. B. in London 8 Jan. 1851 ; m. 1 June, 
1875, Louisa Jane (V.A. ; lady of the bedchamber 
to Queen Victoria, and to Queen Alexandra), 3rd 
dau. of late Lt.-Gen. Hon. Charles Grey; sue. 
liis father 1869 ; D.L., Antrim. The earldom was 
originally bestowed in 1020 upon Sir Randall 
McDonnell for having zealously promoted the 
English interest in Ireland in the reigns of Eliza- 



beth and James I. The 6tli Earl (who afterwards 
was created a Marq.), having no male issue, ob- 
tained a new patent, creating him Vise. Dunluee 
and Earl of Antrim, with remainder to his daugh- 
ters, in order of primogeniture, and the heirs male of 
their bodies respectively, and the present peer is the 
grandson of his 2nd dau., who m. Lord Mark Kerr. 
The 3rd Earl assumed the surname of MacDonnell 
by roy. warrant 1855. Residence — Glenarm 
Castle, Larne, co. Antrim. Club — Travellers'. 
Issue — 

1. Randall Mark Keer McDonnell, Vise. Dunluce, 
b. 10 Dec. 1878 ; rn. 2 July, 1904, Margaret Isabel, 
dau. of late Rt. Hon. John Gilbert Tabot, P.C. ; 
late Ueut. 4th Batt. Roy. Lancaster Regt. Residence 
—Friendly Green, Cowden, Kent. Club— Brooks's. 

1 Hon. Randal John Somerled McDonnell, b. 22 
May, 1911. 

2. Hon. Rose Gwendolen Louisa. 

3. Hon. Jean Muriel. 

2. Hon. Angus McDonnell, b. 7 June, 1881. 

1. Lady Sybil Mary, m. 6 March, 1897, Vivian Hugh 
Smith,"and has issue. Residence— Rolls Park, Clug- 
well, Essex. 
Hugh Seymour McDonnell, 9th Earl of Antrim, 
b. 7 Aug. 1812 ; m. 3 May. 1836, Lady Laura Cecilia 
Parker (d. 26 Jan. 1883), dau. of Thomas, 5th Earl of 
Macclesfield, and d. 19 July, 1855. Issue- 
Lady Helen Laura, in. 26 Oct. 1864, Sir Malcolm Mac- 
Grcgor, 4th Bart, (whom see). 
Maek McDonnell. 10th Eael of Anteim, capt. n.y., 
D.L. Antrim, b. 3 April, 1814 ; m. 27 April, 1849, Jane 
Emma Hannah (d. 21 April, 1892), dau. of Maj. Macan, 
of CarifE, Armagh, and d. 19 Dec. 1869. Issue— 

1. William Randall McDonnell, pres. Eari. 

2. The late Hon. Mark Henrv Horace McDonnell, some- 
time lieut. 18th Regt., b. 18 Aug. 1852 ; m. 19 Aug. 
1892, Emily Fanny Dorothy (Residence— 24, Bruns- 
wick Place, Hove), dau. of Sir George Osborn, 6th 
Bt., and d. 23 April, 1909. 

3. Hon. Alexander McDonnell, Clerk of the Journals, 
House of Lords ; b. 23 June, 1857. Residence— 6, 
diaries Street, Berkeley Square, W. Club— Turf. 

4. Hon. Sir Schomberg Kerr McDonnell, G.C.V.O., 
K.C.B. (see Knightage). 

1. Lady CaroUne Elizabeth m. 27 April, 1881, Hon. and 
Rev. Alberic Edward Bertie (see Abingdon, B. of). 

2. Ladv Mabel Harriet, m. 6 June, 1878, Henry Charles 
Howard (Club— Brooks's), D.L., J.P., and has issue. 
Residence — Greystoke Castle, Penrith. 

3. Lady Evelyn. Residence— 3, Buckingham Gate, 
S.W. 

4. Lady Jane Grey, m. 1 June, 1886, Charles, 21st 
Baron Clinton. 

5. Lady Helena, m. 12 April, 18SS, Chades Barrington 
Balfour (Clubs— Bachelors' ; Carlton ; Guards' ; New, 
Edin.), D.L., J.P., M.P. (C.) Hornsey divn. of Middx. 
1900-7, and has issue. Residences- -Newton Don, 
Kelso, N.B. ; 14, Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. 



ANTROBUS, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 22 May, 

1815. — Sir Edmund Antbobus, s. of 3rd Bt. 
B. 25 Dec. 1848 ; m. 2 March, 1886, Florence, 
dau. of Capt. Jules Alexander Sartoris, of 
Hopsford Hall, Coventry ; col. late Gren. Gds. ; 
sue. his father 1899 ; is owner of Stonehenge. 
The 1st Bt. received his title, with remainder 
to his nephews, of whom the grandfather of the 
present Bart, was the elder. Residence — Ames- 
bury Abbey, Salisbury, Wilts. Club —Travellers'. 
Sir Edmund Anirobus, 3rd Bt., M.A., M.P., D.L., 
J P b 3 Sept. 1818 ; m. 11 Feb. 1847, Marianne 
Gcorgiana (d. 3 Feb. 1903), dau. of Sir George 
Dashwood, 4th Bt., and d. 1 April, 1899. Issue— 

1. Sir Edmund Antrobus, pres. Bt. 

2. Cosmo Gordon Antrobus. M.A. Camb., b. 22 Oct. 
1859 ; Barr.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1882. Residence— 
19, South Eaton Place, S.W. Club— Travellers'. 

1. Louisa Emma, m. 11 Feb. 1874, Adm. Sir Algernon 
Charles Fierchi Heneage, G.C.B. (see Knightage). 

2. Florence. Residence— 19, South Eaton Place, S.W. 



APSLEY, Baron. See Bathurst, Earl. 

ARBUTHNOT, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 3 
April. 1823; M.V.O. (4th cl.) 1904.— SiR. 
Robert Keith Arbuthnot, s. of 3rd Bt. B. 
23 March, 1864 ; m. 11 Dec. 1897, Lina, dau. of 
late Col. A. C. Macleay, C.B., 3rd Batt. Seaforth 



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PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



[ARGYLL 



Highlrs. (M.): sue. his father 1889; rear-adm. 
R.X. 1912 ; naval A.D.C. to the King 1911-12 ; 
rear-adm. 2nd battle squadron since Oct. 1913. 
Tlie baronetcy was conferred by George IV. after 
a banquet given to His Majesty in Edinburgh, 
at which William Arbuthnot presided as lord 
provost of the city. Residence — 51, Elsworthy 
Road, Hampstead, N.W. Clubs — Travellers' ; 
Roy. Automobile. Issue — 

Rosalind Desir^e. 
Maj. Sir William Wedderburx Arbuthnot, 3rd 
Bt., b. 22 Aug. 1831 ; m. 11 June, 1863, Alice Mar- 
garet (d. 5 May, 1889), dau. of Rev. Matthew Carrier 
Tompson, vie. of Alderminster, Worcs., aud d- 5 Juae, 
1889. Issue— 

1. Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, pres, Bt. 
- 2. Lt.-Col. Dalrymple Arbuthnot, R.H.A., Heir 
Pres., b. 1 April, 1867 ; served in S. Africa, 1900-2. 
3. William Fitzgerald Arbuthnot, lieut. :5rd Batt. Sea- 
forth Highh-s. (spec, reserve), b. 29 Oct. 1875 ;isKnt. 
of Grace of Order of St. Jolm of Jerusalem. Resi- 
dence — 11, Russell Chambers, Bury Street, S.W. 
Club — Army and Navy. 

ARBUTHNOTT, 12th Vise. Great. 16 Nov. 
1G41 ; Baron of Inverbervie, 1641 (S.). — 
D.i^viD Aebuthnott, s. of 9th Vise. B. 24 Oct. 
1849 ; sue. his bro. 1914. The first peer was a 
distinguished royalist in the time of Charles I. 
Seat — Arbuthnott House, Fourdoun, Kincardine- 
shire. 

John Arbuthnott, 8th Viscount Arbuthnott, b. 16 
Jan. 1778 ; m. 25 June, 1805, Margaret (d. 12 Dec. 1870), 
dau. of Hon. Walter Ogilvy, of Clova, and d. 10 Jan. 
1860. Issue— 

1. John Arbuthnott, 9th Viscount Arbuthnott, b. 
4 June, 1806 ; m. 5 June, 1837, Lady Jean Graham 
Drummond Ogilvy (d. 4 March, 1902), dau. of 6th 
Earl of Airhe, and d. 26 May, 1891. Issue — 

1. John Arbuthnott, 10th Viscount Arbuthnott, 
b. 20 July, 1843 ; m. 20 April, 1871, Anna Harriet 
(d. 23 April, 18921, o. dau. of late Edmund Allen, 
and d. 30 Nov. 1895. 

2. David Arbuthnott, 11th Vise. Arbuthnott, b. 
29 Jan. 1845 ; d. 24 May, 1914. 

3. .William arbuthnott, Pres. Vise. 

l.Hon. Clementina, m. 21 June, 1864, Alexander 
Stuart, D.L., J.P., of Inchbreek and Laithers, who 
d. 7 July, 1901, and has issue. Residence— Mount- 
' blairy, Turriff, N.B. 

2. Hon. Margaret. Residence — Torphins, N.B. 

2. The late Hon. Hugh Arbuthnott, It.-col.Ind. Army, 
b. 13 Aug. 1812 ; m. 2 Jan. 1854, Susannah Morrison 
(Residence — Brookside, Newton-le-Willows, Lanes), 
dau. of John Campbell, of Greenock, and d. 5 Feb. 
1866. Issue — 

I.John Campbell Arbuthnott CLE. 1898, commnr. 
Ind. C.S. ; M.L.C. for Eastern Bengal; b. 6 April, 
1858 ; m. 21 July, 1887, Jeannie Sinclair, dau. of 
late Robert Hamilton. Residence — Shillong, Assam, 
India. Issue — 

1. Hugh Hamilton Arbuthnott, b. 24 Feb. 1894. 

2. Robert Keith Arbuthnott, b. 21 April, 1897. 

1. Jeannie, m. 21 Nov. 1911, Nicholas Dodd 
Beatson-Bell, CLE., Ind. C.S., B.A. Oxford, and 
has issue. Residence — Shillong, Assam. 

2. Margaret Ogilvy. 

3. Susannah Mary. 

2. Hugh Corsar Arbuthnott, C.E., b. 5 Oct. 1860 ; 
m. 27 Dec. 1886, Marianne, 6th dau. of Archibald 
Gibson. Residence — Brookside, Newton-le-Willows, 
Lanes. Issue — 

1. John Arbuthnott, b. 26 June, 1894. 

2. Hugh Arbuthnott, b. 20 June, 1896. 

3. Archibald Arbuthnott, b. 8 July, 1898. 

4. Robert Arbuthnott, b. 22 Sept. 1900. 

1. Jean, m. 5 Sept. 1911, Alexander Cavendish. 
Straits C.S. 

ARCHDALE, Privy Counsellor (I.). Apptd. 
1913. — Rt. Hon. Edvs^abd Abchdale, eld. s. 
of late Rev. Henry Montgomery Arehdale, 
M.A., of Thornhill, co. Fermanagh, by Sarah 
Elizabetli, dau. of James Blackwood Price, of 
Saintfield House, co. Down. B. 22 March 1850 ; 
m. 22 Jan. 1908, Elizabeth, dau. of late Nicholas 
Harwood, of H.M. Dockyard, Pembroke, and 
widowofCapt. AV. Wingfield Clarke, Leics. Regt. ; 
ed. at Oxford, B.A. ; D.L., J.P., and (in 1902) High 
Sheriff co. Fermanagh ; High Sheriff co. Tyrone, 
1906. and Lord Lieut, since 1913. Residence — 
Castle Arehdale, Irvinestown, co. Fermanagli. 



ARDEE, Baron. See Meath, Earl of. 
ARDEN, Baron. See Egjiont, Earl of. 

ARDILAUN, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 1 May, 
1880; Bt. 15 April, 1867. — Arthur Edward 
Guinness, eld. s. of 1st Bt. B. 1 Nov. 1840 ; 
m. 16 Feb. 1871, Lady Olivia Charlotte, dau. 
of 3rd Earl of Bantry ; sue. his father in the 
baronetcy 1868 ; ed. at Eton and Trin. Coll. Dub., 
B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866 ; Hon. LL.D. 1891 ; 
M.P. Dublin 1868-9, when he was unseated, and 
1874-80 ; D.L., J.P., Galway, J.P., city and co. 
Dublin and co. Kerry. Residences — 11, Carlton 
House Terrace, S.W. ; St. Anne's, Clontarf, co. 
Dublin ; Ashford Cong, co. Galway ; Muckross, 
Killarney. Clubs — Carlton ; St. Stephen's ; 
Garrick ; University, and Kildare St. (Dublin). 
Sir BENJAiUN Lee Guinness, 1st Bt., M.P., LI.D., 
D.L., J.P., b. 1 Nov. 1798 ; m. 24 Feb. 1837, Elizabeth 
(d. 22 Sept. 1865), 3rd dau. of Edward Guinness, of Dublin, 
and d. 19 May, 1868. 

1. Arthur Edward, pres. Baron Ardilaun. 

2. The late Capt. Benjamin Lee Guinness, R.H.G., 
D.L., b. 4 Aug. 1842; m. 11 Sept. 1881, Lady Hen- 
rietta Eliza St. Lawrence (Residence — 89, Sloane 
Street, S.W.), dau. of 3rd Earl of Howth, and d. 2 
Feb. 1900. Issue — 

1. Algernon Arthur St. Lawrence Guinness, 
Heir Pres. to Baronetcy, b. 11 May, 1883. 

2. Kenelm Edward Lee Guinness, b. 14 Aug. 1887. 
Residence — Newlands, Kingston Road. 

3. Nigel Digby Lee Guinness, b. 27 May, 1892. 

3. Edward Cecil, created Viscount Iveagh. 

ARDROSSAN, Baron, ^^ee Eglinton, E. of, 

ARDWALL, Lady (Widow of Lord of Session, 
Scot.). — Christian Robison, dau. of John Gor- 
don Brown, of Lochanhead, Kirkcudbright ; m. 
1875, Andrew Jameson, LL.D., a Lord of Session, 
with the judicial title of Lord Ardwall, who d. 
21 Nov. 1911. Residences— 14, Moray Place, 
Edinburgh ; Ardwall, Kirkcudbright. 

ARGENTINA and EASTERN SOUTH 
AMERICA, 1st Bishop of.— Rt. Rev. Edward 
Francis Every, D.D., s. of Sir Henry Every, 10th 
Bt. (whom see) and Heir Pres. of present Bt. 
B. 3 April, 1862 ; ed. at Harrow aud Camb. (2nd 
class classical tripos); B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888; 
ord. 1885 ; curate of St. Paul's, West Hartle- 
pool, 1885-94 ; vicar of New Seaham 1894-9, 
and of Bensham, Gateshead, 1899-1902, when 
he was consecrated 2nd Bp. of the Falkland 
Islands ; 1st Bp. of Argentina since 1910. 
Residence — Paseo de Julio, 675, Buenos Aires. 

ARGYLL, 10th Duke of (S.). Creat. 23 June, 
1701 ; and 2nd Duke of (G.B.) 7 April, 1892 ; 
Earl of Argyll, 1457 ; Marq. of Lome and 
Kintyre, Earl of Campbell and Cowal, Vise, of 
Lochow and Glenila, Baron of Inverary, Mull, 
Morven, and Tiry, 23 June, 1701 ; Baron Camp- 
bell, 1428 ; Baron of Lome, 17 April, 1470 
(all S.) ; Baron Sundridge and Hamilton, 22 
Dec. 1766 (G.B.). — Niall Diarmid Campbell, s. 
of Lord Archibald Campbell, B. 16 Feb. 1872 ; 
sue. his uncle 1914 ; ed. at Charterhouse and Ox- 
ford B.A. 1896; D.L. Argyllshire; hon. col. 8th 
Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 1914 ; is 
hered. master of the Roy. Household in Scotland, 
hered. sheriff and lord-lieut. of Argyllshire, vice- 
Adm. of Argyllshire and West Coast of Scot- 
land, and chief of the great clan of Campbell, 
and a lineal descendant of the " MaeCalen More." 
The name was originally O'Duin, that of Camp- 
bell being taken in the 11th century. The 2nd 
Scottish Duke (d. 1743) had also the English 
dukedom of Greenwich. Residences — Inverary 
Castle, Argyll ; 28, Clarges St., W. Clubs— Bath ; 
Bachelors; Cavendish. 

George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll, 
K.G., K.T., P.C., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., b. 30 April, 
1823 ; m. 1st, 31 July, 1844, Lady Elizabeth Georgiaua 
Leveson-Gower (d. 25 May, 1878), C.I., V.A., dau. 
of 2nd Duke of Sutheriand ; m. 2nd, 13 Aug. 1881, Amelia 
Maria (d. 4 Jan. 1894), dau. of Rt. Rev. Thomas Legh 
Claughton, D.D., Bishop of St. Albans, and widow of 
Col. the Hon. Augustus Henry Archibald Anson ; m. 



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3rcl, lua Erskinc (Dowager Duchess of Argyll; Eesi- 
dences — Macharioch, Argyllsliire ; 54, Cadogau Square , 
S.W.), V.A., formerly extra Woman of the Bedchamber 
and priv. sec. to Queen Victoria, dau. of late Areliibald 
McNeill, of Colonsay, Argyll. He d. 24 April, 1900. 
Issue — 
1. JoHX Douglas Sitherland Campbell, 9th 
Duke of Argyll, P.C., K.G., K.T., G.C.V.O., 
G.C.M.G., b. 6 Aug. 1845 ; m. 21 March. 1871, 
H.R.H. Princess Louise (see Koyal Family) : ed. 
at Eton and Camb. ; Hon. LL.D. Glasgow, 1908 ; 
M.P. Argyllshire 1868-78 ; unsuccessfully contested 
Hampstead as a Liberal 1885 ; priv. see. to the 
Duke of Argyll at the India Offtce 1868-71 ; Gov.- 
Gen. of Canada 1878-83 ; gov. and constable of 
Windsor Castle, 1892-1914 : chancellor of the Order 
of St. Michael and St. George, 1905-1914 ; bearer of 
the Sceptre with the Cross (King's Regalia) Corona- 
tion of 1911 : hon. col. Lanes. Fus. (M.) ; hon. col. 14th 
Batt. Co. of London (London Scottish) Regt., 9th 
(Glasgow Highland) Batt. Highland L.I., 4th High- 
land (Mounted) Brig. R.G.A., Princess Louise's (Argyll 
and Suth. Highlanders), and 15th Argyll L.I. (Canada) ; 
pres. Argyll Terr. Force Assocn. : contested Bradford 
(U.) 1892'; M.P. (U.) South Manchester 1895-1900; 
D.L. Dumbarton ; Order of the Seraphim, the Black 
Eagle, grand Cross of Legion of Honour, of the Tower 
and Sword (Portugal), and of the League of Mercy, etc. ; 
d. 2 May, 1914. 

■2. The late Lord Archibald Campbell. D.L., J.P., Argyll, 
b. 18 Dec. 1846 ; m. 12 Jan. 1869, Janey Sevilla Cal- 
lander (Residence — Coombe Hill Farm, Kingston- 
on-Thames), dau. of James Henry Callander, of 
Craigforth, Stirling, and Ardkinglas, Argj-11. and d. 
29 March, 1913. Issue — 

XIALL DiARMID CAMPBELL, prCS. Duke. 

Lady Elspeth Angela (Precedence Sept. 1914). 
3. Lord George Granville Campbell, late lieut. R.N., b. 
25 Dec. 1850 : m. 8 May, 1879, Sybil Lascelles, o. c. 
of late James Bruce Alexander. Residences — 2, 
Brvanston Sciuare, W. 

i. Ivar Campbell, b. 14 May, 1890. 

1. Joan. 

2. Enid. 

1. Lady Evelyn, m. 10 Aug. 1886, James Baillie- 
Hamilton. 

2. Lady Frances, m. 12 Mav, 1879 Eustace James 
Anthony Balfour, F.S. A., F.RJ.B.A., who d. 14 Feb. 

■ 1911, and has issue. Residence — 32, Addison Road, W. 

3. Lady Mary Emma, m. 4 July, 1882, Rt. Rev. the 
Hon. Edward Carr-Glyn, Bishop of Peterborough. 

4. Lady Constance Harriet, m. 27 June, 1891, Charles 
Emmott, J.P., of Thorpe Hall, Durham, who d. 18 Feb. 
1910, and has issue. Residence — 19, Collingham 
Road, S.W. ; Tigh an Rudha, Inveraray, Argyll. 

ARGYLL AND THE ISLES, Bishop oJ.— 

Rt. Rev. Kenneth IMackenzie. D.D.. .s. of the 
late Lord Mackenzie, a Judge of Court of Session, 
Scotland : ed. at Oxford ; B.A. 1887 : M.A. 
1895 ; D.D. 1907 : was Cur. of St. Marv, Red- 
cliffe, Bristol. 1890-95, and of St. Paul, Dundee, 
1895-1900 : Rector of St. Paul, Dundee, and Ex- 
amining Chaplain to Bishop of Brechin. 1900 ; 
Provost of St. Paul's, Dundee, 1905-7. when he 
was consecrated Bishop of Argyll and The Isles. 
Residence — Ardconnel Lodge, Oban. 

ARKLOW, Baron. See Albany, H.R.H. the 
Dt'KE OF (Royal Family). 

ARLINGTON, Earl of, and Baron. .See Graf- 
ton, Duke of. 

ARMAGH, 111th Archbishop of, and Primate 
of all Ireland. — :Most Rev. John B.aptist 
Croziee, D.D., s. of Rev. Baptist Barton Crozier, 
B.A., of Rockview, Ballyhaise, eo. Cavan. ancl 
Kate, dau. of John Bolland, of York. B. 8 
April, 1853 ; m. 12 Sept. 1877, Alice Isabella, 
dau. of Rev. John Winthrop Hackett, M.A., of 
Bray, co. Wicklow ; ed. at Trin. Coll. Dublin ; 
B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. B.D. and D.D. 1888 : 
honours and prizes in Classics, Hebrew and 
Irish prizeman, moderator in Logic and 
Ethics, first Downes Divinity Prize, first-class 
Divinity Testimonium ; ord. 1876 ; vie. of 
Holywood, CO. Down, 1880-97, elec. Bishop of 
Ossory 1897, and held that see imtil 1907, when 
he was elec. to that of Down, Connor, and Dro- 
more ; elec. primate of Ireland 2 Feb. 1911, and 
enthroned at Armagh Cathedral 17 March, 1911 ; 
chaplain to Bishop of Down (Knox) 1885, and to 



Arclibishop of Armagh (Knox) 1887 ; chaplain to 
the viceroy 1891 ; canon of Down 1885, and of 
St. Patrick's Cathedral 1896 ; hon. sec. General 
Synod of the Church of Ireland 1896-7. The 
diocese includes the counties of Armagh and 
Louth, and portions of Derry, Tyrone, and Meath. 
Residence — -Palace, Armagh. Clubs — Royal 
Societies' ; University (Dublin) ; Leister (Bel- 
fast). Issue — 

1. Capt. Baptist Barton Crozier, R.F.A., b. 17 July, 
1878; m. 19 Nov. 1903, Ethel Elizabeth, dau. 
of late William Humphrys, of Ballyhaise ; served in 
S. Africa 1900-1 (medal with 3 clasps). Issue — 

Ronald Baptist Barton Crozier, b. 20 July, 1914. 
Cvnthia. 

2. Rev. John Winthrop Crozier, M.A., Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, b. 10 Dec. 1879 ; rn. 1 Sept. 1910. Bertha 
Elizabeth, o. dau. of C. H. McCall, J.P.. of Dunida, 
CO. Down. Residence — The Rectory, Cilbridge, co. 
Kildare. 

3. Mervyn Pakenham Crozier, b. 20 July, 1881. 

1. Alice Maud, m. 16 June, 1908, Charles Chevenix 
Coote (see Coote, Bt.). 

ARMAGH, Earl of. See Cujibeel.and, H.R.H. 
the Duke of (Royal Family). 

ARMIDALE, Bp. See Gbafton and Armidai.e, 
Bp. 

ARMITSTEAD of Castlehill, 1st Baron 

(U.K.). Creat. 19 July, 1906. — George Armit- 
stead, s. of George Armitstead, of Easing- 
wold, Yorks, and Riga, merchant. B. at Riga, 
28 Feb. 1824; m. 1848. Jane, dau. of late 
Edward Baxter, of Kinealdniuir, Forfarshire : ed. 
at Wiesbaden and Heidelberg ; has been a Rus- 
sian merchant, late head of the firms of Armit- 
stead, London, and George Armitstead, Dundee ; 
M.P. for Dundee 1868-73. and 1880-85 ; D.L., 
J. P., Forfarshire, J. P., Perthshire, D.L., county of 
Dundee; F.R.G.S. Residences — 4, Cleveland 

Square, St. James's, S.W. ; Butterstone House, 
nr. Dunkeld. 

ARMSTRONG, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 4 
Aug. 1903. — William Henrv Armstrong Fitz- 
patrick Watson-Armstrong, o. s. of late John 
William Watson, of Alderstone Hall, Northumber- 
land (eld. s. of Hon. Sir William H. Watson, 
Baron of the Exchequer, and Ann, sister of 
Lord Armstrong, of Cragside), and Margaret God- 
man, dau. of F. Patrick Perse Fitz Patrick, of 
Bognor. B. 3 May, 1863 ; m. 15 June, 1889. I 
Winifreda Jane, dau. of Gen. Sir John Adye, 
G.C.B. ; ed. at Eton and Camb., M.A. ; 
Hon. D.C.L. Durham : late maj. Northumber- 
land Hussars Yeo. (T.D.); sue. to the property 
of his great-uncle. Lord Armstrong (extinct), C,B., , 
and by his wish in 1889 assumed additional name 
and arms of Armstrong ; patron of 1 living ; 
D.L., J.P. Northumberland, sheriff 1899 ; C.C. 
for Rothbury Div. ; J.P. and Hon. Freeman, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; has Grand Cordon of Med- 
jidie. Residences — Cragside, Rothbury, and ' 
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, Clubs — 
Carlton ; Constitutional ; Northern Counties 
(Newcastle). Issue — 

Hon. William John Moxtagu Watson-Armstrono, 
Heir, b. 10 Oct. 1892; lieut. 7th Batt. Northumber- . 
laud Fus. ■ 

ARMSTRONG of Gallen, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). ' 

Creat. 18 Sept. 1841. — Sir Andrew Harvey 
Armstrong, s. of 2nd Bt. B. 23 May, 1806 ; 
sue. his fatlier 1900 ; served in S. African war 
1900-1 with Imp. Yeo. : temp. capt. Service Batt. 
J. P., King's CO. The 1st Bt. was receiver- 
general of stamps in Ireland for 10 years, and 
for a time enjoj'ed a pension for the abolition 
of the office, but he resigned it in 1841 ; he was 
for 11 j'ears M.P. for King's County. Seat — 
Gallen Priory, Ferbane. King's County. 
Rev. Sir Edmund Frederick Armstrostg, 2nd Bt., 
b. 27 May, 1836 ; m. 14 June, 1865, Alice (d. 8 Dec. 1875), 
dau. of W. W. Fisher, and d. 24 April, 1899. Issue — 
L Sir Andrew Harvey Armstrong, pres. Bt. 



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2. Nesbitt William Armstrong, Heir Pres., b. 
3 Julv, 1875 : in. 1910, Clarice Amy, dau. of Johu 
Carter ' Hod kinson, of Maryborough, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia. Issue — 

Andrew St. Clare Armstrong, b. 27 Dec. 1912. 

Editli Fisher. 

1. Beatrice Prances. 

2. Gertrude Adelaide, m. 8 Feb. 1906, Francis Hare 
Clayton. 

3 Constantia Jessie. 
4. Katharine Edith. 

ARMSTPvONG, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 17 
Oct. ]8i>i\ — Sib George Elliot Armstrong, 
s. of 1st Bt. B. 19 Jan. 1806 ; m. 7 June. 1890, 
Edith Annie, dan. of late Adolphus Fass, of the 
Grange, Chalfont St. Peter's : sue. his father 
1907 ; ed. in tlie Britannia ; lieut. R.X. on emer- 
gency list ; editor of the Glohc 1895-1907 ; con- 
tested Pembroke and Haverfordwest. Jan. 1910, 
and Southampton, Dec. 1910; Director of Naval 
Censors, Press Bureau, 1914. Residences — 24, 
Hans Road. S.W. ; Winlord, Pangbourne, Berks. 
Chibs — Beefsteak ; Carlton ; Marlborough ; Naval 
and Military. Issue — 

1. George Carl yon Armstrong, Heir, b. 5 June, 

1896 : 2nd lieut. Cold. Gds. 

1. Doris Edith. 

2. Mary. 

Sir George Carlyon Hughes Armstroxg, isr Bt., 
b. 20 July, 1836 : m. 2 Feb. 1865, ALICE FiTZROY (Resi- 
dence — 39, Cadogan Square, S.W.), dau. of Rev.Chai'les 
Joseph Furlong, M.A., and d. 30 April, 1907. Issue — 

1. Sir George Elliot Armstrong, pres. Bt. 

2. Francis Philip Armstrong, Barr.-at-law, Inner 
Temple, b. 16 Oct. 1871 ; m. 24 July, 1896, Pulcheria 
Margaret, dau. of late George Fox, D.L.. J.P., of 
Elmhurst Hall, Lichfield. Residences — Fairmile House, 
Cobham, Surrey: Oxleys, Beaulieu, Hants. Clubs — 
Jun. Carlton : Roy. Automobile. Issue — 

Philip Furlong Armstrong, b. 4 April, 1897 ; mid- 
shipman, R.N. 
1. Agnes Beatrice, m. 20 Julv, 1893, George Edmond- 
stone Kirk, D.L., J.P., whod". 23 March, 1909, and has 
issue. Residences — Thornfleld, Carrickfergus, co. 
Antrim ; Orchards. Hm'Sts. Berks. 

ARMYTAGE, 6th Bt. (G.B.). Great. 4 July, 
1738. — Sir Geohge John Armytage, s. of 5th 
Bt. B. 26 April, 1842; m. 1st., 11 May, 
1871, Ellen (d. 1890), dau. of the Rev. Ayscough 
Fawkes. of Farnley Hall, Otley, Yorksliire ; m. 
2nd, G April. 1893, Mary Georgiana, dau. of Henry 
Anthony Littledale, of Bolton Hall, Craven, 
Yorks ; sue. his father 1899 ; chrm. Lancashire 
and Yorkshire Rly. Co. ; F.S.A. ; D.L., West 
Riding, Yorkshire ; high sheriff Yorks. 1907. The 
1st Bt. of this creation was high sheriff of Yorks. 
1740. Residences — Kirklees Park, Brighouse, 
Yorks ; 27. Cambridge Square, W. Club — 
Windham. Issue — 

1. Maj. George Ayscough Armytage, Heir, King's 
Roy. Rifle Corps, b. 2 March, 1872 ; m. 12 July, 
1899, Ain.ee, dau. of Sir Lionel Milborne Swinnerton- 
Pilkington, 11th Bt. Club— Carlton Issue— 

1. John Lionel Armytage, b. 23 Nov. 1901. 

2. Reginald WiUiam Armytage, b. 18 May, 1903. 
1. Bariiara Ellen. 

2. John Hawksworth Armytage, assist, inspector. Board 
of Trade, b. 19 May, 1873 ; m. 8 Feb. 1912, Everilda 
Frances, o. dau. of late Ralph Creyke, D.L., of Raw- 
cliffe and Marton, Yorks. Residence — 81, West- 
bourne Terrace, W. Club — Isthmian. Issue — 

Walter John Armytage, b. 27 March, 1913. 
1. Editli Beatrice, in. »19 July, 1905, Marjoribanks 
Kcppel North (Club — Windharii), M.I.C.E., and has 
issue. Residence — Little Germains, Chesham, Bucks, 

Sm George Armytage, 5th Bt., b. 3 Aug. 1819 ; 

m. 1 June, 1841, Eliza Matilda Mary (d. 2 March, 1898), 

dau. of Sir Joseph Radcliffe, 2nd Bart, (whom see), and 

d. 9 March, 1899. Issue — 

1. Sir George John Armytage, pres. Bt. 

2. Lt.-Col. Arthur Henry Armytage, late R.H.A. (ret. 
1886) ; b. 27 Aug. 1845 ; J.P., E.R. Yorks ; m. 24 
June, 1879, Katharine Harriett, dau. of Ralph 
Creyke, of Rawcliffe and Marton, Yorks. Resi- 
dence — riie White House, Clifton, York. Clubs — 
Armv and Xavv ; Yox"kshire. Issue — 

1. "Dorothy Harriet, m. 13 Feb. 1908, Henry Halford 
Dawes {aee Knightage), and has issue. Residence — 

2, Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, W. 

2. Lilac Gweudolin. 

3. Frances Guinevere. 



ARNOTT, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 12 Feb. 
1890. — Sir John Alexander Arnott, s. of 1st 
Bt. B. 10 Nov. 1853 ; m. 27 Sept. 1881, Caroline 
Sydnej', dau. of Sir Frederick Martin Williams, 
2nd Bt. ; sue. his father 1898 ; chairman Irish 
Times ; It. -col. late 4th Batt. Cheshire Regt. 
(M. ) ; gov. roy. Hibernian mil. sch., Dublin; 
D.L., J. P., CO. Cork. Residence — 12, Meriion 
Square. Dublin. Clubs — Carlton ; Wellington ; 
White's ; Kildare Street (Dublin). Issue — 

1. John Arnott, Heir, liiut. and adjt. 15th Hussars, 
b. 25 July, 1885 ; ed. at Eton. 

2. Lauriston Johu Arnott, lieut. Scottish Rifles, b. 
27 Nov. 1890. 

3. Robert John Arnott, b. 19 Aug. 1896. 

4. Thomas John Arnott, b. 12 April, 1899. 

1. Margaret Christian Salome, m. 14 Sept. 1904, Hugh 
Blenkinsop Spence, and has issue. 

2. Mary Christian. 

3. Lina Victoria. 

Sir John Arnott, 1st Bt., M.P. for Kinsale 1859- 
63 ; b. 26 July, 1814 ; m. 1st, 20 Jan. 1852, Mary (d. 29 
July, 1866), dau. of John James McKiulay, of Stirling ; 
m. 2nd, 7 Nov. 1872, Emily Jane (Lady Fitzgerald- 
Arnott ; (Residences — Woodlands, Cork : The Castle, 
Castlemartvr, co. Cork ; Dunardagh, Blaekrock, co. 
Dublin), dau. of Rev. Edward Loftus Fitzgerald, 
rector of Ardagh, and d. 28 March, 1898. His widow 
assumed, in 1902, for herself and her issue the addnl. 
prefix surname of Fitzgerald. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Sir John Alexander Arnott, pres. Bt. 

2. David Tavlor Arnott, b. 28 April, 1855 ; m. 1st, 
1890. Ethel Marion Napier (d. 21 Nov. 1893), o. dau. 
of Capt. Frederic John Bell, 47th Regt. ; m. 2nd, 11 
Dec. 1895, Blanche Emma, o. dau. of John Girdwood, 
J.P. Residence — Kensington Palace Mansions, W. 
Club — Jun. Carlton. Issue by 1st in. — 

1. John Frederic Arnott, b. 2 June, 1892. 

2. David Terence Edinond Arnott, b. 27 Sept. 1899. 
1. Marie Ethel. 

3. The late Mangerton Wilham Arnott, of Drumdiah, 
CO. Cork, J.P., b. 14 Aug. 1856 ; m. 10 Nov. 1886, 
Eliza Mary (d. 1898), dau. of Thomas Arnott, of Blair- 
more, Argyll, and d. 16 Dec. 1901. Issue — 

Eliza Mary, m. 27 May, 1913, William Maule 
Reginald Wingate. Residence — Court, CuUomp- 
ton, Devon. 

1. Rosina, m. 30 Oct. 1872, Capt. William Johnson, of 
Oddington, Glos.. who d. 1899, and has issue. 

2. Margaret Jane, m. 1st, 28 Sept. 1880, Francis 
Augustus St. Maur Shiel, who d. 21 Sept. 1887, and 
had issue ; m. 2nd, 6 Aug. 1892, Maj. Harry Wetherell 
Rowden, late Wilts Regt., and has issue. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

4. Capt. Loftus Percival Fitzgcrald-Arnott, spec, res., 
late 3rd Batt. Leinster Regt.. b. 7 Nov. 1873. Resi- 
dence — The Castle, Castfcmartyr, co. Cork. Club — 
Bachelors'. 

5. Cecil John Maxwell Fitzserald-Arnott, late lieut. 
3rdiBatt. Leinster Regt.. b. 4 Aug. 1882. 

3. Emmeline Louisa, m. 16 Sept. 1896, Capt. Godfrey 
Herbert Bloomfleld, and has issue. Residence — 
New Park, co. Waterford. 

4. Jessie Alexandra. 

5. Lily Eleanor, m. 12 Aug. 1902, Arthur Edward 
Rogers, and has issue. Residence — Oaklands, Clon- 
mel. 

6. Florence Geraldine, m. 24 June, 1906, Capt. Henry 
Herbert Ronald White (Cubs — Army and Navy ; 
Roy. Automobile), late King's Roy. Rifle Corps, J.P. 
Donegal, and has issue. Residence — Lough Eske 
Castle, CO. Donegal. 

7. Marv Louisa Mabel. 



ARRAN, Earl of. See HAiirLTON, Duke of. 



ARRAN, 6th Earl of. Great. 12 April, 1702; 
Vise. Sudlev. Baron Saunders. 15 Aug. 1758 ; 
Bt. 10 April, 1002 (I.). Baron Sudley (U. 
K.) 7 Nov. 1884, by which last title he holds his 
seat in the House of Lords ; K.P. 1909. — Arthur 
Charles Jocelyn Gore. s. of 5th Earl. B. 14 
Sept. 1808 : m. 10 Aug. 1902, Freule INlaud 
Jacqueline Marie Beauelerk, dau. of Baron Huy- 
ssen de Kattendyke, of Holland ; sue. his father 
1901 ; ed. at Eton ; It. -col. comdg. 15th Batt. 
County of London Regt. ; formerly It. -col. 
comdg. P.O.W.O. 12th Middx. Regt. ; late adj. 
and brevet maj. Roy. H. Gds. (ret. 1903) ; served 
with the Egyptian army, and in. S. African 
war ; capt. res. of ofScers ; mil. memb. London 



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Terr. Force Assocn. ; col. comdg. Irish Officers 
Training Corps ; Knt. of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem 1911. This family traces 
its descent from Gerard Gore, an alderman of 
London at the close of the 16th century ; a 
junior memb. of the hoixse, Lord Annaly, was 
lord chief justice of the King's Bench in Ireland, 
and was speaker of the House of Lords 1707. 
Residences — Castle Gore, Ballina, co. Mayo ; 
Ravensdale Park, Dundalk ; Hyde Hall, Saw- 
bridgeworth. Herts. Clubs— Turf ; R.Y.S. : 
Garrick ; Travellers' ; Kildare St. (Dublin). 
Issue — 

1. Akthur Paul John James Charles Gore, Vise. 
SUDLEY, b. 31 July, 1903. 

2. Hon. Arthur Strange Kathendyke David Archibald 
Gore, b. 5 July, 1910. 

Philip Yorke Gore, 4th Earl of Akrax, K.P., b. 23 
Nov. 1801 ; m. 1 March, 1838, Elizabeth Marianne (d. 
27 April, 1899), dau. of Gen. Sir William Francis Patrick 
Napier, K.C.B., and d. 25 June, 1884. Issue — 
1 . Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox Goke, 
oTH E.iRL. K.P., b. 6 Jan. 1839 ; m. 1st, 21 Feb. 1865, 
Hon. Edith (d. 3 Oct. 1871), dau. of Robert, Vise. 
Jooelyn (see Roden, E. of) ; ni. 2nd, 29 July, 1889, 
Winifred Ellen (Residence — Queen Anne's Mead, 
Windsor), Lad y-in- Waiting to H.R.H. Princess Chris- 
tian 1886-9, dau. of late Jolin Reilly, of St. Bridged's, 
CO. Dublin, and widow of Hon. John Montagu Stop- 
ford (see COURTOWN, E. of), and d. 14 March, 1901. 
Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Arthur Jocelyn Charles Gore, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Mabcll Frances Elizabeth, Extra Lady of 
the Bedchamber to Queen Mary, m. 19 Jan. 1886, 
David, 8th Earl of Airiie. 

2. Lady Cicely Alice, Extra Lady of the Bedchamber 
to Queen Alexandra, m. 17 May, 1887, James 
4th Marq. of Sahsbury. 

3. Lady Esther Caroline Georgiana, m. 26 July, 
1894, William, 2nd Vise. Hambleden. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

4. Lady Winifred Helena Lettice. 

1. Lady Caroline Anncsley, m. 21 Aug. 1869, Walter, 
Sth Baron Ruthven. 
. 2. Lady Mary Napier, m. 30 July, 1889, Herbert 
Brisbane Ewart, and has issue. Residence — 8, West 
Eaton Place, S.W. 



ARTHUR, 3rd Bt. of Upper Canada (U.K.) 

Creat. 5 June, 1841; M.V.O. 1909. — Sir CiEORGE 
CoMPTON Archibald Arthur, s. of 2nd Bt. 
B. 30 April, ISfiO ; m. 11 Aug. 1898, Kate Har- 
riet, dau. of Horatio Brandon and widow of 
Arthur Raymond Yates ; sue. his father 1878 : 
lieut. Hertford Militia, 1879 ; lieut. 2nd Life 
Gds., 1880-6 ; served in Egyptian campaign 
1882, in Nile campaign 1885, and with Imp. Yeo. 
on staff in S. African war ; capt. late Herts I.Y., 
and hon. capt. in the army. The 1st Bt. was 
a distinguished Gen., who was successively gover- 
nor of Honduras, Van Diemen's Land, Upper 
Canada, and Bombay. Residence — 23, The 
Boltons, S.W. Clubs — Marlborough ; Carlton. 

The late George Arthur (gVandson of 1st Bt.), b. 

19 Jan. 1851 ; m. 19 Aug. 1873, Helen (d. 16 April, 1878), 
dau. of Neale Thomson, of Campliill, Glasgow, and d. 

20 Sept. 1878. Issue— 

1. Edward Malcolm Arthur, Heir Pres., late lieut. 
S. Wales Borderers ; b. 1874 ; m. 1906, Evelyn, dau. 
of late Edward George Kerr, of Timaru, N.Z. Resi- 
dence — Strathdoon, Trafalgar Street, Timaru, N.Z. 
Issue — 

George Malcolm Arthur, b. 1908. 
Edith Doreen. 

2. George Frederick Neale Arthur, b. 1878. 

1. Emma Catherine Charlotte, m. 1867, Capt. James J. 
Blair, I.S.C, wlio d. 20 May, 1870, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — Desoronto, Ontario, Canada. 

2. Amy Sellon. 

3. Blanche Sarah Owen, m. 22 April, 1880, James 
Henry Patry, and has issue. 

CoL. Sir Frederick Leopold Arthur 2nd Bt b 
20 Dee. 1816 ; m. 24 April, 1856, Lady Elizabeth Hay 
(m. 2nd, 22 Nov. 1883, Rev. Ernest Edward Dugmore, 
vie. of Parkstone, Dorset, and d. 24 Feb. 1902). dau. of 
10th Earl of KinnouU, and d. 1 June, 1878. Issue — 

Sir George Compton Archibald Arthur, pros. 

Bt. 

Prederica Louisa Juliana, m. 28 April, 1881 Alfred 

Edward William Darby (Clubs— Bachelors' ; Carl- 



ton), D.L., J.P., Salop, and has issue. Residence — 
Adcote, Little Ness, Salop. 



ARTHUR, 1st Bt. of Carlung (U.K.). Creat. 
10 Jan. 1903. — Sir [Matthew Arthur, of 
Carlung, eld. s. of James Arthur, of Carlung, 
Ayrshire, and Barshaw, Renfrewshire, chrmn. of 
Arthur & Co., Ltd., by Jane, dau. of Thomas Glen, 
of Thornhill, CO. Renfrew. B. 9 March, 1852 ; m. 
8 July, 1879, Janet Stevenson Bennett, dau. of 
Alex. Bennett McGrigor, LL.D., of Cairnoch, 
Stirlingsliire ; ed. at private school in St. An- 
drews and at Glasgow Univ. ; chrmn. of Arthur & 
Co., Ltd., of Glasgow ; director Glasgow & S.W. 
Rly. ; chrmn. Western Infirmary. Glasgow ; 
was chairman West of Scotland Liberal Unionist 
Association 1893-1912 ; Convener, Western Divi- 
sional Council, Scottish Unionist Assocn. 1913 ; 
Pres. 1914; memb. of exec. comm. ; Natnl. Union- 
ist Assocn. ; memb. of roy. comp. of archers 
(King's bodyguard for Scotland) ; D.L., J. P., Ayr 
and Glasgow. Residence — Fullarton, Troon, 
Ayrshire. Clubs — Brooks's ; Windham ; Boodle's ; 
Carlton ; Western (Glasgow) ; New (Edinburgh). 
Issue — 

James Cecil Arthur, HEiR,2n(l lieut. Ayrshire Yeo.; 
late lieut. 4th Batt, Argyll and Suthld. Highlrs., 
b. 2 June, 1883 ; m. 5 Feb. 1907, Evelyn, dau. of 
Henry March-Phillipps, of Fairby, Tiverton, N. Devon ; 
ed. at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford. Residence— Trees- 
bank, Kilmarnock, N.B. Issue — 

Mattliew Arthur, b. 12 May, 1909. 

Pamela Helen. 
Elizalx'th MurieL m. Ian Archibald Finlay (Clubs- 
Cavalry ; Roy. Highland Yacht), maj. Scottish Horse ; 
late lieut. Roy. Scots Greys. Residence — Caste Tow- 
ard, Toward Point, Argyllshire. ■ 

ARUNDEL, Earl of. See Norfolk. Duke of. 

ARUNDELL of Wardour, 14th Baron 

(E.). Croat. 4 May, 1605. — Edgar Clifford 
Arundell, s. of late Theodore Arundell, by 
Louisa, dau. of John Hussey, of Nash Court, 
Dorset, and great-grandson of the Hon. Thomas 
Raymond Arundell, bro. of 9th Baron. B. 20 
Dec. 1859: m. 28 Nov. 1895. Ellen, dau. of 
late John Thatcher and widow of J. Mel- 
bourne Evans : sue. his kinsman 1907. The 1st 
Baron had distinguished himself in the imperial 
army in Hungary, when he was create I a Count 
by Rodolph II., Emijeror of Germany, and on 
his return home was elevated to the peerage of 
England. Residence — Wardour Castle, Tisbury, 
Wilts. 

Brothers and sisters of pres. Baron — 
1. Gerald Arthur Arundell, Heir Pres., J.P. 
Wilts ; b. 11 Dec. 1861 ; m. 9 Jan. 1906, Ivy, o. dau. 
of late Capt. F. W. Segrave, 71st Highlrs. Residence 
— Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wilts. Issue — 
1. John Francis Arundell, b 18 June, 1907. 

1. Blanche Mary. 

2. Mary Isabella. 

1, Blanche Mary, a nun. 

2. Maud Mary, m. 9 Aug. 1887, William Maund (d. 1896). 
Henry Benedict Arundell, 11th Baron Arundeh 
OF Wardour, b. 12 Nov. 1804 ; m. 2nd, 22 Sept. 1829, 
i'rances Catherine (d. 19 April, 1836), dau of Sir Henry 
Tichborne, 8th Bt. ; m. 3rd, 19 June, 1838, Hon. 
Theresa Stourton (d. 26 Oct. 1878), dau. of William Lord 
Stourton, and d. 19 Oct. 1862. Issue by 2nil m. — 

1 . John Francis Arundell, 12th Baron Arundell of 
W.VRD0UR,b. 28 Dec. 1831 : m. 13 Oct. 1862, Annb 
Lucy (Residence — Wardour Castle. Tisbury, Wilts), 
dau. of John Errington, of High Warden, Northld., 
and d. 26 Oct. 1906. 

2. EVERARD ALOYSIUS GONZAGA ARUNDELL, 13TH 

Baron Arundell of Wardour, in holv orders of the 
Church of Rome, b. 6 Sept. 1834 ; d."uum. 11 July, 
1907. 
Issue by 3rd m. — 

1. Hon. Cecily Mary, a nun. 

2. Hon. Gertrude Mary. 

ASHBOURNE, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 4 
July, 1885. — William Gibson, s. of 1st Baron. 
B. in Dublin. 16 Dec. 1868 ; m. 7 Jan. 1896, 
Marianne, dau. of Mon. Roger de Monbrison of 



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Paris ; sue. his father 1913 ; ed. at Harrow, 
Dubhn Univ., and Oxford, B.A. 1892; M.A. 
Oxford and Dubhn ; J.P.,cos. Dublin and Meath. 
Residences — ^Moorliurst, Holmwood, Surrey ; 57, 
Avenue INlontaigne, Paris. Club — Athenjeuin. 

Edward Gibson, 1st Baron Ashbourne P.O., LL.D., 
Attorney-Gen. tor Ireland 1877-80, and Lord (Miaiicellor 
of Ireland 1885-6, 1886-92, and 1895-1905; b. 4 Sept. 
1837 : lu. 4 April, 1868, FRANCES M.uiiA Adelaide 
(Residence — 5,'Grosvenor Crescent, S.W.), dau. of Henry 
Cope Colles, Barr.-at-law, and d. 22 May, 1913. Issue — 

1. William Gibson, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Edward Graves Mayne Gibson, Heir Pres., 
M.A., Camb. and Dublin ; Barr.-at-law, King's Inns, 
1901 ; J.P., CO. Dublin ; b. 28 July, 1873 ; m. 15 Aug. 
1900, Mary Philips, dau. of late Henry Russell Greg, 

- of Lode Hill, Cheshire. Residence — Highlands, Hasle- 
mere, Surrey. Clubs — Carlton : Kildare Street (Dub- 
lin). Issue — 

1. Edward Russell Gibson, b. 1 June, 1901. 

2. John Mavne Gibson, b. 6 June, 1906. 

3. William David Gibson, b. 22 March, 1914. 

1. Erica Elba. 

2. Kathleen Mary. 

3. Ehzabeth Marion. 

3. Hon. Ernest Victor Gibson, Barr.-at-law, Kings Inns , 
1899 ; b. 3 Jan. 1875 ; m. 1st. 28 April, 1905, Marv 
AVood Salisbury (d. 21 Sept. 1905), dau. of Joseph L. R. 
Wood, of Iv^ew York ; in. 2nd, 8 Dec. 1909, CaroUne, 
dau. of Frederic do Billier, of New York ; ed. at 
Trin. Coll., Dublin,, and Camb. ; hon. lieut. in the 
army ; served in S. Africa in Imp. Yco. Residence — 
Aldermore, Holmbury St. Mary, Surrey. C lubs — 
Bachelors' ; Roy. St. George's Yacht (Kingstown). 

1. Hon. Ehzabeth Mary, m. 6 June, 1893, Hon. William 
Oeorge Algar Orde Powlett {see BOLTON, B.). 

2. Hon. Violet Albina. 

3. Hon. Frances Maud^ ni. 2 July, 1904, Alexander 
Horsburgh Portrr (see Porter, Bt.). 

4. Hon. Constance Anna. 



ASHBROOK, 8th Vise. Creat. 30 Sept. 1751 ; 
Baron of Castle Durrow, 27 Oct. 1733 (I.). — 
Robert Thomas Flower, s. of 5tli Vise, and 
Frances, dau. of Rev. Sir John Robinson, 
Bt. .B. 1 April, 1836; m. 18 July, 1866, Ger- 
trude Sophia (d. 8 Nov. 1911), dau. of Rev. 
Sewell Hamilton, of Batli ; sue. his bro. 1906 ; 
is It. -col. late 4th Batt. Prince of Wales 
Leinster Regt. (Roy. Canadians). Tlio 1st Baron 
was M.P. for Kilkenny 1715-27, and for Port- 
arlington 1727-43. Residence — Castle Durrow, 
Queen's Co., Ireland. Issue — 

1. Hon. Llowaroh Egbert Flower, Heir, b. 7 
July, 1870 ; ni. 14 Feb. 1899, Gladys Lucille Beatrice, 
dau. of Gen. Sir George Wcntworth Alexander 
Higginson, G.C.B. (see Knightage). Residence — Castle 
Durrow, Queen's Co. Club — Carlton. Issue — 

Desmond Llowarch Edward Flower, b. 9 July, 1905. 

Eileen Augusta Sybil. 
2. Hon. Reginald Henry Flower, b. 15 June, 1871 ; 
m. 10 May, 1901, Kate, dau. of Col. Cuming, of Crovar, 
CO. Cavan. 

1. Hon. Frances Mary, m. 2 Sept. 1893, Harry Ernest 
White. 

2. Hon. Eva Constance Gertrude. 

3. Hon. Gertrude. 
Sister living — 

Hon. Caroline Gertrude, m. 1 May, 1866, Col. George 
Blucher Hencage Marton, M.P., D.L., J.P., who d. 18 
Aug. 1905, and has issue. Residence^Capernwray 
Hall. Over Kellet. Carnforth. 

ASHBURNHAM, 6th Earl oS. Creat. 14 May, 
1730; Vise. St. Asaph, 1730 (G. B.) ; Baron 
of Ashburnham, 20 May, 1089 (Eng.). — Thomas 
AsHBURNHAM, s. of 4th Earl. B. 8 April, 
1865 ; m. 10 June, 1903, Maria Elizabeth, 
dau. of W. H. Anderson of Fredericton, New 
Brunswick ; sue. liis bro. 1913 ; late capt. 7th 
Hussars, served in Egypt 1882 (has Order of 
Medjidie ); sometime extra A.D.C. to Lord-Lieut, of 
Ireland. The 1st Baron was grandson of a dis- 
tinguished royalist. Residences — Ashburnham 
Place, Battle, Sussex ; Barking Hall, Needham, 
Suffolk ; Pembrey, Carmarthenshire. Issue — 
None. 

Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham, b. 
23 Nov. 1797 : m. 8 Jan. 1840, Katherine Charlotte (d. 
6 Feb. 1894), dau. of George BailUe, of Jerviswood, co. 



Lanark, and sister of 10th Earl of Haddington, and d. 
22 June, 1878. Issue^ 

1. Bertram Ashburnham, 5th Earl ofAshburnham, 
b. 28 Oct. 1840 ; ni. 25 Feb. 1888, Emily (d. 12 Feb. 
1900), dau. of late R. Chaplin, and d. 15 Jan. 1913. 
Issue — 

Lady Mary Catherine Charlotte. 

2. Th ■ late Hon. John Ashburnham, b. March, 1845 ; 
J. P. Sussex, 2nd sec. diplomatic service, ni. 21 March, 
1907, Maud Mary, dau. of late Charles Royal Daw - 
son, of Madras, and d. 12 April, 1912. 

3. Thomas Ashburnham, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Margaret, m. 3 Aug. 1882, John Joseph Bicker- 
steth (Club — Brooks's). B.A., Barr.-at-law, Inner 
Temple. Residence — Cottingham House, Cotting- 
ham, E. Yorks. 

2. Lady Mary, m. 23 Jan. 1883, Sydney George, 2nd 
Vise. Knutsford. 

ASHBURTON, 5th Baron (U.K.). Creat. 10 
April, 1835. — Francis Denzil Edward Baring, 
s. of 4th Baron. B. 20 July, 1866 ; m. 1st, 
25 July, 1889, Hon. Mabel Edith Hood (d. 18 
Jan. 1904), dau. of 4th Vise. Hood (whom see); 
m. 2nd, 19 Feb. 1906, Frances, dau. of J. C. Don- 
nelly, of New York ; sue. his father 1889 ; maj. 
Hampshire Y. Carabiniers ; D.L., Southampton. 
The first peer was a well-known merchant, who 
became President of the Board of Trade in 1834, 
and was ambassador to America in 1842. Resi- 
dence — The Grange, Alresford. Hants. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Turf ; Cavalry ; R.Y.S. Issue by 1st 
m. — 

1. Hon. Alexander Francis St. Vincent Baring, 

Heir, b. 7 April, 1898. 

1. Hon. Venetia Marjorie Mabel, Maid of Honour to 
Queen Mary. 

2. Hon. Aurea V'era. 

3. Hon. Angela Mildred. 

4. Hon. V'iolet Alma Madeline. 

Francis Baring, 3rd Baron Ashburton, b. 24 May, 
1800 ; m. Dee. 1832, Hortense Eugenie Claire (d. 15 
Dec. 1882), dau. of Hughes Bernard Muret, Duke of 
Bassano in France, and d. 6 Sept. 1868. Issue — 
Alexander Hugh Baring, 4th Baron Ashburton, 
b. 1835; m. 5 Jan. 1864, Hon. Leonora Caroline (Resi- 
dence — 16. Cadogan Square, S.W.). dan. of Edward 
St. Vincent, 9th Baron Digby, and d. 18 July, 1889. 
Issue — 

1. Francis Denzil Edw.\rd Baring, pres. Baron. 
2 Capt. the Hon. Frederick Arthur Baring, res. of 
officers, b. 18 Sept. 1867 ; lieut. 5th Batt. Roy. Fus. 
1887-90, capt. Hants Yeo. 1902-10 ; m. 30 April, 
1890, Laura Louisa, dau. of F. Hobson. Resi- 
dence — Candovcr House, Brown Candover, Hants. 
Issue — 

Evelyn Claire. 
3. Hon. Alexander Henry Baring, J. P. Hants. ; b. 4 
Sept. 1869. Residence — The Grange, Alresford. 
4 Mai. the Hon. Guy Victor Baring, res. of officers, 
late Colds. Gds. ; b. 26 Feb. 1873 ; M.P. (C.) for 
Winchester since 1906; m. 16 July, 1903, Olive, 
dau. of Hugh Colin Smith, of Mount Clare, 
Roehampton^ served in S. Africa 1899^1900 and in 
Br. E. Africa 1901. Residents — Biddrsilen House, 
Andover; 16, Cadogan Square, S.W. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Guards'. Issue — 

1. Simon Alexander Vi .'ian Baring, b. 22 Nov. 1905. 

2. Amyas Evelvn Giles Baring, b. 21 Jan. 1910. 

3. Aubrey George Adeane Baring, b. 3 May, 1912. 

4. Esmond Charles Baring, b. 11 March, 1914. 
1 Olivia Constance Leonora. 

5. Hon. Carjd Digby Baring, b. 13 Jan. 1S80 : m. 28 
Nov 1907, Ivy, dau. of Humphrev Brooke Firman, 
of Gateforth, Yorks; lieut. Colds. Gds. 1900-7; 
served in S. Africa 1899-1902. Residence — 35, 
Gloucester Place, W. 

Denzil Baring, b. 24 March, 1909. 

Leonora Jacqueline. 
1. Hon. Lilian iheresa Claire, m.5 March, 1906, Lt.- 
Co!. Frederick Loch Adam, M.V.O., who d. 31 March, 
1907. Residence — 16, Cadogan Square, S.W. 
Hon. Marie Anne Louisa, m. 10 Feb. 185S, William 
Hcnrv, 6th Duke of Grafton. 



ASHBY ST. LEDGERS. 

Baron. 



See WiMBORNE, 



ASHCOMBE, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 22 
Aug. 1892 : P.C. 1880. — George Cdbitt, s. 
of "^Thomas Cubitt, of Denbies, Surrey, and 
Mary Anne, dau. of Samuel Warner. B. 4 
June, 1828 ; m. 14 .June, 1853, Laura (d. 7 July, 



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1904), dau. of late Rev. James Joyce, Vicar 
of Dorkin? ; ed. at Camb.. M'.A. 1854 ; 
J.P.. Siirrev ; D.L., Surrey and Middlesex, M.P. 
for West Surrey 1860, and for Mid Surrey 1885, 
vmtil liis elevation to the peerage ; second Cluirch 
Estates Conimnr. 1874-9 ; memb. of council of 
Selwyn Coll. 1887 ; clirmn. Canterbury House of 
Laymen 189.5-1905; hon. col. 5th Batt. Roy. 
West Siu'i-ev Regt. Residences — 17. Prince's 
Gate. S.^V. ; "Pallapit, S. Devon. Club— Carlton. 
Issue — 

1. Hon. Hexry ctbitt, Heir, C.B. (civ.) 1911, 
M.A. Ciiiub., .T.P. Surrey; b. 14 March, 1867; ed. 
at Eton and Camb. ; lord-lieut. of co. Surrey since. 
190.5 ; M.P. (C.) Ecisato divn. 1892-1906 ; It.-col. 
conidg. Surrey Yeo. (hon. col. 1906) 1901-12; pres. 
Surrey Terr. Force Assocn. since 1908; m. 21 Aug. 
1890,' Maud Mariamne, dau. of late Col. Archibald 
, Motteux Calvert, E. A., of Ockley Court, Surrey. Re- 
sidences — Denbies, Dorking ; 17, Prince's Gate, S.W. 
Club — Carlton. Issue — 

1 . Henrv Archibald C'ubitt, b. 3 Jan. 1892 ; licut. 
Colds, (ids. 

2. Aliek George Cubitt, b. 16 Jan. 1894 ; lieut. loth 
Hussars. 

3. William Hugh Cubitt, b. 30 May, 1896. 

4. Koland Calvert Cubitt. b. 26 Jan. 1899. 

5. Archibald Edward Cubitt, b. 16 Jan. 1901. 

6. Charles Guy Cubitt, b. 13 Feb. 1903. 

1. Hon. Helen Laura. Residence — Lyncourt, Tor- 
quay. 

2. Hon. Mary Agnes, m. 23 April, 1884, Rev. Ed\vard 
Arthur Chichester, M.A. {see O'Neill, B.).^ 

3. Hon. Adelaide Laura, m. 20 Oct. 1891, Richard 
Anthony Fuller-Maitland, F.R.G.S., memb. of Lloyd's. 
Eesidenct — :)8, Hans Place, S.W. 

4. Hon. Mildred Sophia, m. 4 Oct. 1883, George Wil- 
liam Tallents, B.A. Oxford, Barr.-at-la^v, Line. Inn. 
Residence — 49. Warwick Square, S.W^. 

5. Hon. Beatrice Hayward, m. 8 April, 1891, William 
Archibald CalviTt, J. P. Surrey, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — Old House Coolham, Horsham. 



ASHFORD, Baron. See Albem.\ele, Earl of. 



ASHLEY, Baron. See Shaftesbltry, Earl of. 

ASHMAN, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 2.3 Xov. 
1907 : Knt. Bach. 1899.— Sir Frederick Her- 
bert Ashman. B. 16 Jan. 1875 ; sue. his father 
1914: ed. at Comfort's School; m. 5 Julv, 
1898, Alice Ethel, dau. of William Ansell Todd, 
J.P., of Portishead, Somt., Weston-super-Mare. 
Residence — Thirlemere, Minehead. 
Sir Herbert Ashman, 1st Bt., s. of Thomas Xathaniel 
Ashman, of Bristol. B. 11 June, 1854 ; m. 2 April, 1874, 
Eliza, dau. of Frederick George Loreuzen, of Bristol ; 
first Lord Mayor of Bristol 1899, and d. 26 Sept. 1914'. 
Issue — 

1. Frederick Herbert Ashman, Pres. Bt. 

1. Lilian, m. 24 July, 1901, W^iUiam Leonard Olive, 
and has issue. Residence — Garth Lodge, Sncyd Park, 
Bristol 

2. May Louise, m. 21 Feb. 1907, Percy William George 
Sargent, F.R.C.S., and has issue. Residence — 20 
Harley Street, W. 



ASHTON, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 25 July, 
1895. — James Williamson, s. of James William- 
son, of Parkfield. Lancaster, J. P., and Eleanor, 
dau. of Leonard Miller, of Lancaster. B. 31 Dec 
1842 : m. 1st, 23 Sept. 1869, Margaret (d. 10 April, 
1877), dau. of .Joseph Gatey, of Keswick ; m. 2nd, 
23 Nov. 1880. .Jessy Henrietta (d. 6 Oct. 1904), 
dau. of James Stewart of Clapham. Yorks; 
m. 3rd, 30 July. 1909, Florence Maude, dau. of the 
late Rev. R. Daniel, vie. of Osbaldwick, nr. York, 
and widow of the late Col. J. Lawson Whalley, of 
Richmcaid House. Lancaster ; M.P. for Lanca.s'ter 
div. of N. Lancashire (H.R.) 1886-95 ; D.L., J.P., 
Lancashire. High Sheriff 1885; J.P., London. 
Residences — Ashton Hall and Ryelands, Lan- 
caster ; Alford House, Prince's Gate, S.W. 
Issue — 

Hon. [Eleanor (Ella), m. 11 April, 1899, William, 2nd 
Vise, i'eel. 



ASHTON, of Hyde, 1st Baron (U.K.). Great. 
28 Jmie, 1911. — Thomas Gair Ashton, s. of 
late Thomas Ashton, of Hyde, Cheshire, and 
Ford Bank. Didsbury, LL.D., D.L., J.P., and 
Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Stillman Gair, of Pen- 
keth Hall, Liverpool. B. 6 Feb. 1855 ; m. 2 Dec. 
1886, Eva Margaret, dau. of late John Henry 
James, J. P., of Kingswood, Watford ; ed. at. 
Rugby, and Oxford (il.A.) ; M.P. Luton div. of 
Beds. 189.5-1911, for the Hyde div. of Cheshire 
1885-86, contested same div. 1886 and 1892; 
J. P., Lanes., Cheshire and Sussex. Residences 
—39, Prince's Gardens, S.W. ; Hyde, Ches- 
hire ; Vinehall, Robertsbridge, Sussex. Clubs 
— Brooks's ; Reform ; Athenaeum. Is.sue — 

1. Hox. Thomas Henry Raymond Ashton, Heir, b. 
2 Oct. 1901. 

1. Hon. Marion Evelyn, m. 4 April, 1913, Capt. 
Roliert Wood, 1st Batt. Roy. Warwicks. Regt. 

2. Hon. Margaret Joan. 



ASHTOWN, 3rd Baron (L). Creat. 27 Dec. 
1800. — Frederick Oliver Trench, s. of late 
Hon. Frederick Sidney Charles Trench. B. 2 Feb. 
1868; m. 11 Jan. 1894. Violet Grace, dau. 
of Col. Robert Ashworth Godolphin Cosby, 
of Stradbally Hall, Queen's County ; sue. hia 
grandfather 1880 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; 
D.L., .LP., Galway ; an Irish representative peer 
since 1908. The first Baron sat for many years 
as M.P. for Portarlington, in the Irish Parliament, 
he was created a Peer with remainder to the heirs 
male of his father. Seats — Woodlawn, co. Gal- 
way ; Glenahiry Lodge, co. Waterford. Clubs — 
Carlton; Kildare Street (Dub.). Issue — - 

1. Hon. Frederick Sydney Trench, Heir, b. 9 
Dec. 1894; 2nd Lieut. K.R.R.C, 1914. 

2. Hon. Robert Power Trench, b. 27 April, 1897. 

3. Hon. Arthur Cosby Trench, b. 3 July, 1899. 

4. Hon. Dudley Oliver Trench, b. 11 July, 1901. 
1. Hon. Grace Mary, b. 7 May, 1896. 

Frederick Mason Trench, 2nd Baron Ashtown, b. 
25 Dec. 1804 ; m. 1st, 29 Aug. 1831, Harriette Georgiana 
(d. 25 Feb. 1845), dau. of Thomas Cosby, of Stradbally 
Hall, Queen's Co.; m. 2nd, 10 Feb. 1852, Elizabeth 
(d. 23 Fob. 1893), dau. and co-h. of Richard Oliver 
Gascoigne, of Parlington, Yorkshire, and d. 12 Sept. 1880. 
Issue — 

1. The late Hon. Frederick Sydney Charles Trench, b. 
18 April, 1839 ; m. 30 April, 1867, Lady Anne Le 
Poer Trench, dau. of 3rd Earl of Clancarty, and d. 2 
March, 1879. Issui — 

1. Frederick Oliver Trench, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. William Cosbv Trench ( precedence 1889), 
J.P., CO. Limerick. ; high sheriff 1895 ; b. 23 Jan. 
1869 ; m. 7 Sept. 1893, Frances Elizabeth, o. dau. 
of Walter Taylor Kewton Sbawe Taylor, D.L., of 
Castl(^ Taylor, co. Galway. Residence^Clonodfoy 
Castle, Kilfinane, co. Limerick. Issue — 

1. Percy Richard Oliver Trench, b. 31 July, 1894 ; 
lieut. 3rd Batt. Roy. W. Surrey Regt. 

2. W^ alter Frederick Oliver Trench, b. 10 March 
1899. 

3. Algernon Oliver Trench, b. 22 June, 1900. 

3. The late Hon. Sydney Trench (precedence 1889), 
b. 9 Jan. 1877 ; m. 6 Nov. 1905, Elinor Mary • 
(Residence — Bansha Castle, co. Tippcrary), dau. of 
J. C. Cox , of Sydney, N.S.W., and widow of William 
Martins Lc Poor Trench {see Clancarty, E. of), 
and d. 16 Dec. 1905; his widow m. 3rd, 7 Jan. 
1908, Maj. Ronald Campbell Maclachlan, Rifle 
Brigade. 

1. Hon. Charlotte Anne (precedence 1889), m. 11 
March, 1903, Capt. Alan Theodore Smytho, and 
has issue. 

2. Hon. Sarah May (precedence 1889), m. 18 May, 
1904, Maj. Lewis Frederick Green-Wilkinson, late 
Rifle Brigade, and h.as issue. 

2. Capt. Hon. Cosby GodolphiuTrench, D.L.. J.P., Tip- 
pcrary, high sheritf 1886 ; J.P. CO. Waterford ; late 1st 
Dragoons ; b. 6 Jan. 1844 ; m. 19 June, 1873, Maria, 
dau. of Sir Rieliard Miisgrave, 4th Bt. Residence — ■ 
Sopwell Hall, Cloughjordan, co. Tipperary. Chibs^ 
Naval and Military; Kildare Street (Dub.). Issue — 

1. Capt. Charles Sadleir Musgrave Trench, late 
Nortluimberland Fus., b. 15 April, 1874; m. II 
F>b. 1914. Helen Cowley, dau. of the late Robert 
Lidwell Brown, of Clonby, co. Clare. Club — 
Naval and Jlilitary, 

2. Edward Cosby Trench, b. 1 May, 1881 ; m. 5 
Feb. 1910, Evelyn de Courcy, dau. of Col. dc Courcy 
Daniell, late R..\. Residence — Lanagour, Cowi- 



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Chan Bay, Vancouver Island, B.C. Club — St. 
James's. 

3 Cllve >Tc\vconie Trench, b. 7 July, 1884 ; m. 27 
Jan. 1910, KatWeen Maud Marion, dau. of late Maj. 
Ivan Maclvor, C.S.I. Residence — Cowichan Bay, 
Vancouver Island, B.C. Issue — 
Lois Eileen. 

ASQUITH, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1892, 
— Rt. Hon. Herbert Henry Asquith. s. of 
Joseph Dixon Asquith, of Croft House, Morley, 
Yorks, by Emily, dau. of William Willans, J. P., 
of Huddersfiekl. B. 12 Sept. 1852 ; m. 1st, 23 
Aug. 1877, Helen Kelsall (d. 1891), dau. of Fred- 
erick JMelland, of Manchester ; m. 2nd, 10 May, 
1891, Emma Alice jNIargaret (]\Iargot), dau. of Sir 
Charles Tennant, Bt. (see Glenconner, B. ) ; 
ed. at City of London School and Oxford, of which 
he was a scliolar and fellow ; B.A. 1874 (1st el. 
class, mod., lit. hum. and Craven scholarship) ; 
Barr.-at-law 1876, K.C. 1890, M.P. Fife (East) 
since 1886 ; Sec. of State Home Department 
1892-5 ; Chanc. of the Exchecjuer 1905-8 ; Prime 
Minister since 1908 ; First Lordrof Treasmy 1908- 
14, and Sec. of State for War April-August, 
1914 ; Lord Rector of Glasgow Univ. 1905-8 ; of 
Aberdeen LTniv. 1908 ; and an elder brother of 
Trinity House since 1909. Residence — -10, 
Downing Street, S.W. Clubs — Athenaeum ; 
Brooks's ; National Liberal ; Reform ; Scottish 
Liberal (Edin. ). Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Raymond Asquith, h. 6 Xov. 1878 ; Barr.- 
at-law ; m. 25 July, 1907, Katherine Frances, dau. 
of Sir John Horner, K.C.V.O. Residence — 49, Bed- 
ford Square, W.C. Issue — 

1. Helen Frances. 

2. Perdita Rosemary. 

2. Herbert Asquith, b' 11 March, 1880 ; m. 28 Julv, 
1910, Lady Cynthia, dau. of Hugo, 11th Earl of 
Wemyss. Residence — 8, Sussex Place, N.W. Issue — 

1. John Micliael Asquith, b. 1911. 

2. Asquith, b. 25 July. 1914. 

0. Arthur Melland Asquith, b. 24 April, 1882. 

4. Cyril Asquith, b. 9 Feb. 1890. 

1. Helen Violet Asquith. 
Issue .by 2nd m. — 

5. Antliony Asquith, b. 10 November, 1902. 

2. Elizabeth Cliarlotte Lucv. 



ATHABASCA, 4th Bishop of. Founded 1874. 
— Rt. Rev. Edwin Frederick Robins. D.D., s. 
of John Crawley Robins. B. 11 Feb. 1870 ; 
ed. at Church Miss. Coll. ; ord. 1894, priest 1897, 
miss. Punjab 1894—97 ; curate St. James', Pad- 
dington, 1897 ; Widcombe, Bath, 1898-lDOl ; 
vie. of All Saints, Athabasca Landing, and dio- 
cesan sec. and examg. chaplain to Bp. of Atha- 
basca 1909-10 ; vie. of Thoq^e-le-Soken, Col- 
chester, 1902-10; archdn. of Athabasca 1910- 
12 ; bishop since 1912 ; m. 1897, Florence Durn- 
ford, dau. of Rev. George Iliff, of Sunder- 
land. Residence — Bishop's House, Athabasca, 
Alberta, Canada. 

ATHLUMNEY, 2nd Baron (I.). Creat. 14 Dec. 
1863; Baron Meredyth (U.K.) 3 May, 1866, 
by which title he holds his seat in the House 
of Lords ; Bt. (I.) 14 June, 1748. — James Her- 
bert GusTAVus Meredyth Somerville, s. of 
1st Baron. B. at Somerville, 23 ]March, 1805 ; sue. 
his father 1873 ; ed. at Harrow ; late lieut. 
Colds. Gds. ; capt. and hon. maj. Res. of Officers ; 
served in the Egyptian army, in the Soudan cam- 
paign 1896 (English and Egyptian medals. 2 
clasps, the Medjidie and the Osmanieh, des- 
patches twice, and in the S. African war (medal 
and 5 clasps) ; A.D.C. to Ld. -Lieut, of Ireland 
1896-1902 ; J. P. Meath. This is a branch of 
the Scottish family of Somerville. Residences — 
Somerville. Balrath, co. Meath ; 3, Charles 
Street. Berkeley Square. IMayfair, W. Clubs — 
Guards' ; White's ; Turf ; Kildare Street (Dublin). 
William Meredyth Somerville, 1st Baron Athlfm- 
NEY,''a distinguished orator and statesman, b. 1802: 
m. 1st, 22 Dec. 1832, Lady Maria Harriet Conyngham 
(d. 3 Dec. 1843), dau. of 1st Marq. Conyngham (whom 
Bee); m. 2nd, 16 Oct. 1860, Maria Georgiana Elizabeth 



(d. 6 Jan. 1899), o. dau. of Herbert Geor-je Jones, 
serjeant-at-law, and d. 7 Dec. 1873. Issue living — 
1. James Herbert Gustavus Meredyth, pres. Baron. 

1. Hon. Marv Anne Blanche. Residence— Broomham 
Farm, Battle. Suss 'x. 

2. Hon. (iiorgina Alice Lizzie, m. 30 April, 1888, Charles 
Gore Tottinliam (Club — Carlton), D.L., J, P., and has 
issue. Residence — 'iudenliam Park, Mullingar, Ireland. 

3. Hon. Cecilia Louisa. Residence — Brooniliani Farm, 
Battle, Sussex. 

4. Hon. Florence Emily Frances, m. 9 April 1901, 
William Wooding Starmer, F.R.A.M. R.'sidence— 52 
Warwick Park, tunbridge Wells. 

ATHOLL, 7th Duke of. Creat. 30 June, 1703 ; 
Marq. of Tullibardiue, 1703 ; Marq. of Atholl, 
7 Feb. 1676; Earl of Tullibardiue. 10 July, 
1006; Earl of Atholl, 17 Feb. 1629; Earl of 
Strathtay and Earl of Strathardle, 1676 ; Vise. 
Bakivdiidder ; Vise. Glenalmond and Vise. Glen- 
lyon, 1703 ; Baron Slurraj'. 25 April. 1604 ; Baron 
(iask. 1606 ; Baron Balquhidder. 1606 ; Baron 
Balvenie, 1676 (all S.); Baron Strange. 7 May 1628 
(E. ); Baron Percy 23 Nov. 1722; Baron Murray 
and Earl Strange, 18Aug. 1786(G.B.) ; by which 
titles he holds his seat in the House of Lords ; 
Baron Cilenlyon, 17 July, 1821 (U.K.); K.T. 
1868. — John J.ames Hugh Henry Stewart- 
Murray, s. of 6th Duke. B. 6 Aus;. 1840 ; m. 
29 Ojt. 1803, Louisa (d. 8 July, 1902). dau. of Sir 
Thomas Moncreiffe, 7th Bart, (whom see) ; sue. 
his father in the Dukedom in 1864. and on his 
great uncle, the 4th Duke of Northumberland's 
deatli in 1805 inherited the eldest co-lieirship of 
the Barony of Latimer with one of tlie co-heir- 
ships of the baronies of Scales, Playz. Badles- 
mere, and L'lsle ; Chancellor of the Order of the 
Thistle since 1913 ; apptd. ensign and lieut. Saots 
Gds. 1859. lieut. and capt. 1846 ; ret. 1866 : hon. 
col. 3rd Batt. Black Watch (res. ) ; Pres. Perth 
Terr. Force Assocn. ; a deputy-lieut. of Perth- 
shire since 1875 ; lord-lieut. of Perthsliire 1878 ; 

I The 1st Baron Murray was master of the house- 

I hold, and one of the Privy Council of James VI ; 
and many of the family were afterwards distin- 

[ guished as supporters of the Jacobite cause ; 

[ the family deduce their descent through the 
Tudors. Plantagenets, Stuarts, and Bourbons. 

I Residences — 84, Eaton Place. S.W. ; Blair Castle, 
Blair Atholl, and Duiikeld, Perthshire. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Guards' ; Bachelors' ; Marlborough. 
Issue — 

1. JoHX George Murray, Marq. of Ttllirardine, 
M.V.O., 1902 : D.S.O. 1898 ; b. 15 Dec. 1871 ; m. 20 
July, 1899. Katherine Marjory, dau. of Sir James 
Henry Ramsay, 10th Bt. (wliom sei-) : ed. at Eton ; 
brev.-mai. (half-pay) Roy. Horse Gds. ; lat;' lieut. 
3rd Batt. Black Watch (M.), U.-col. commanding 
Scottish Horse (Y.) ; served with Egyptian army in 

1 Soudan campaign 1898 (mentioned in despatches, 
D.S.O.), and in the S. African War 1899-1902, during 
wliich he raised and commanded the 2nd Regt. of 
Scottish horse ; memb. of Com. on Grouse Disease 
1905, and of that on organization of T.-rr. Army 1906 ; 
memb. Board of Agric. advisory council on liorse- 
breeding since 1911 ; contested E. Perthshire 1906 ; 
M.P. West Perthshire 1910 ; chrmn. Perth Trrr. Force 
Assocn. Clubs — Bachelors' ; Caledonian ; Marl- 
borough ; Naval and Military : Xew (Edin.). 

2. Capt. Lord George Stewart-Murray. 1st. Batt. Black 
Watch, b. 17 Feb. 1873 ; served in S. Africa 1899-1902. 

3. Capt. Lord James Thomas Stewart-Murray, 1st 
Batt. Cameron Highlrs., b. 18 Aug. 1879 ; served in 

5. Africa 1900-2. 

1. Ladv Dorothea Louisa, m. 5 Feb. 1895, Col. Harold 
Goodeve Ruggles-Brise, M.V.O. (Club— Guards'), late 
Gren. Gds., comdt. School of Musketry. Hythe. 

2. Lady Helen. 

3. Lady Evelyn. 

ATKINSON, Baron (Life Peer). Creat. 19 
Dec. 1905; P.C. (E.) 1905. (L) 1892.— John 
Atkinson, s. of Edward Atkinson. M.D.. J. P., 
of Glen William Castle, co. Limerick. B. 13 
Dec. 1844; m. 17 Jan. 1873, Roweua (d. 22 
March, 1911). dau. of Richard Chute. M.D., of 
Tralee ; ed. at Dublin L^niv. ; LL.D. ; called 
to the Irish Bar 1865, and at the Inner Temple 
1890 ; K.C. 1880, bencher King's Inns 1885 ; 



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bencher Inner 'JVniple 1906 ; Solicitor-Gen. for 
Ireland 1889-92. Attorney -Gen. 1892 and 1895- 
1905 ; Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, with the 
title of Baron Atkinson of Glenwilliam, 1905 ; 
M.P. North Londonderry 1895-1905. Residence 
—39, Hyde Park Gate, W. Clubs— Carlton : 
Kildare Street (Dub.). Lssiie — 

1. Hon.Cf'cil Thomas Atkinson, B.A. DubUn, Barr.-at- 
law, King's Inns, 1901 ; b. 23 Oct. 1876 ; ni. 6 Aug. 1903 , 
Florence, dan. of Godfrey Lovelace Taylor, J. P., of 
Grangevllle, co. Wexford. Residences — Dnnnniany, 
Greystones, co. Wicklow ; 49, Lower Leeson Street, 
Dublin. Issue — 

1. .John Godfrey Atkinson, b. 18 Jan. 1910. 

1. Dorotbea Emily Mary. 2. Eowena Cecilia. 

2. Capt. Hon. Hector John Atkinson, Roy. Irisli 
Fus., b. 3 June, 1879 ; m. 6 Sept. 1910, Sibyl, dau. of 
late George Maurice Jcvers, of Inchera, co. Cork ; 
served in S. Africa 1899-1902. Issue — 

Olga Rowena Maude. 

3. Capt. Hon. Hubert Rowan Atkinson, Connauglit 
Rangers, b. 6 Oct. 1882; ni. 30 Jan. 1907, Mabel 
Coralie, dau. of late George Gerard Tyrrell, of Dover. 
Issue — 

Desmond Gerald Rowan Atkinson, b. 1.5 Feb. 1912. 



AUCHTERHOUSE, Baron. 

Earl of. 



Sec BrcH.^N, 



AUCKLAND, 5th Baron (I.). Great. 18 Nov. 
1789; Baron Auckland (G.B.) 22 May, 1793. 
— W1LL1.A.M MoBToN Edkn, s. of 4th Baron. B. 
27 March 1859; m. 2 April, 1891, Sybil Con- 
stance, dan. of late Col. George Morland Hut- 
ton. C.B.. of Ciate Burton, Lincolnshire ; sue. 
his father 1890 ; lieut. Dorset Regt. 1880 ; capt. 
1889 : ret. 1891 ; capt. Yorks. Regt. (M.) 1891-2 ; 
J.P. West Riding, Yorks.; Temp. Maj. Service 
Batt. 1914. The baronies of Auckland were 
originally conferred on William Eden for his ser- 
\ices as Ti'isli secretary, ambassador to France, 
etc. ; the 2nd Baron, liaving been First Lord of tlie 
Admiralty and Gov. -Gen. of India, received an 
Earldom, which became extinct at his death, 
while the baronies passed to the grandfather of the 
present peer, who was Bishop of Sodor and Man, 
and subsecpiently of Bath and Wells. Resi- 
dence — Howard Road, Bournemouth. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Naval and Military. Issue — 

1. Hon. William Alfred Morton Eden, Heir, b. 
15 June, 1892 ; ed. at R.M.C., Sandhurst ; 2nd lieut. 
K.R.R.C. since 1913. 

2. Hon. Frederick Colvin George Eden, b. 21 Feb. 189.3. 
Robert John Eden, 3rd Baron Auckland, D.D., 
Bishop of Batli and Wells 1854-1869 ; b. 10 Julv, 1799 : 
m. 15 Sept. 1825, Mary (d. 25 Nov. 1872), 'dau. of 
Francis Edward Hurt, of Alderwasley, Derbyshire, and 
d. 25 April, 1870. Issue living — 

1. William George Eden, 4th Baron. 

2. Hon. Robert Henley Shaw Eden, J.P. Worcs. and 
Merioneth, b. 25 Sept 1840 ; m. 27 Nov. 1862, Jessie 
Ellen, dau. of Rev. Frederick Hildyard, rector of 
Swannington ; ed. at Eton. Residence — Tvddynllau, 
Llandrillo , Merioneth. Issue — 

1. Robert Hildvard Henley Eden, b. 16 Dec. 1863 ; 
m. 14 April, 1887, iMaud'EfRe Mar>', dau. of late 
Baron Otto von Guttenberg, of Bavaria. Residence 
— Temple Cowlev, Oxford. Issue — 

1. Dukiliella, m. 29 July, 1914, H. A. Hugh- 
Jonrs. .Ministry of Finance. Cairo. 

2. Phyllis Eleanor. 3. Betty. 

2. William Annesley Eden, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b 
21 April, 1868 : ni. 23 Jan. 1895, Mabel Louisa 
Homfray, dau. of late Sir Robert Pinsent, K.C.B., 
D.C.L. Residence — Marbury House, Birohficld 
Road, Birmingham. Issue — 

1. Edward Hildyard Eden, b. 1 Aug. 1898. 

2. Robert Annesley Eden, b. 8 May, 1900. 

3. George Henley Eden, b. 3 Mar. 1904. 

4. Frederick Reeve Eden, b. 30 June 1908. 
1. Ursula. 

1. Mabel Kate, ni. 25 Jan. 1893, Lewis Alexander 
Wallace, and has issue. Residences — 20, Bucking- 
ham Gate, S.W. ; The Woodlands. Eardiston. Surrey. 

2. Alice Mary, ni. 5 Nov. 1889, Rev. Harold Smith, 
M.A., and has issue. Residence — Himley Rectory, 
Dudley. '' 

William George Eden, 4th Baron ArcKLAND, b 19 
Jan. 1829 ; m. 1st, 8 Oct. 1857, Luev Walbanke (d. 18 
May, 1870), dau. of John Walbanke Childers, of Cantley 
Yorks; m. 2nd, 6 July, LsTlI, Mabel Emily (d. 7 
Nov. 1872), dau. of 11th Eari of Winchilsea ; m. 3rd, 
90 Tiilv m75^ Edith (Residence— Stone Pitts Grange 



20 July. 



Se.al, Sevenoaks), dau. of Sir William Eden. 6th Bt., 
and d. 27 Feb. 1890 ; his widow m. 2nd, 10 June 1897, 
Philip Symons. Issue — 

1. William Moeton Eden, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. George Eden, b. 29 May, 1861 ; m. 19 April, 
1888, Amy Violet Poulett, dau. of Col. the Hon. 
Charles Rowley Hay-Drummond (see Kinnotill, E. 
of). Residences — Redcroft, Longcross, Chertsey ; 
6, Cromwell Place, S.W. Club— Roy. Automobile. 
Issue — 

1. Geoffrey Morton Eden b. 17 Feb. 1891 ; lieut. 
6th Batt. Surrey Regt. 

2. Terence Eden, b. 3 Nov. 1892. 
1. Ivy Maude. 

3. Hon. Robert Evelyn Eden, b. 1 May, 1876 ; ed. 
at Eton. Club — Travellers'. 

4. Hon. Ashley Morland Eden, J.P. co. Durham ; b. 
5 Aug. 1878. Residence — Stone Pitts Grange, Seal, 
Sevenoaks. 

1. Hon. Dulcibclla, m. 1 Jan. 1885, Robert Nassau 
Sutton-Nelthorpe, and has issue. Residence — 

2. Hon. Agnes. Residence — Ford House, Wangford, 
Suffolk. 

3. Hon. Mary, m. 10 Feb. 1904, Godfrey, 8th Vise, 
Clietwynd. 

AUCKLAND (N.Z.), 6th Bishop of. Founded 
1841. — Rt. Rev. Alfred Walter Averill, 
eld. s. of Henry Averill, of Stafford : ed. Ox- 
ford (B.A. 1887. M.A. 1891, D.D. 1912); ord. 
1888; cur. St. George. Hanover Square, 1888, 
of Holy Trinity, Dalston, 1891-94 ; vie. St. 
Michael, Cliristchurch, N.Z., 1894 ; hon. canon of 
Christchurch, N.Z. 1902 ; Archdn. of Akaroa 
1903-9, and of Christchurch 1909 ; Bishop of 
Waiapu 1910. translated to this see. 1914. The 
diocese includes the northern and western divi- 
sion of the northern island of N.Z. Residence 
— Bishojj.seomt, Parnell, Auckland, N.Z. 

AUDLEY, Barony (creat. 8 .Jan. 1312-3) ; in 
abeyance since tlie death of 21st Baron, 1872. 
The" l.^te George John Thicknessb Touchet, 20th 
Baron Audley, b. 23 Jan. 1783; m. 18 April, 1816, 
Anne Jane (d. 18 Aug. 1855), dau. of Vice-Adm. Sir 
Ross Donnelly, K.C.B., and d. 14 Jan. 1837. Issue — ■ 
The late George Edward Tofchet, 21st Barou 
Audley, b. 26 Jan. 1817 ; m. 1st, 16 April, 1857, Emily 
(d. 1 April, 1860), dau. of Col. Sir Thomas Livingstone 
Mitchell, K.H. ; m. 2nd, 15 Feb. 1868, Margaret Anne 
Hudson (d. 22 Aug. 1888), widow of James Willing 
Smith, and d. 18 April, 1872. Issue— 

1. Hon. Mary. 

2. Hon. Emily. 

The late Hon. John Nicholas Touchet, b. 8 Nov. 1819 ; 
m. 6 Sept. 1842, Elizabeth (Residence — Heleigh House, 
Box, Wilts), dau. of John Henry Blennerhasset, and 
d. 21 July, 1861. Issue hving— 

Elizabeth. 
Hon. Dorothea Susan, m. 24 Jan. 1878, Rev. the Hon. 
Charles Samuel Twistleton (see Saye .\nd Sele, B.). 

AUSTIN, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. IG July, 
1894. — Sir William JIichael By'ron Austin, 
s. of 1st Bt. B. 27 Nov. 1871 ; m. 3 Sept. 
1890, Violet Irene, dau, of Alexander Fraser, 
J, P., of Westerfield House, Ipswich; sue, his 
father 1906 ; ed. at St. Bede's Coll., Manchester, 
Appleforth Coll., York, and Camb. ; J.P. Yorks., 
W.R. ; capt. Yorks. Mounted Brig. Transport 
and Supply Col. 1909. Residence — Lismany, Bal- 
linasloe, co. Galway. Club — Hurlingliam. Issue — 

1. John Bykox Eraser Austin, Heir, b. 14 July, 
1897. 

2. William Ronald Austin, b. 20 July, 1900. 

1. Marjorie Irene Gwendoline. 

2. Violet Cecily. 

3. Muriel Agnes Jane. 

Sir John Austin, 1st Bt., M.P., J. P., b. 9 March, 
1824 ; m. 1866, Agnes (d. 31 May, 1910), dau. of Samuel 
Standidgc Bvron, J. P., of West Avton, Yorks, and d. 
30 March, 1906. Issue living— 

1. Sir William Michael Byron, pres. Bt. 

2. John Standish Thomas Joseph Austin, M.A. Camb., 
J.P. Yorks. W.R. ; Ij. 30 M.arch, 1875 : m. 11 Aug. 1908, 
Gwendolyne Aubrey Beverley, dau. of late Capt. B. 
Beverley Robinson, of Hyde Lodge, Winchester. 
Residence — Vine House, Great Ouseburn, York. 
Issue — 

1. John Standish Beveriey Austin, b.^6 Aug. 1909. 

1. Aubrey Mary, 

2. .lanetta Agnes Gwendolvne. 

3. Joseph Edward Austin, b.' 3 April, 1881. Resi- 
dence — Scarborough, Yorks. 

1. Agnes Mary Philomena. 



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2. Elizabeth Hannah Mary, m. 3 Feb. 1892, Louis 
Eugene Will, and has issue. Residence — Kincraig 
House, Raynes Park, S.W. 

3. Frances Mary, ni. 1898, John Henry Charles Baker. 

4. Emmeline Jane Mary, m. 26 June, 1903, William 
Bernard Schloesser, and has issue. Residence — 6, 
Pcmbridge Crescent, W. 

5. Alice Eleanor Mary. 

NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA, 1st Bishop of. 

— Rt. Rev. Gerard Tkower, D.D., s. oi late 
Rev. Arthur Trower, rector of St. Mary-at-Hill, 
E.G. B. 18G0 : rector of Ghrist Church,' Sydney, 
N.S.W. 1895-1901 ; Bishop of Likoma (re-iiamed 
JSV^'Saland), British Cent. Africa 1901-10. and 
of N.W. Australia since 1910. Residence — 
^Broome, N.W. Australia. 

AVA, Earl of. See Dufferin, Marquess of. 

AVEBURY, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Great. 22 Jan. 
1900 ; Bt. 9 April, 180G. — John Birkbeck 
Lubbock, s. of 1st Baron. B. at High Elms. 
4 Oct. 1858: sue. his father 1913; ed. at 
Eton and Oxford, M.A. ; D.L., Kent ; partner 
Coutts & Co., bankers. Residences — 48, Grosvenor 
Street, W. ; High Elms, Down, and Kings- 
gate Castle, Kingsgate, Thanet, Kent. Club — 
Arthur's. 

SiK John William Lubbock, 3rd Bt., vice-pres. of 

the Roy. Society, b. 26 March, 1803 ; m. 29 June, 1833, 

Harriet (d. 12 Feb. 1873), dau. of Lt.-Col. George 

Hothani, of York, and d. 21 June, 1865. Issue — 

1. John Lubbock, 1st Baron .4vebury, P.C, LL.D., 

D.C.L. F.R.S., b. 30 April, 1834; m. 1st. 10 April, 

1856, Ellen Frances (d. 20 Oct. 1879), dau. of Rev. 

Peter Hordern, of Chorlton-cuni-Hardy, Lanes ; m . 

2nd, 17 May, 1881, ALICE AUGUSTA Laueentia Lane. 

(Residences' — Kingsgate Castle, Isle of Thanet ; 48, 

Grosvenor Street, W.), dau. of late Gen. Augustus 

Henry Lane Fox-Pitt-Rivers, of Rushmore, Wilts, 

and d. 28 May, 1913. Issue by 1st m. — • 

1. John Birkbeck Lfebock, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Norman Lubbock, Heir Pees., b. 16 
Dec. 1861 ; late lieut. 3rd Middx. Vol. Art. Resi- 
dence — High Elms Cottace, Down, Kent. 

3. The late Hon. Rolfe Arthur Lubbock, b. 19 Sept. 
1865 ; m. 10 March, 1904, Ethel (Residence— 9, 
Smith] Square, Westminster, S.W.), dau. of late 
Thomas Acland La-vvford,'andd. 11 May, 1909. 
1. Hon. Amy Harriet, m. 1st, 15 March, 1877, Andrew 
MulhoUand (see Dunleath, B.), who d. 2 June, 
1877 ; ni. 2nd, 18 March, 1884, Ferdinand Snydam 
van Zandt, of New York, who d. 2 March, 1892, and 
has issue. Residence — 



2. Hon. Gertrud'\ Residence — 4, Lawrence Man- 
sions, Chelsea. 

Issue by 2nd in. — 

4. Hon. Harold Fox Pitt Lubbock, B.A. Camb ; 
lieut. W. Kent Yeo. ; b. 10 June, 1888 ; ed. at Eton, 
m. 10 June, 1914, Dorothy, dau. of H. W. Forster, 
M.P., of Exbury Manor, Southampton. Residence 
— 48, Grosvenor Street, W. 

5. Hon. Eric Fox Pitt Lubbock, b. 16 May, 1893 ; 
ed. at O.xford. Residence — 48, Grosvenor Street, W. 

6. Hon. Maurice Fox Pitt Lubbock, b. 17 Oct. 1900 ; 
ed. at Eton. 

3. Hon. Ursula, m. 22 Oct. 1906, the late Maj. Adrian 
Grant Duff, C.B., Black Watch, who was killed in 
action 14 Sept. 1914 (nee Knightage). 

4. Hon. Irene, m. 5 Dec. 1905, Edward Henry Pel- 
ham, senr. examiner to Board of Education. Resi- 
dence — 3, Ashbum Place, South Kensington, S.W. 

2. The late Henry James Lubbock, D.L., J.P., b. 7 Feb. 
1838 ; m. 8 May, 1866, Frances Mary (Residence — 
65 Lowndes Square, S.W.), dau. of Rev. Henry 
Turton, of Betley, Staffs, and d. 25 Jan. 1910. Issue— 

1. Henry Lubbock, b. 27 June, 1868; late lieut. 
4th Batt. Beds. Regt. 

2. Maj. Geoffrey Lubbock, N. Somersetshire Yeo. • 
b. 18 May, 1873 ; m. 13 Nov. 1907, Mar- 
guerite Agaranthe, dau. of late Col. Charles 
W. Miles and widow of Sir Charles Tennant, 
1st Bt. (see Glenconner, B.) ; ed. at Eton and 
Oxford ; late capt. H<'rts Imp. Yeo. ; served in S. 
Africa 1900-2 ; Higli Sheriff co. London 1894 and 
1897. Residence — Armaddy Castle, Kilbrandon, 
Oban. Clubs — Batli ; Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Peter Geoffrey Lubbock, b. 10 Jan. 1909. 
David Miles Lubbock, b. 5 March, 1911. 



1886 ; m. 18 Dec. 1912, Vera Isabel, o. dau. of G. H. 
Wingrove, of Shanghai. Issui; — 
A dau. b. 4 Oct. 1914. 

1. Evelyn Mary, m. 26 May, 1897, John Verity, 
who d. 6 April, 1905, and has issue. 

2. Cecil Blanche, m. 9 June, 1888, Riversdalc Fran- 
cis John Grenfell, J. P. (Club — Guards'), late Colds. 
Gds., and has issue. Residence — The Hall, Wel- 
wyn, Herts. 

3. Margaret Muriel, m. 17 July, 1906, Ernest 
Tatliam Richmond, Egyptian Civil Service, and 
has issue. 

3. Sir Nevill Lubbock, K.C.M.G. (see Knightage). 

4. Montagu Lubbock, M.D. Lend, and Paris, M.R.C.S., 
P.R.C.P. ; b. 24 May, 1842; m. 1st, 14 Nov. 1872, 
Lora (d. 1 Aug. 1882), dau. of Capt. George 
Hotham, R.E. ; m. 2nd, 1 Feb. 1888, 'Nora, dau. 
of Nottidge Charles Macnamara, F.R.C.S., of The 
Lodge, Chorley Wood, Herts : ed. at Eton. Resi- 
dence — 127, Mount Street, W. Club — Athenaeum. 
Issue — 

Montagu Hotham Lubbock, b. 11 May, 1876 ; late 
lieut. R.N. 

5. Frederick Lubbock, b. 1 May, 1844 : m. 11 Nov. 
1869, Catherine, o. dau. of John Gurney, of Earlham 
Hall, Norfolk. Residences — 26, Cadogan Gardens, 
S.W. ; Emmetts Ide Hill, Sevenoaks. Clubs — 
Arthur's ; St. James's. Issue — 

1. Maj. Guy Lubbock, R.E., b. 9 Oct.. 1870; m. 
16 April, 1912, Lettice Isabella, dau. of Robert 
Harvey Mason, D.L., of Necton Hall, Norfolk. 

2. Cecil Lubbock, a lieut. for City of London and 
a director of the Bank of England ; b. 15 Feb. 1872 ; 
m. 14 April, 1898, Edith, dau. of late Yen. Charles 
Wellington Furse, archdn. of Westminster. Resi- 
dence — 17, Cranlev Gardens, S.W. Issue — 

1. Michael Ronald Lubbock, b. 31 May, 1906. 

1. Cynthia Margaret. 

2. Joan Catherine. 

3. Margaret Hester. 

4. Viola. 

3. Samuel Gurney Lubbock, M.A. Camb., b. 6 Aug. 
1873. As4st. Master at Eton CoU. 

4. Percy Lubbock, M.A. Camb., b. 4 June, 1879. 

5. Roy Lubbock, b. 1892. 

6. Alan Lubbock, b. 1897. 

1. Violet Catherine, m. 7 June, 1905, Horatio 
Noble Pym, and has issue. 

6. Alfred Lubbock, b. 31 Oct. 1845 ; m.l Oct. 1874, 
Louisa, dau. of Charles Wallroth. Residence^ 
Kilmarth Manor, Par, Cornwall. Club — St. James's. 

1. Alfred Basil Lubbock, b. 9 Sept. 1876 ; m. 15 
Jan. 1912, Dorothy Mary, dau. of late Charles W. 
Warner, C.B., and widow of Commr. Thomas Ulria 
Thynne, R.N. («ec Bath, Marq. of) ; ed. at Eton ; is 
an author ; memb. of Naval Recs. Soc. and Nauti- 
cal Research Soc; 2nd lieut. 3rd Wessex Brig.. 
Residence — The Manor House, Hamble, Hants. 
Clubs — Roy. Automobile ; Roy. Fowey Yacht. 

2. Merlin Gordon Lubbock, b. 12 April, 1884 : ra. 
29 July, 1912, Mary, dau. of late Clermont Living- 
ston and widow of William Wightman. 

1. Inez Alfrcda, m. 16 Jan. 1901, Harold Edward 
Snagge, and has issue. Residence — 50, Hans Cres- 
cent, "S.W. 

7. ThelateEdgarLubbock, LL.B., a lieut. for City of 
Loudon, High Sheriff co. Lincoln 1907 ; b. 22 Feb. 
1847 ; m. 26 June, 1886, Amy Myddleton (m. 2nd, 25 
March, 1914, John, 2nd Baron Kesteven, whom see),o. 
dau. of Christopher Gilbert Peacock, of Greatford Hall, 
Lines, and d. 9 Sept. 1907. Issue — 

1. Nancy Induna Frances Caroline. 

2. Bridget Gian Myfanwy. 

3. Marigold Rosemary Joyce. 

1. Diana Hotham, m. 11 Sept. 1856, William Powell 
Rodney, who d. 19 June, 1868, and had issue. Residence 
— Meadow Place, Wembley. > 

2. Henrietta Harriet, m. 18 June, 1878, Very Rev. John 
Joseph Robinson, M.A. Dublin, Dean of Belfast, and 
has issue. Residence — The Deanery, Belfast. 

AVELAND, Baron. See Ancaster. Eart. of. 

AVEN, Baron. See Hamilton, Duke of. 

AVERY, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. G Dec. 1905. 
- — Sir William Eric Thomas Avery, s. c^f Ist 
Bt. B. 1(3 March, 1890 ; sue. his father 1908 ; 
lieut. army motor res. of officers. Residence 
— Oakley Cotirt, Windsor. 

Heir, none. 
Siu William Beilby Avery, 1st Bt.. b. 26 April, 
1854 ; m. 1st, 27 Feb. 1889, Anna Louisa (d. 17 Jan. 



3. Lieut. Rupert Egerton Lubbock, R.N., b. 7 May, 1902), dau. of Francis Bell, of London ; m. 2nd, 8 
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Sept. 1902, Suzanne Mathilpe Ikma (m. 2nd, 6 Nov. 
1911, Micliel Marrrliilonian, mcnib. of the Roumanian 
Parliament; Residences — 44, Kue SchefEer, Avenue 
Henri Martin, Paris; 11, Rue Lascar Catargi, 
Bucliarest, Roumania), dau. of late Pierre Crets, of 
Paris, and d. 28 Oct. 1908. Issue— 
1. Sir William Eric Thciias Avery, pres. Bt. 

1. Sybil Genevieve. 

2. Monica Maud. 



AVONMORE, Vise. C'reat 1 Jan. 180L Ex- 
tinct \utli the death of the Cth Vise. 3 Sept. 1910. 

The late Barry John yELVERT0N,3ED Vise. Avonmore, 
b. 21 Feb. 1S70 ; m. 1st, 1811, Jane (d. Oct. 1821), 
dau. of Thomas Booth, of ^Yllitehaven ; m. 2nd, 1 Aug. 
1822, Cecilia (d. 1 Feb. 1876) dau. of Charles O'Kcefe, 
and d. 24 Oct. 1870. Issue— 

The late William Chaeles Yelverton, 4th Vise. 
AVONMORE, b. 27 Sept. 1824 ; m. 26 June, 1858, 
Emily Marianne (d. 28 Nov. 1909), dau. of Maj.-Gen. 
Sir Charles Ashworth, K.C.B., and widow of Edward 
Forbes, F.E.S., and d. 1 April. 1883. Issue— 

1. The late Barky Nugent Yelverton, 5th Vise. 
AVONMORE, b. 11 Feb. 1859 ; d. unm. 13 Feb. 1885. 

2. The late ALGERNON William Yelverton. 5th 
and last Vise. AVONMORE. b. 19 Nov, 1866 ; m. 
17 Dec. 1890, Mabel Sara (Residence — Hazle 
Rock, Wcstport-, co. Mayo), dau. of George Evans, 
of Gortmcrron, co. Tyrone, and formerly of Toronto, 
Canada, and d. 3 Sept. 1910. Issue — 

Hon. Evelyn Marianne Mabel. 
Hon. Louisa Elizabeth, m. 13 April, 1853 Rudolph 
Hermann Hultzsch, of Dresden, who d. 17 Dec. 1905. 



AYLESFORD, 8th Earl of. Creat. 19 Oct. 
1714; Baron Gnernsey, 15 March, 1703 (E.). — 
Chaeles Wightwick Finch, s. of 6th Earl. B. 
7 June, 1861 : m. 1st, 4 Feb. 1873, Hon. Geor- 
giana Agnes Bagot (d. 14 April, 1874), dan. 
of 3rd Baron Bagot: m . 2nd, 16 April, 1879, 
Ella Victoria, dan. of John Ross, and widow of 
Capt. James Wingfield Linton, of Hemingford 
Abbots. Hnnts ; sue. his bro. 1885 ; hon. col. 
4th Batt. South Staffs. Regt. (res.); late mil. 
niemb. Warwick Terr. Force Assocn. ; J.P. 
Kent ; D.L., J.P. Warwick. The 1st peer (s. 
of 1st Earl of Nottingham, and bro. of 7th Earl 
of Winchilsea), an eminent barrister, was Solici- 
tor-Gen. 1678 ; he represented Oxford in tlie 
Convention Parliament, and in the reign of 
George I was Cliancellor of tlie Duchy of Lan- 
caster. Residences — Packington Hall and Did- 
dington Hall, Coventry ; The Friars Aylesford, 
Kent. Clubs — Carlton ; Marlborough. Issue — 

1 . The late Heneage Greville FiNen, Lord Guern- 
sey, b. 2 June, 1883; m. 11 June, 1907, Hon. Gladys 
Cecil Georgina Fellowes (Residence— 9, Sussex Square, 
W.), dau. of 2nd Baron de Ramsey; capt. Irish Gds., 
killed inaction Sept. 1914. Issue — 

Heneage Michael Charles Finch, Lord 
Guernsey, b. 31 Oct. 1908. 

2. Hon. Charies Daniel Finch, b. 23 Aug. 1886. 

3. Hon. Ronald William Edward Finch, b. 28 Sept. 
1889 ; late midshipman R.N. 

1. Lady Violet Ella, m. 14 Dec. 1904, Maj. Eustace 
Crawley, 12th Lancers. 

2. Lady Muriel Gladwys, m. 27 July, 1901, William 
Wortliington (Chilis — Jun. Carlton ; New University ; 
White's), M.A. O.xford, J.P. Staffs, and Derbyshire, 
and has issue. Residence — The Old Hall, Ncther- 
seale, Ashby-de-la-Zouche. 

Heneage Finch, 6th Earl of Aylesford, b. 24 Dec. 
1824 ; m. 7 May, 1846, Jane Wightwick (d. 21 Oct. 
1911), o. c. of John Wightwick Kuightley, of Off- 
churclibury, Warwicks., and d. 10 Jan. 1871. Issue — 

1. Heneage Finch, 7th E.^rl of Ayi^esford, b. 21 
Feb. 1849 ; m. 8 Jan. 1871, Edith (d. 23 June, 1897), 3rd 
dau. of Col. Peers Williams, M.P., of Temple House, 
Berks, and d. 13 Jan. 1885. Issue — 

1. Lady Hilda Joanna Gwendolin,m. 12 April, 1898, 
Maj. Malcolm Donald Murray, C.V.O., C.B. (Club- 
Naval and Military), Comptroller and Equerry to 
H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, and has issue. 
Residence — Fort Belvedere, Sunningdale. 

2. Lady Alexandra Louise Minna (sponsor. Queen 
Alexandra), m. 1st. 10 Sept. 1901, Philip Samuel 
Danby, who d. 22 Dec. 1909 ; m. 2nd, 19 April, 1911, 
Robert Wilham Emmet, and has issue. Residence 
— Fairby, Longfield, Kent. 

2. Charles Wightwick Finch, pres. Earl. 



1. Lady Anne Francesca Wllhelminc, m. 9 Aug. 1875, 
Charles James Murray, D.L., J.P. (Clubs — Carlton ; 
St. James's), and has issue. Residence — The Grange, 
Old Windsor. 



AYLMER, 8th Baron. Creat. 1 May, 1718 ; 
Baron of Balrath, 1718 ; Bt. 6 Nov. 1662 (I.). 
— Matthew Aytlmer, s. of 7th Baron. B. 28 
March, 1842 ; m. 20 Oct. 1875, Amy Gertrude, 
dau. of the Hon. John Young, of Montreal ; sue. 
his father 1901 ; late lieut. 7th Foot ; col. 
and adj. -gen. Canadian Militia; late Brig. -Gen. 
and iiLspector-gen. of the Canadian Militia ; 
Maj.-Gen.. ret., 1907. Tlie 1st Baron Aylmer was 
a distinguished naval officer in the reign of James 
II, and Rear-Adm. of the red after the Revolu- 
tion. Residence — Queen's Bay, Kootenay Lake, 
British Columbia, Canada. Issue — 

1. Hon. John Frederick Whitworth Ay'lmer, 
Heir, b. 23 April, 1880. 

2. Hon. Kenneth Athalmar Aylmer, b. 23 June, 1883. 

3. Hon. Basil Udolphus Aylmer, b. 20 May, 1886. 

1. Hon. Amelia Winifred. 

2. Hon. Florence Gwendolen. 

Udolphus Aylmer, 7Tn Baron Aylmer, col., Canadian 
Slilitia ; b. 10 June, 1814 ; m. 28 June, 1841, Mary Eliza 
(d. 14 Sept. 1881), dau. of Edward Journaux, J.P., of 
Melbourne, Canada, and d. 29 Nov. 1901. Issue li^'ing — 

1. Matthew Aylmer, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Henry Aylmer, Barr.-at-law, Quebec, 1883, 
memb. of Canadian Parlt. 1873-78, sheriff of the 
district of St. Francis, It. -col. Canadian Mlitia ; b. 25 
AprU, 1843 ; m. 5 Oct. 1870, Louisa Blanche Fanny, 
dau. of Henry AspinaU Howe, LL.D., of Lise- 
CarroU, Montreal. Residence — Aspinwall, Athaldene, 
Lennoxville, Quebec. 

3. Hon. Frederick Whitworth Avlnier, C.E., capt. 
Canadian Militia; b. 4 Feb. 1850"; m. 1899, Emma 
Meredyth, dau. of R. Lang. Residence — Golden, British 
Columbia). 

1. Hon. Isabella, m. 17 July, 1872, Henry Lovell 
Aylmer, of Richmond, Quebc'c, who d. 3 June, 1882, 
and has issue. Residence — Melbourne, Quebec. 



AYLMER, 13th Bt., of Donadea Castle, co. 
Kildare, (I.). Creat. 25 Jan. 1621. — Sih 
Arthur Percy Fitzgerald Ay'lmer, s. of late 
Capt. Fenton John Aylmer (eld. s. of 12th Bt.) 
and Isabella Elinor, dau. of the late George Dar- 
ling, of Hetton House and Fowberry Tower, 
Northumberland. B. 2 March, 1858 ; m. 1st, 
27 Nov. 1878, Annie (d. 1884), dau. of late John 
Sanger, of London ; rn. 2nd, 1885. Anne (who 
obtained a divorce 1886), dau. of J. Douglas Reid, 
of New York, and divorced wife of George Stelle, 
of Chicago ; sue. his grandfather 1885. The 
Aj'lmers settled in Ireland early in the twelfth 
century. Residence — Donadea Lodge, Westend, 
Southampton. 

Brothers and sisters of pres. Bt. — 
1. Maj.-Gen. Penton John Aylmer, V.C, C.B. 1907 ; 
R.E. ; Heir Pres. ; b. 5 April, 1862 ; ed. at R.M.A.,. 
Woolwich ; late brig, comdr. Quetta inf. brig 
Indian army ; maj.-gen. since 1909 ; late A.A.G. and 
A.Q.M.G. India ; served in Burmah 1886-7 (mention 
in despatches, medal and clasp), with Hazara Field 
Force (mention in despatclies, clasp), wth Hunza 
NagarExped. 1891-2 (V.C, mentioned in despatches, 
severely wounded, clasp, brev.-maj.), with Isazai 
Field Force 1892 and Chitral Relief Exped. (medal, 
clasp, mention in despatches, brev. It.-col.). Club — - 
Naval and Military. 

Issue living of Sir Gerald George Aylmer, 9th Bt. — 
Caroline Maria. Residence — Donadea Castle, Kilcock, 
CO. Kildare. 

Issue living of Sir Arthur Percy Aylmer, 11th Bt. — 

1. Harriet Elizabeth, m. 17 Feb. 1857, Eaton Joseph 
Travers, who was killed at Dellii, 1857, and has issue. 

2. Jane Grace. 

3. Martha Joseph Helena, m. 24 April, 1884, Capt. 
Richard Arthur Herbert Townshcnd. Residence- 
Beach House, Bantry. 

4. Anne Angelina. Residence — Spy Hill, Queenstown. 



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BACKHOUSE, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Cicat. G JMarch, 
1901. — Sir Jonathan Edmund Backhouse 
s. of Edmund Backhouse, M.P., banker, of Tre- 
bah, Falmouth, and JuHe Mary, dan. of C'liailes 
Fox, of Trebah, Falmouth. B. 15 Nov. 1849 : 
m. 29 Nov. 1S71, Florence (d. 11 Oct. 1902), dau. 
of Sir John Salusbury Trelawny, 9th Bt. ; ed. 
at Rugby and Camb. ; partner in Backhouse & 
Co., bankers, of Darlington, now amalgamated 
with Barclay's Bank ; treas. Durham County 
Council ; gov. Sherburn Hospital ; D.L., J. P. 
Durham and Yorks, N.R. Residence — The 
Rookery, Middleton Tyas, Yorks. Club — Oxford 
and Cambridge. Issue — 

1. Edmund Trelawny Backhouse, Heir, b. 20 
Oct. 1873 ; od. at Winchester Coll. (scholar) and 
Oxford ; was interpreter British Headquarters during 
foreign occupation of Pekin, 1900-1 (medal and clasp). 
Residence — Pekin, China. 

2. Capt. Oliver Backhouse, R.N. b. 4 June, 1876, 

3. Capt. Roger Roland Charles Backhouse, R.N., C.B., 
b. 24 Nov. 1878 ; ni. 4 June, 1907, Dora Louisa, dau. 
of the late John Ritchie Findlay, of Aberlour, D.L. 
Residence — Langbrook, Langston Road, Havant, 
Hants. Issue — 

1. John Edmund Backhouse, b. 30 April, 1909. 

2. Richard Miles Backhouse, b. 9 April, 1911. 

1. Florence. 

2. Ruth. 

4. Maj. Miles Roland Charles Backhouse, D.S.O. 
(1902), Northumberland Hussars ; b. 24 Nov. 1878 ; 
served S. African War, 1899-1902 : ed. at Eton 
and Camb. ; m. 14 Sept. 1904, Olive, dau. of Geoffrey 
Fowcll Buxton, of Dunston Hall, Norwich {see Buxton, 
Bt.). Residence — Adis Ababa, Abyssinia. Club — 
Yorkshire. Issue — 

1. Roger Trelawny Backhouse, b. 5 Sept. 1905. 

2. Jonathan Backhouse, b. 16 Mar. 1907. 

3. Jasper Wilfrid Backhouse, b. 31 July, 1913. 
1. Una Patricia. 

1. Harriet Jane, m. 9 July, 1901, John Ritchie Findlay, 
M.A., D.L. [Club — New, (Edin.)] and has issue. 
Residences — Aberlour, Banffshire ; 27, Drumsheugh 
Gardens, Edinburgh. 

BACON, nth Bt. (E.). Great. 22 May, 
1011 ; 12tli Bt. 29 July, 1G27.— Sir Hickman 
Beckett Bacon, s. of 10th Bt. B. 14 April, 
1855 ; sue. his father 1872 ; lieut. Gren. Gds. 
1875, ret. 1878 ; D.L., J.P., C.A. Lines, High 
Sheriff 1887. This family is now in the possession 
of t\vo Baronetcies, and the present holder is 
1 1th Bt. of Redgrave, and 12th Bt. of Milden- 
hall, in right of the former he is Premier Bt. 
of England. Among their connexions the family 
numbers Friar Bacon, Sir Nicholas Bacon, Knt., 
Lord Keeper in the time of Elizabeth, and the cele- 
brated Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam. Resi- 
dences — Thonock Hall, Gainsborough, Lincoln- 
shire ; Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W. Clubs — 
Royal Societies ; Burlington; Fine Arts. Issue — 
Capt. Sir Henky Hickman Bacon, 10th and 11th Bt., 
b. 5 April, 1820 ; m. 17 March 1853, Elizabeth (d. 29 Nov. 
1885), dau. and co-heir, of Sir Thomas Beckett, 3rd 
Bt., and d. 14 Nov. 1872. Issue — 

1. Sir Hickman Beckett Bacon, pros. Bt. 

2. Nicholas Henry Bacon, Heir Pres., b. 22 Oct. 
1857 ; m. 22 June, 1893, Constance Alice, dau. of 
Alexander Samuel Leslie-Melville, of Branston Hall, 
Lincolnshire ; capt. (ret.) 4th Dragoon Gds. : D.L., 
J.P., C.C. Norfolk ; High Slieritf 1895. Residence— 
Ravoningham Hall, Norwich. Issue — 

1. Edmund Castell Bacon, b. 18 March, 1903. 

1. Margery Frances. 

2. Albinia Joane. 

3. Bridget Louisa. 

4. Constance Rhoda Elizabeth. 

5. Katharine Mary. 

3. Thomas Walter Bacon, J.P. Essex, b. 16 Sept. 1863 : ! 
m. 30 May, 1901, Edith Mary, dau. of Alexander 
Samuel Leslii' Melville, of Branston Hall, Lincolnshire. 
Residence — Ranisden Hall, Billericay, Essex. Clubs — 
Vnlon ; Burlington ; Fine Arts. Issue — 

1. Anthony Walter Bacon, b. 10 March, 1902. 

2. FrancisThomas Bacon, b. 21 Dec. 1904. 

3. Christopher Henry Bacon, b. 12 Feb. 1906. 

4. Richard Castell Bacon, M.A. Camb., b. 20 Feb. 
1866, D.L.. J.P., Lincohishire ; High Sheriff, 1914 ; for- 
merly lieut. Sherwood Rangers, Yeo. Cav. and Lin- 
colnshire I.Y. Residence — Willingham-by-Stow, 
Gainsborough. Clubs — Carlton ; Junior Carlton ; 
Wellington; Bath. 



1. Frances Elizabeth, m. 28 Dec. 1882, Ralph Creyke, 
of Rawclifle Hall, Yorkshire, who d. 16 April, 1908, 
and has issue. 

2. Mary Rose, ni. 14 Feb. 1895, Sir Charles Burton 
Barriiigtoii, 5tli Bt. 

BADENOCH, Baron. Si'c Huntley, Mar- 

QUESS OF. 

BAGGE, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 13 April, 
1867. — Sir Alfred Thomas Bagge, s. of 1st 
Bt. B. at Stradsett Hall. Norfolk, July 5, 
1843; m. 11 July, 1872, Millicent Case, dau. of 
J. Cxrant Morris, of Allerton Priory, Lancashire ; 
sue. his bro. 1881 ; ent. R.N. 1857, commr. 
1878, ret. 1888, capt. 1893; .served throughout 
the China war 1857-01 ; D.L., J.P. Norfolk. 
The 1st Bt. was for 35 years M.P. for West 
Norfolk. Residence — Stradsett Hall, Downham 
Market, Norfolk. Lssue — 

1. Alfred William Francis Bagge, Heir, b. 14 
Sept. 1875 ; ed. at Eton and Camb. ; B.A., LL.B. ; 
called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1899. Residence — 
4, St. Faith's Lane, Norwich. Club — Oxford and 
Camb. 

2. John Picton Bagge, b. 19 Oct. 1877 ; m. 24 May, 
1910, Olive Muriel Mary, dau. of the late Samuel P. 
Mendel, of Marlcy Hall, Manchester. Residence — • 
British Vice-Consulate, Nicolaieft. Club — Boodles. 
Issue — 

. . . Bagge, b. 27 Oct. 1914. 

3. Henry Percy Bagge, B.A. Camb., b. 20 April, 1879 
Club — Boodles. 

1. Lihan Mary. 
Sir William Bagge, IST BT., b. 17 June, 1810; m. 11 
July, 1833, Frances (d. 27 May, 1887), dau. of Sir Thomas 
Preston, 1st Bt., and d. 12 Feb. 1880. Issue— 

1. Sir William Henry Ernest Bagge, 2Nr Bt., 
b. 9 Aug. 1840 ; m. 26 Oct. 1865, Alice (m. 2nd 11 
July, 1889, William Wainwright, J.P., of Bast Lisa, 
Hants. Residence — Percival Terrace, Brighton), dau. 
of Alfred Giles, M.P., of Cosford House, Godal- 
luing, and d. 23 Oct. 1881. 

2. Sir Alfred Thomas Bagge, pres. Bt. 

1. Emilia Jane, m. 16 June, 1864, Maj. Charles Wells 
Archdale, late 85th Regt. and has issue. Residence 
— Cottishall, Norfolk. 

2. Edith Mary. Residence — Summerfield, East Dere- 
ham. 

BAGOT, 4th Baron (G.B.). Great. 17 Oct. 
1780; Bt. 30 May, 1027 (Eng.). — William 
Bagot, s. of 3rd Baron. B. at BUthfield 19 Jan. 
1857 ; m. 25 Julv, 1903, Lilian Marie, dau. of the 
late Henry Mav", of Maryland, U.S.A. : sue. hia 
father 1887 ; A.D.C. to Gov.-Gen. of Canada 

Marq. of Lome) 1878-83 ; gentleman usher to 
Queen Victoria 188.5-7 ; lord-in-waiting 189(5- 
1901 ; late maj. 2nd in command and hon. It. -col. 
Staffs. I.Y. : late capt. South Staffs. Regt. ; 
D.L., J.P. Staffs, and Derbyshire ; patron of 2 

ivings. This family is descended from Bagod, 
Lord of Bromley, in 1066, one of whose descend- 
ants assumed the name of Stafford, and was pro- 
genitor of the Earls of Stafford and Dukes of 
Buckingham of that name. Seats — Blithfield, 
Rugeley, Staffs. ; Pool Park, Rutlun, Denbigh- 
shire. Clubs— Carlton ; Travellers' ; Turf; 
Bachelors' ; Pratts. Issue — 

Hon. Barbara. 
William Bagot, 3rd Baron Bagot, b. 27 March, 1811 ; 
m. 13 Aug. 1851, Hon. Lucia Caroline Elizabeth (d. 22 
Jan. 1895), dau. of George James Welbore, let Baron 
Dover, and d. 19 Jan. 1887. Issue— 

1. William Bagot, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Walter Lewis Bagot, Heir Prbs., b. 22 
April, 1864 ; m. 6 Feb. 1892, Margaret, dau. of Hon. 
Frederick Cadogan ; maj. reserve of otficers, late 
capt. Gren. Gds. ; served as D.A.A.G. Imp. Yeo., 
and as Administrator of Postal Services in S. African 
war- maj. 1901 ; A.D.C. to Gov. of South Australia 
(Earl of Kintore) 1891-2; D.S.O. 1900: hon. maj. 
in the army. Clubs — Guards' ; Travellers'. Issue — 

1. Edward Luke Henry, b. 18 Oct. 1890 ; 2nd lieut. 

Colds. Gds. 1914. 

1. Marjorie Olive. . ,- . 

1 Hon. Louisa, m. 1st 22 Feb. 1879, Hamar Alfred 
Bass M P., who d. 8 April, 1898, bro. of 1st Baron 
Burton ; m. 2nd 28 Nov. 1901, Rev. Bernard Day 
Douglas Sliaw, vie. of the Annunciation, Bryanston 
Street, W. Residence — 5, Hereford Gardens, \^ . 
2. Hon. Katharine Jane, m. 17 Sept. 1898, Col. David 
Murray Smythe, D.L., J.P. (Club— Naval and Mihtaiy) 



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2. Maj. Alexander Walter Tredcrick Baird, D.S.O. 
(1902) Gordon HiglUanders, b. 2 Oct. 1876 ; served in 
S. A. war 1899-1902 ; and with Mohmand.Exped. 1908 ; 
m. 16 Feb. 1907. Maud Constance, dau. of the late Dr. 
Charles Waylen, I.M.S. Club— Army and Navy. 
Issue — 

Alexander William Bertie Gordon Baird, b. 23 Jan. 

1908. 

1. Evelyn Margaret, m. 5 Dec. 1907, Capt. Albert 
Edward Stanley Clarke, M.V.O. (Clubs— Guards' ; 
Marlborough), late Scots Gds., and has issue. Resi- 
dence — The Towers, Downham Market. 

2. Janet Norah, m. 1 Oct. 1902. Maj. Arthur George 
Ferguson, late Rifle Brig., H.M. Inspector of Constab. 
in Scotland. Residence — BcUwood, Perth. 

3. Nina Isabel. 

4. Muriel Jane, m. 17 July, 1909, Byron Vyner Noel. 
Residence — Farakla, Euboea, Greece. 

BAIRD, 4th Bt., oi Newbyth (U.K.); M.V.O. 
1909. Great. 13 April, 1809. — Sib David Baird, 
s. of 3rd Bt. and Hon. Ellen Stuart, dan. of 
Charles, 12th Baron Blantyre. B. 6 May, 1865 ; 
sue. his father 1913; m., 1901, Lilian Gertrude, 
dau. of ]Myles James Davidson, and -n-idow of the 

,, late Major Ernest Maxwell Willshire : ed. at Eton; 

Residence—LcveM Halh Milnthorpe, j j^^^ ^^^^ gj^^.j. Wateh ; capt. Lothians and Bor- 

^^^ ^^^^^ YgQ . j)_L_^ J. P., Renfrewshire. The 
1st Bt. was the well-kno^vn Sir D. Baird, K.B., 
a distinguished military commander, who re- 
ceived his title, with remainder in default of 
issue to the issue male of his eld. bro. Robert 
Baird, ancestor of the pres. Bt. Residences — 
Newbyth, Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire ; 7, Gros- 
v-enor Crescent, Edinburgh. Clubs — Arthur's ; 
New (Edin. ). Issue — 

Je.'ui Marjorie. 
Sm Da\7D Baird, 2nd Bt., b. 1795 ; m. 10 Aug. 1821, 
Lady Anne Kennedy (d. 2 Nov. 1877), dau. of Archibald, 
1st Marq. of Ailsa, and d. 8 Jan. 1852. Issue — 
1. Sir David Baird, 3ed Bt., b. 26 Jan. 1832; m. 
15 June, 1864, HON. ELLEX Stuart (Residence — The 
Mount, Ascot), dau. and co-heire.ss of 12th Baron 
BlantjTe, and d. 13 Oct. 1913. Issue — 

1. Maj. Sir Da\t:d Baird, pns. Bt. 

2. William Arthuh Baird, Heir Pres, b . 20 
Miireh. 1879: sue. to the estates of the late Lord 
Bl.'intyre, 1900; capt. Lothiaus and Border Horse 
Yco. : D.L., J.P., Renfrewshire; J.P.. Haddington ; 
m.2SJan. 1903, Lady Hersey Constance Evelyn, 
dan. of Henrv, 4th Marquess of C'onyngham. Issue — 

1. Da^id Charles Baird, b. 6 July, 1912. 

1. Evelyn Frances. 

2. Margaret Stuart. 

1. Evelyn, ni. 19 Feb. 1903, Hon. Ronald Thomas 
Graliam" Murray {see Dunedin, B.). 

2. Hilda, ni. 7 July, 1908, Curtis Walter Lampson, 
(.?'■(' LA:\rPSON, Bt.) 

3. Slabel. 
2. Jonathan Peel Baird, J. P. Lanarkshire, b. 1844 ; 
m. Emily Diana Frances, dau. of late Col. Sir George 
Ashley 'Maude, K.C.B. Residence — Castle Mains, 
Douglas, Lanarkshire. Issue — 

l.^Capt. Randolph Eustace Wemyss Baird, 3rd 
Batt. Highland L.I., b. 1879 ; served in S. Africa 

' 1901-2 (medal -vnth 3 clasps). 

1. Alice Anne. 

; 2. Katrine Maclean. 

' 3. Mary Isabel. 

4. Diana Margaret. 

5. Georgina Marian. 
i 6. Constance Kennedy. 

BAIRD, 8th Bt., of Saughton Hall (Nova 

Scotia). Great. 28 Feb. 1695. — Sib William 



and has issue. Residence— Methven Castle, Perthshire. 
3. Hon. Elizabeth Sophia Lucia, m. 13 Oct. 1888, 
Francis Alexander Newdigate Newdegate, M.i . 
(Clubs— Carlton : Bachelors' ; Roy. Automobile), 
and has issue. Residences— Arbury, Nuneaton, V> a,r- 
wieksliire ; 36, Grosvcnor Place, S.W. 

BAGOT, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 19 April, 1913. 

Sir Alan Desmond Bagot, s. of late Col. 

Josceline Fitzroy Bagot. D.L., J.P.. M.P. of 
LevensHall. B. 21 Feb. 189(i. 2nd heut. 12th 
Lancers. Great. Bt. and letters patent 19 April, 
1913. his father who had been nominated for the 
dignity having d. before a patent had been issued 
in his favour. Residence — Levens Hall, Miln- 
thorpe, ^^"estmo^land. 

Heir, none. .^ ^ 

Lt.-Col. Joscehne Fitzroy Bagot, b. 22 Oct. 1854; D.L., 
J P. Westmorland; capt. Gren. Gds., rnaj. and hon. 
It -col. Westmorland and Cumberland Imp. Yeo. ; M.P. 
for Kendal div., 1892-1906 and 1910-13 ; was A.D.C. 
to Gov -Gen. of Canada 1882-3 and 1888-9 ; Pari. 
Sec. to Sec. to the Trcas. 1897-8, and to Home Sec. 1898- 
1900; served in S.African war 1899-1901 ; in despatches ; 
m 11 June, 1885, Theodosia (precedence as Bt.'s widow, 
12 April, 1913). Residence — Levens Hall, Milnthorpe, 
Westmorland. Lady of Grace of Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, and menib. of the Royal Red Cross, dau. of 
Sir John Leslie, Bt., of Glaslough, co. Monaghan. 

1. Sm Alan Desmond, pres. Bt. 

BAILEY. Privy Counsellor (Irel.). Apptd. 
1909 ; C.B. (civ.) 1900.— Rt. Hon. William 
Frederick Bailey, s. of William Bailey, of 
Castletown Conyers, co. Limerick, M.D., R.N., by 
Annie, dau. of George Harding, of Cherry Hill, co. 
Cork. B. at Castletown Conyers, co. Limerick, 
9 Feb. 1857 ; ed. at Trm. Coll. Dublin (1st Senior 
Mod. and large gold medalist m History and Poli- 
tical Science) ; F.R.G.S. ; called to the Bar 1881 
and joined the Munster Circuit ; Sec. Roy. Commn. 
on Irish Public Works 1886-7 : legal assistant ! 
Land Commis.sioner 1887-1903 ; Estates Cornmnr. i 
1903 ; author of various works and articles on i 
Literature. Travel, Economics, etc. Apptd. a 
gov. of Nat. Gallery of Ireland, 19 14. Residence 
^3, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin. Clubs — Reform ; 
Roy. Societies' ; University (Dublin) ; United 
Arts. 

BAILLIE. 6th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 14 Nov. 
1823. — Sir Adrian William Maxwell Baillie. 
B. 5 May, 1898; s. of 4th Bt. ; sue. his brother 
1914. The 1st Bt. was the eld. s. of an eminent 
advocate, who became a lord of session in Scot- 
land (under the title of Lord Polkemmet), and 
held that office for 18 years. Seat — Polkemmet, 
Whitburn. Linlithgowshire. 

Sir Robert Alexander Baillie, 4th Bt., B.A., b. 
24 Aug. 1859 ; m. 13 July, 1887, ISABEL (Residence — 
Polkemmet, Whitburn, Linlithgowshire), dau. of David 
Elliot Wilkie, of Ratho Byres, Midlothian, and d. 16 
Oct. 1907. Issue — 

1. Sir Gawaine George Stuart Baillie, 5th Bt. 
. B. 29 May, 1893 ; ed. at R.M.C. Sandhurst; 2nd lieut. 

2nd Dragoons; killed in action 7 Sept. 1914. 

2. Sir Adrian William Maxwell Baillie, pres. 
Bt. 

BAIRD, 1st Bt., of Urie (U.K.). Great. 8 
March, 1897. — Sir Alexander Baird, s. of John 
Baird, of Urie and Lockwood, Kincardineshire, 



D.L.. J.P., and Margaret, dau. of John Findlav, of Jainies Gardiner Baird, s. of 7th Bt. B. 23 
Springhill. B. 22 Oct. 1849 ; m. 16 July, 1873, ' Feb. 1854 : m. 3 April, 1879, Hon. ArabeUa Rose, 
Hon. Annette Maria (d. 21 May, 1884), dau. of 1st I dau. of 1st Baron Newlands : sue. his father 

1896 ; late It. -col. comdg. and hon. col. Lothian 
and Berwick I.Y. (ret. 1906) : formerly lieut. 7th 
Hussars ; J.P. and commnr. of supply, Mid- 
lothian, and J.P. East Lothian. The father of 
the 1st Bart, was creat. a peer by Charles 1., but 
d. before the patent passed the seals. Residence 
— Glendalough, North Berwick. N.B. Seat 
Saughton Hall, near Edinburgh. Clubs — New 
Edinburgh ; Carlton. Issue — 
1. James Hozier Gardiner Baird, Heir, 1). 25 Nov. 



Baron Haldon ; ed. at Harrow ; lord-lieut. and 
Pres. Terr. Force Assocn. Kincarclme : D.L. 
Inverness and Aberdeen. Residence — Urie, 
Stonehaven, N.B. Clubs— Carlton ; Turf. 
Issue — 

1. John Lawrence Baird, Heir, b. 27 April, 1874 ; m. 

16 Feb. 1905, Lady Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, 

dau. of 10th Earl of Kintore ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; 

late 2nd sec. in the Diplomatic Service ; M.P. Rugby 
■ div. of Wanvickshire since 1910 ; J.P., D.L. Kincar- 
'. ■ dineshire ; C.M.G. 1904. Residence — Bilton House, 

Rugby. Clubs — Turf ; Carlton : Beefsteak. Issue — 

1. James Ian Baird, b. 25 July, 1908. 

2. Robert Alexander Greville Baird, b. 5 April, 1910. 
1. Annette Sydney Helen Mary. 



1883 ; ed. at Eton ; capt. 4th Batt. Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. 

2. Capt. William Frank Gardiner Baird. 4th Batt. 
Bedfordshire Regt., b. 18 April, 1885 : latelieut. 7th I 



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[BALFOUR 



Dragoon Gds. and Scots Gds., ni. 24 Nov. 1910, Violet 
Mary, dau. of Bichard Benyon Croft, D.L., of Pan- 
hams Hall, Ware, Herts. Clubs — Cavalry ; Now 
(Ediburgh.) Issue — 

1. James Richard Gardiner Baird, b. 12 July, 191.3. 

2. . . . Baird, b. 11 Oct. 1914. 
1. Lilias Mary. 

1. Prances Harriet, m. 22 Nov. 1910, John Bdulpli 
Blagrave Swinton. Residence — Swinton Bank, 
Peebleshire. 



BAKER, 4th Bt., oi Dunstable House 
(G.B.). Great. 14 May, 1796. — His Honour 
Judge Sib Geoege Sheeston Bakee, s. of 
Henry Sherston Baker, gov. of Portland Castle 
(grandson of 1st Bt.), and the dau. of the 
late John Biirke, of York Place. B. 19 May, 
1846 ; m. 1st 3 June, 1873, Jane Mary (d. 26 May, 
1909), dau. of late Frederick James Fegen. ll.N., 
C.B., of Ballinlonty, co. TijDperary ; ni. 2nd 19 
Feb. 1912, Mary Josephine, dau. of late Henry 
Bacchus of the Manor House, Lillington ; sue. his 
cousin 1877 ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 
1871, having previously practised as a special 
pleader ; is author of HallecJc's Internatio7ial Law, 
The Lau's relating to Quarantine, and other legal 
works ; joint compiler of the Digest for the Law 
Reports ; and has formulated a scheme for an 
International Quarantine system, for vi'hich he 
has received the formal thanks of several foreign 
governments ; assoc. of the Institut de Droit 
Interim tional 1879 ; recorder of Helston 1886- 
89, of Barnstaple and Bideford since 1889 ; 
judge of Cotmty Courts since 1901 ; member of 
Board of Examiners of Inns of Court 1895-1901 : 
revising barr. 1899-1901 ; late standing counsel 
to the Society of the Baronetage. Residence — 
The Castle Moat House, Lincoln. Club — Devon- 
shire. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. DODIJsGTON GEOECtE RICHARD SHEKSTON BAKER, 

Heir, b. 22 Julv, 1877 ; ni. 15 Dec. 1906, Irene, dau. 
of Sir Roper Parkington : ed. at University Coll. 
London ; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1899 ; Maj. Indian 
Medical Service, med. oft. 7th Gurkha Rifles. Address 
— Quetta, India. Issue — 

Humplirey Dodiugton Benedict Sherston Baker, b. 

13 Oct. 1907. 

Irene Magdalen Mary. 

2. John Dunstan Sherston Baker, solicitor, b. 3 Jan. 
18S2. Residence — Old Secretariat, Apollo Street, 
Bombay. Club — Bombay Yacht. 

1. Henrietta Catherine Sherston, m. 24 Nov. 1904, 
Walter George Chapman, and has issue. 

2. Kmily Margaret Sherston, m. 8 Oct. 1910, Arthur 
Oldham, barr.-at-law, Inner Temple. 

4. Georgiana Jane Sherstone, m. 28 Sept. 1912, Percy 
King Paddav, P.F.A. 

Vice-Adm. Sir Hexry Lorai\e Baker, 2nd Bt., b. 

3 Jan. 1787 ; rn. 27 June, 1820, Louisa Anne (d. 12 Sept. 

1861), dau. of William Williams, M.P. for Weymouth, 

and d. 2 Nov. 1859. Issue — 

Agnes Maria, m. 13 Aug. 1863, Rev. Theodore Cham- 
bers Wilks, wiio d. 13'March, 1876, and has issue. 
Residence — Vevey , Switzerland . 



BAKER, 4th Bt., of Wembley (U.K.). Creat. 
2 Sept. 1802. — SiE Randolf Littlehales 
Baker, s. of 3rd Bt. B. 20 July, 1879 : sue. his 
father 1900 ; ed. at Oxford ; B.A. 1902 : lieut. Dor- 
set (Queen's Own) Y. 1905, capt. 1911, maj. 1914; 
Alderman Dorset Co. Council ; memb. Dorset 
Terr. Force Assocn. : contested X. Dorset 1905 and 
1906; M.P. N. Dorset since 1910; J.P. Dorset. 
The 1st Bt., Lt.-Col. Edward Baker Littlehales, 
received the title for his professional and political 
services ; he assumed the name of Baker, in lieu 
of that of Littlehales, in 1817. Residences — 
Ranston, near Blandford, Dorset : 3. Whitehall 
Court, S.W. Clubs — Carlton; Bath; Arthur's. 

Heir, none. 
The Rev. Sir Talbot Hastings Bendall Baker, 3rd 
Bt., b. 9 Sept. 1820 ; late prebendary of Salisbury, 
and sometime vicar of Preston, Dorset ; m. 1st 17 July, 
1850, Florence (d. 21 March 1871), dau. of John Hutchings, 
of Ludlow, Salop; m. 2nd 30 Dec. 1875, AMY Susan 
(Residence — Forest Garden, Burley, Hants.), dau. of 
Lt.-Col. George Marryat, and d. 6 April, 1900. Issue by 
2nd m. — 



1. Sir Randolf Littlehales Baker, pres. Bt. 

1. Florence La^titia, m. 20 July, 1912, Rcar-Adm. 
Seymour Elphinstone Erskinc (see Buchan, E.). 

2. Eunice Evelyn. 



BALCARRES, Earl of. See Crawford, Eabl 



BALFOUR of Burleigh, 6th Baron (S.). Great. 
16 July, 1607 ; P.G. 1892 ; K.T. 1901 ; G.C.M.G. 
1911. — Alexander Hugh Beuce, o. s. of 
the late Robert Bruce. B. at Kennet 13 Jan. 
1849 ; m. 21 Nov. 1876, Lady Katherine Eliza, 
dau. of 5th Earl of Aberdeen ; ed. at Eton 
and Oxford ; (M.A., hon. D.C.L. and hon. fell, 
of Oriel Coll.), a representative peer for Scot- 
land since 1876; capt. Highland L.I. (mil.) 
1872, res. 1880 ; lord-in-waiting to Queen Vic- 
toria 1887-9 ; sec. to the Board of Trade 1889- 
92; sec. for Scotland 1895-1903, when he res. ; 
memb. of Scottish Educ. Comm., chrmn. of Welsh 
National Museun:i and Library Comm., chrmn. 
Educ. Endowment Commn. (Scotland), 1882-90, 
Welsh Sunday Closing Commn. 1889-90, Metro- 
politan Water Supply Commn. 1892, Local Taxa- 
tion Commn. 1894, Food Supply in War Time 
Commn. 1903 ; Trade Relations between Canada 
and West Indies Commn. 1909 ; lord rector 
Edin. Univ. 1896-7 ; Chancellor St. Andrews 
Univ. since 1900 ; lord warden of the Stannaries 
in Cornwall and Devon since 1908 ; memb. of the 
Council of the Prince of Wales ; lieut. Roy. Com- 
pany of Archers ; gov. bank of Scotland ; direc- 
tor of the Gt. Northern railway ; memb. of the 
panel of chairmen for the Court of Arbitration ; 
chrmn. of committees in the House of Lords 
1904 and 1911. This title was lost by attainder 
in 1715, but was restored, by Act of Parliament 
1869, in the person of the pres. holder, who estab- 
lished his claim as lineal descendant of Mary, 2nd 
dau. of Robert, 4th Lord Balfour of Burleigh, by 
her m. with Alexander Bruce of Kennet. Resi- 
dences — Kennet, Clackmannan ; 47, Caclogan 
Square, S.W. Clubs — Carlton ; Athenaeum ; New 
(Edin.); Western (Glasgow); Scottish Conser- 
vative. Issue living. 

1. Hon. George John Gordon Bruce, Master' of 

Burleigh, Heir, b. 18 Oct. 1883. 

1. Hon. Mary, m. 26 April, 1910, Maj. John Augustus 
Hope, late K.R. Rifle Corps, M.P. Midlothian {see 
Hope, Bt.). 

2. Hon. Jane Hamilton. 

3. Hon. Victoria Alexandrina Katherine. 



BALFOUR, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1885 
— Rt. Hon. Arthur James Balfour, s. of 
James Maitland Balfour, of Whittingehame, Had- 
dingtonshire, by Lady Blanche Mary Harriet, 
dau. of 2nd Marq. of Salisbury. B. 25 July, 
1848 ; ed. at Eton and Camb. ; M.P. Hertford 
1874-85, Manchester (East) 1885-1906 (when 
he was defeated), and City of London since Feb. 
1906 ; private sec. to Marquess of Salisbury 
when Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs 1878-80; 
pres. of Local Government Board 1885-6 ; sec. 
for Scotlaiid and vice-x^res. of the council on educ. 
in Scotland 1886-7 ; chief sec. for Ireland 1887- 
91 ; First Lord of the Treasury 1891-2 and 1895- 
1905 : leader of the House of Commons 1891-2 
and 1895-1905; Prime Minister 1902-1905; 
Lord Privy Seal 1902-3 ; leader of the oppo.sition 
1906-1911 ; elected rector for St. Andrews Univ. 
1886, and for Glasgow 1890 : elder bro. of Trinity 
Hoiise since 1904; hon. LL.D. Edin. 1881, St. 
Andrews 1885, Camb. 1888, Dub. and Glasgow 
1891, Manchester 1908, Liverpool 1909, Birming- 
ham 1909, Sheffield 1912; chancellor of Edin. 
Univ. 1891 ; hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1891 ; D.L. 
Haddingtonshire and Ross-shire, J.P. Berwick- 
shire, Haddingtonshire and Ross-shire ; 
F.R.S. ; pres. British Assocn. 1904. Residences 
— 4, Carlton Gardens, S.W. ; Whittingelmme, 



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Prestonkirk, N.B. Clubs — Carlton : Athenajum ; 
New, and Scottish Conservative (Edinburgh) : 
Royal and Ancient Golf (St. Andrews). 

BALFOUR, Privy Counsellor (G.B.). Apptd. 
1900; (Irel.) 1S95. — Rt. Hon. Gerald William 
Balfour, s. of James Maitland Balfour, of 
Whittingehame, Haddingtonshii-e, by Lady 
Blanche 3Iary Harriet, dau. of ,2nd ^larq. of 
Salisbury. B. 9 April, 1853; ni. 21 Dec. 1887, 
Lady Elizabeth (Betty) Edith, dau. of 1st Earl 
Lytton ; ed. at Eton and Camb. ; B.A. 1st 
class classics 1875 ; M.A. 1877 ; priv. sec. to 
his bro., the Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, when 
pres. of Local Govt. Board 1885-6 ; chief sec. 
for Ireland 1895-1900 ; pres. of the Board of 
Trade 1900-6 ; pres. of the Local Govt. Board 
in 1905 : chrmn. roy. (-(ninin. on coast lights of 
U.K. 1906 ; M.P. central div. of Leeds (C.) 1885- 
1906, when he was defeated. Residence — 
Fishers' Hill, Woking, Surrey. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Athenaeum. Issue — 

1. ROBEET ARTHUR Lytton Balfofr, b. 31 Dec. 1902. 

1. Ruth. 

2. Eleanor. 

3. Mary Edith. 

4. Evelyn Barbara 

BALFOUR, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 3 Feb. 
1911.- — Sir Robert Balfour, s. of James Bal- 
four, of Pilmuir, Largo, Fifeshire, and Isabella, 
dau. of Alexander Hutchison, of Fosterton, 
Fife. B. at Pilmuir, 6 March, 1844 ; m. 24 
Aug. 1881, Josephine Maria, dau. of the 
late James Beazley, of Liverpool, shipowner ; 
ed. at Madras Coll. St. Andrews ; M.P. Lanark- 
shire (Partick div.) since 1906; partner in the 
firm of Balfour, W^illiamson & Co., merchants, of 
Liverpool and London ; dep. chrmn. of the 
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co.. Ltd., 
chrmn. of the California Oil Fields, Ltd., and 
director of tlie Union Discount Co., of London, 
Ltd. Residences — Langham Hall, Colchester ; 
7, Prince's Gate, S.W. Clubs — Reform ; Na- 
tional Liberal ; Bath ; City of London ; Rane- 
lagh. Issue — 

1. Alexander Baifoitr, Heir, b. at San Francisco, 
8 Sept. 1882 ; m. 9 April, 1910, Ruth Frances, dau. 
of late John D. Macfarlaud, Banker of Lincoln, Ne- 
braska, U.S.A. ; ed. at Rugl)y and Oxford. Resi- 
dence — Burlinganio, California. Clubs — University, 
San Francisco ; California. Issue — 

Nancy. 

2. Alan Scott Balfour, b. at Birkenhead, 22 Mav, 
1894 ; ed. at Harrow. 

BALGONIE, Vise. See Leven, Earl of. 

BALGUHIDAR, Vise. See Athol. Duke of. 

BALINHARD, Baron. See Southesk, Eabl of. 

BALL. 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 23 June, i 
1911; Knt. Bach. 1903.— Sir Charles Bent I 
Ball, s. of Robert Ball, LL.D., of Granby Row, 
Dublin, sec. of Queen's University in Ireland j 
and curator of Nat. Hist. Mus., Trin. Coll. Dub- I 
lin, by Amelia Gresley, dau. of Thomas Hellicar, i 
of Bristol. B. 21 Feb. 1851 ; m. 23 July. 1874. ! 
Annie Julia, dau. of Daniel Kinahan, J. P., of 
Roebuck Park, eo. Dublin ; ed. at Shefifield and I 
Trin. Coll. Dublin and Vienna ; B.A. 1871 ; I 
senior moderatorship and gold medal in nat. j 
science, medical scholarship and surgical tra- t 
veiling prize, M.B., M.Ch. 1872. M.D. 1876, 
F.R.C.S.L 1879, F.R.C.S. (hon.) Eng. 1900; is | 
regius pr<jf. of surgery Univ. Dublin ; is surg. to , 
Sir P. Dun's and Simpson's hospitals ; consulting ] 
surg. Steevens hosp. Dublin : niemb. of council \ 
Roy. Coll. Surg, in Ireland ; hon. surg. to his i 
Majesty in Ireland ; was hon. surg. (in Ireland) I 
to King Edward ; menib. General Medical Coua- ' 
cil ; Erasmus Wilson lecturer Roy. Coll. Surg. 



in England 1903 ; Lane lecturer in surgery, San 
Francisco 1902. Residences — 24, Merrion Square 
North, Dublin ; White House, Killybegs, co. 
Donegal. Clubs — Constitutional ; University 
(Dublin) ; Kildare Street (Dublin). Issue — 

1. Charles Arthitr Kikahax Ball, Heir, b. at 
Blacnavon, Mon., 29 March. 1S77 ; m. 25 April, 1907, 
Elizabetli, dau. of John Smyth Wilson, Berkeley, 
California, U.S.A. ; ed. at Trin. Coll. Dub. ; M.D., 
B.Ch., F.R.C.S.I. ; is surg. Sir Patrick Dun's Hosp. 
Residence — 22, Lower Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin. 
Club — University. 

2. Nigel Greslev' Ball, b. 27 Aus. 1892. 

3. Ivan Hellicar Ball, b. 23 July, 1894. 

1. Minnie Gwendoline. 

2. Nina Evelyn, m. 8 Oct. 1912, Oliver Murpliy, barr.- 
at-law. 

3. Mabel Vaughan, m. 1 Julv. 1911, William Cxcoffrey 
Harvey, M.D." 

4. Anile Muriel Kift. 

BALLARAT (Victoria), 2nd Bishop of. 

Founded 1875. — Rt. Rev. Arthur Vincent 
Green, LL.D., s. of Rev. Samuel Dutton Green, 
of Colac, Victoria, by Lizzie, dau. of William 
Dutton of Bampton. Oxford. B. 1857 ; m. 
1880, Matilda, dau. of Ven. J. K. Tucker, D.D., 
Archdeacon of Beechworth and Sale ; ed. at St. 
Andrews, Salisbury, and Jlelbourne and Sydney 
Univs. (honours); ord. in Melboiu'ne 1880; 
sometime Examiner in History and Political 
Economy, ^Melbourne Uni^-. ; Archdeacon of 
Ballarat 1890-4 : Bishop of Grafton and Armi- 
dale 1894-1900, when he was translated to this 
see. Residence — Bishopscourt, Ballarat, Vic- 
toria. Australia. Issue — 

Rev. Waiter Gerard Arthur Green, b. 1887 ; ed. 
at Durham, M.A., sub-warden St. Aldan's Theological 
Coll., Ballarat : ni. 1913 Alma Vera, dau. of J. Pottinger, 
of Kew, Victoria. 

BALLINBRIECH, Baron. Sec Rothes, Earl 



BALLYMOTE, Baron oJ. See Taaffe, Vise. 

BALNIEL, Baron. Sec Crawford, Earl of. 

BALRATH, Baron of. See Aylmer, Baron. 

BALVAIRD, Baron. See Mansfield, Earl 
of. 

BALVENIE, Baron. See Athol, Duke of. 

BALWEARIE, Baron. See Leven, Earl of. 

BANBURY, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 6 Jan. 
19o3. — Sir Frederick George Banbury, s. of 
Frederick Banbury, by Cecilia Laura, dau. of 
AVilliam Cox, of Woodford Hall, Essex, and grand- 
son of William Banburv, of Warlies Park. Essex. 
B. 2 Dec. 1850 : m. 3 July. 1873. Elizabeth Rosa, 
dau. and co-heiress of Tliomas Barbot Beale, of 
Bettenham Park. Suffolk ; ed. at Winchester ; 
late head of the firm of F. Banbury & Sons, stock- 
brokers. Old Broad Street, and trustee and man- 
ager of the Stock Exchange ; a dir. of the Gt. 
Northern railwav. M.P. for Camberwell, Peckham 
div. (C. and U.") 1892-1906. for City of London 
since June. 1906 ; J. P. Hunts and Wilts. The 
family of Banbury conies from Southam in War- 
wickshire, with which place they have been con- 
nected for upwards of 400 years. Residences — • 
Warneford Place. Highworth, Wilts ; 41, Lowndes 
Street. S.W. Club — Carlton. Issue — 

1. The late Capt. Cliarles William Banbury, Colds. Gds., 
b. 11 Feb. 1877 ; m. 26 April, 1913, Josephine, dau. 
of Joseph Reixach : ed. at Eton and Oxford ; served in 
S.A. war 1900-2; killed in action Sept. 1914. 

1. Florence Evelyn. 

BANDON, 4th Earl of. Great. 29 Aug. 1800 ; 
Vise. Bernard, 29 Aug. 1800 ; Vise. Bandon, 6 
Oct, 1796; and Baroii Bandon. 1793(1.); K.P. 
1900. — James Francis Bernard, s. of 3rd 
Earl. B. 12 Sept. 1850 ; m. 22 June. 1876, Hon. 



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Georgiana Dorothea Harriett, dau. of 7th 
Baron Carbery ; sue. his father 1877 ; state 
steward to the lord-Heut. of Ireland 1874-7 ; is 
lord-heut. co. Cork ; hon. col. Cork R.G. Res. 
Artillery ; elected a rep. peer for Ireland, 1881. 
The family is descended from Sir Dorbard Ber- 
nard, whose father came to England with William 
I., and whose descendants were seated at Acorn- 
bank, in Westmorland ; a younger s. of this house 
went to Ireland in the reign of Elizabeth, and 
was progenitor of the earls of Bandon. Resi- 
dences — Castle Bernard, Bandon, co. Cork ; 
Coolkelure, Dunmanwaj-, co. Cork. Clubs — 
Hurlingham ; Carlton ; Ivildare Street (Dublin). 
James Bernard, 2nd Earl of Bandon, b. l-l June, 
1785 ; m. 13 March, 1809, Mary Susan Albinia (d. 23 April, 
1870), dau. of Most Eev. the Hon. Charles Brodnck, D.D., 
Archbishop of Cashel, and d. 31 Oct. lS.i6. Issue — 

1. Francis Bernard, 3rd Earl of Bandon, b. 3 
Jan. 1810 ; m. 16 Aur. 1S32, Catherine Mary (d. 15 
Dec. 1873), dau. of Tliomas Whitmore, oi'Apley, Salop, 
and d. 17 Feb. 1877. Issue — 

1. James Francis Bernard, pres. Earl. 

1 . Lady Mary Catlierine Henrietta, m. 30 July, 1863, 
Col. Eichard Aldworth, D.L., late 7th Fus., of Lew- 
market, CO. Cork, who d. 5 Feb. 1899. Residence — 
Carrig-rhu, Queenstown. 

2. Lady Louisa Albinia. Residence — 78, Chester 
Square, S.W. 

3. Lady Charlotte Estlier Emily. 

4. Lady Emma Harriet. 

5. Lady Kathleen Frances, m. 2 June, 1885, Alfred 
William George Gaussen, who d. 6 April, 1910, and 
has issue. 

2. The late Rt. Rc\. the Hon. Charles Brodrick Ber- 
nard, D.D., Bishop of Tuam, b. 4 Jan. 1811 ; m. 25 
July, 1843, Hon. Grace Freke (d. 5 June, 1892), sister 
of 7th Baron Carbery, and d. 31 Jan. 1890. Issue — 

1. The late Percy Brodrick Bernard, b. 17 Sept. 
1844 ; m. 1st, 11 April, 1872, Isabel Emma Beatrice 
(d. 1 May, 1876), dau. of John Newton Lane, of 
Kings Bromley, Staffs. : m. 2nd, 6 Feb. 1880, Mary 
Tissey (d. 1 Aug. 1898), dau. and heiress of Denis 
Kirvvan, of Castle Hackett, co. Galway ; m. 3rd, 2 
June, 1900, Evangeline (Residence — Collegnes, 
Booterstown, co. Dublin), dau. of Henry Hoare, of 
Staplehurst, and d. 18 July, 1912. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Capt. Ronald Percy HAraLTON Bernard, 
Heir Pres., late Rifle Brig., b. 18 March, 1875 ; 
ni. 5 Jan. 1904, Lettice Mina, dau. of Gerald C. S. 
Paget. Issue — 

1. Percy Ronald Gardner Bernard 

2. Charles Brodrick Amyas Bernard 
b. 30 Aug. 1904. 
1. Cynthia Lettice Margaret. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Capt. Denis John Charles Kiraan Bernard, Rifle 
Brig., b. 22 Oct. 1882. 

3. Percy Arthur Ernald Bernard; b. 17 Feb. 1889. 

1. Frances Mary, m. 22 Feb. 1900, George Arthur 
Paley, M.A., J.P.(Club — Wellington) and has issue. 
Residence — Ampton Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, 

2. Mary Winifred. 
Issue by .3rd m. — 

4. Morogh Wyudham Percy Bernard, b. 5 Feb. 
1902. 

2. The late Capt. James Bovle Bernard, b. 22 Dec. 
1847 ; m. 25 April, 1876, Emily Georgina (d. 28 
March, 1885), dau. of Maj. Henry Gascoyne, J. P., of 
Mackney, Ballinasloe, and d. 31 July, 1884. Issue — 

Beatrice Mary Georgina Louisa, m. 27 Dec. 1899 
(m. diss. 1907), John Ernest Button, J.P. 

BANDON - BRIDGE, Baron of. See Cohk 
Eabl of. 

BANGOR, 6th Vise. Creat. 11 Jan. 1781 ; 
Baron Bangor, 30 May, 1770 (Irel. ). — Maxwell 
Richard Crosbie Ward. s. of 5th Vise. B. 4 
May, 1868 ; ra. 5 Jan. 1905, Agnes Elizabeth, dau. 
of late Dacre Hamilton, of Cornacassa. Monaghan ; 
sue. his father, 1911 ; ed. at Harrow, and R. M. A. 
Woolwich ; is It. -col. R.A., and instruct, in 
gttnnery S.W. coast defences, Plymouth ; a rep. 
peer for Ireland since 1913. Residences — Citadel, 
Plymouth ; Castle Ward, Downpatrick. co. Down. 
Clubs — Army and Navy ; N. of Irel. Yacht ; Roy. 
Ulster Yacht. Issue — 

1. Hon. Edward Henry H.arold "Ward, Heir, b. 

5 Nov. 1905. 

1. Hon. Mary Helen Kathleen. 
[ 2. Hon. Helen Elizabeth. 

3. Hon. . . . b. 29 Sept. 1914. 



twins , 



Edward Southwell Ward, 3rd Vise. Bangor, b. 
Mar. 1790 : m. 14 Feb. 1826, Harriet Margaret (she m. 
2nd, 4 Oct. 1841, Maj. Andrew Nugent, and d. 4 July, 
1880), dau. of Rev. Henry Maxwell, and d. 1 Aug. 1837. 
Issue — ■ 

1. Edward Ward, 4th Vise. Banqor, b. 23 Feb. 
1827 ; d. unm. 14 Sept. 1881. 

2. Henry William Crosbie Ward, 5th Vise. Bangor, 
b. 26 July, 1828 ; a rep. peer, D.L., J.P. co. Down ; 
Capt. 43rd L.I. : served in Kathr war 1851-3 ; m. 1st, 
6 Dec. 1854, Mary (d. 31 Aug. 1869), dau. of Rev. 
Henry King, of BaUyUn, King's co. ; m. 2nd, 8 April, 
1874, Elizabeth (Residence — Castle Ward, Down- 
patrick, CO. Down), dau. and heiress of Maj. Hugh 
Ecclcs, of Cromoe, co. Wicklow, and d. 23 Feb. 1911. 
Issue by 1st ni. — 

1. Maxwell Richard Croseie Ward, pres. Vise. 

1. Hon. Harriet Mary, m. 22 Nov. 1881, Maj .-Gen. 
John Edmund Waller, late 19th Punjaub LJ. Resi- 
dence — Aughnacloy, Killiney, co. Dublin. 

2. Hon. Kathleen Annette Norah. 

3. Hon. Bertha Jane, m. 9 Aug. 1883, Sir Robert 
John Kennedy, K.C.M.G. {see Knightage). 

4. Hon. Emily Georgiana. 

3. Lt.-Gen. the Hon. Bernard Matthew Ward, C.B 
(1905), b. 26 Aug. 1831 ; col. Suffolk Regt., late 47th 
and 32nd Regt. ; served in Crimea ; m. 1st, 27 June, 
1865, Emily Maria (d. 1 June, 1868), dau. of John La 
Touche, of Harristown, co. Kildare ; m. 2nd, 11 Feb. 
1873, Laura, dau. ofMaj.-Gen. Evan Maberly, C.B.,- 
R.A. Residence — Stapleoross, Christchurch, Hants. 
Club — United Service. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Ernest Otway Ward, b. 3 Sept. 1867 ; lieut. late 
5th Batt. Roy. Irish Rifles ; Inspect, of Crown Lands, 
Transvaal, from 1903 ; served in S.A. war 1900-1 
(medal and four clasps) ; m. 1908, Feodora, dau. of 
Daniell, of Bloemfontein. 

1. Rose Florence, m. 10 Dec. 1889, Col. John 
Hotham {see Hoth.\m, B.). 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Herbert Bernard Ward, b. 5 Marcli, 1876 ; lieut. 
late Roy. Irish Fus. 

3. Capt. Evan Bernard Ward, D. of Cornwall's L.I., 
b. 30 Oct. 1878. 

4. Maxwell William Bernard Ward, b. 24 Aug. 1889. 

2. Evel>Ti Margaret. 

3. Hildi-ed Laura, m. Jan. 1909, Capt. Mervyn 
James Hamilton, Gordon Highlrs, and has issue. 
Residence — Coraacassa, co. Monaghan. 

4. Edith Marion, m. 27 Feb. 1906, Capt. George 
Richard Balstou, R.H.A., and has issue. 

5. Doreen Harriette. 

6. Constance Katharine. 

4. The late Capt. the Hon. Somerset Richard Hamilton 
Augusta Ward, 72nd Hiehlrs., b. 9 March,1833, J.P. co. 
Down ; m. 26 April, 1859, Norah Mary Elizabeth 
(Residence — Carrowdore Castle, Donaghadee, co. 
Down), dau. of late Lord George Hill, of Gweedore, co. 
Donegal, and d. 26 Dec. 1912. Issue — 

1. Commr. George Augustus Crosbie Ward, R.N. 
(ret.), b. 14 Aug. 1865. 

2. Crosbie diaries Ward, b. 26 Mar. 1868. 

1. Norah Louisa Fanny, m. 28 July, 1881, 2nd 
Baron Dunleath. 



BANGOR, 72nd Bishop of. Fomrded before 
516. — Rt. Rev. Watkin Herbert Williams, 
D.D., s. of Sir Hugh Williams, 3rd Bart., by 
Henrietta Charlotte, dau. of Sir Watkin Williams 
Wynn, 5th Bart. B. 22 Aug. 1845 ; m. 30 April, 
1879, Alice, dau. of General Monckton, of Stretton, 
Staffs. ; ed. at Westminster and Oxford ; B.A. 
1870, M.A. 1871, D.D. 1899 ; ord. 1870 ; cur. 
of Rhos-Llanerchrugog, Denbighshire, 1871-2 ; 
vie. of Bodelwyddan, Flints, 1872-92 ; com- 
missary to Bishop of Saskatchewan and Cal- 
gary 1888-98 ; chap, to Bishop of St. Asaph and 
R.D. of St. Asaph 1889-92 ; can. and archd. of 
St. Asaph 1889-92; dean of St. Asaph 1892-8, 
when he was apptd. to this see ; is patron of 72 
livings. The diocese includes Carnarvonshire, 
Anglesey, and parts of Montgomerj' and Merion- 
ethshire ; annual value, £4,200. Residences— 
Glyngarth Palace, IMenai Bridge ; Pant-Eidal, 
Machynlleth ; 60. Carlisle Mansions, S.W. Clubs 
— Athenaeum ; O.xford and Cambridge. 



BANNERMAN, 11th Bt. (S.). Creat. 28 Dec. 
1082. — Sir Alex.\nder Bannerman, s. of 
10th Bt. B. 16 Dec. 1871 ; sue. his father 
1901 ; entd. R.E. 1891, capt. 1902, bt. maj. 



BANTRY] 



PEERS, BAROXETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



1906, maj. 1911; served in S. African war 
1899-1902 (despatches. Queen's and King's 
medals) and with the Japanese army at the siege 
of Port Arthur 1904 ; has Japanese orders of 
Sacred Treasure and Rising Sun : commanded An- 
Batt. 1910-12, wlien he ret. Residence— 125b, 
St. James' Court, Buckingham Gate, S.AV. Club 
— United Service. 

Sir Alexander Baxserman, 9th Bt., b. 6 April, 
1823 : vicp-lieut. Aberdeensliire ; m. 25 Sept. 1860, 
Arabella Diana (d. 9 Feb. 1869), dau. of 5t!i Earl Bela- 
warr, and d. 21 April, 1877. Issue— 

Ethel Mai-y Elizabeth, m. 1 Aug. 1891, Cliarles, 10th 

Earl of Southesk. 
Sir George Bankermax, 10th Bt., b. 4 June, 182, 
(s of Thomas Baunerman, and gt. neph. of 6th Bt.) ; 
m. 5 Oct. 1869, Anne Mary (d. 11 Aug. 1909), dau. of 
Richard Brooke, F.S.A.. of Handford, Cheshire, and d. 
3 Dec. 1901. Issue — 

Sm ALEX-iXDER Banxermax, pres. Bt. 

Eleanor, m. 12 July, 190.5, Harry CoMn CoMu-Smith, 

M.I.C.E. 
The late Patrick Wilson Banncnnan, b. 18 Dec. 1,94 ; 
m. 5 Sept.1826, Anna (d. 8 March 1884), dau. of SirWilliam 
Johnston, 7th Bt., and d. 16 Sept. 1854. Issue— 

Gex. Whliam Baxxekmax, C.B. (mil.) 1887, Heir 

Pres., b. 23 Sept. 1828 ; entered Bombay army 1846, 

col. 1877, ma.i.-gen. 1886, It.-gen. 1891, gen. 1894 ; 

served In Punjab campaign 1848, Persian War 1857, 

Indian Mutiny, Cliina war 1860, Afghan war 1880 ; col. 

104th AYi'lIisiev's Kifles ; m. 10 Sept. 1868, Louisa 

Constance, dau. of Robert Goddard, of Monkstown. 

Residence — 6, Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham. 

Issue — 

1. Maj. Wyndham Pliilip Bannerman, 31st Lancers, 
Ind. Army," b. 16 Feb. 1870 ; m. 17 June, 1901, Marj' 
Augusta Moslev (d. 2 June, 1910), dau. of late George 
Ashwin Cheeke. Club — Windham. Issue- 
Diana Jlary Wyndham. 

2. Capt. Oriel William Erskine Bannerman, 15th 
Lancers, Indian Army. b. 13 Dec. 1877 ; m. 14 Sept. 
1907, Emilie Henriette, dau. of the late Capt. 
Charles Lousada, 9tli Eegt. Chib — Jun. Naval and 
Military. 



BANTRY, Earldom of (Extinct. 30 Xov. 1891). 
Great. 22 Jan. 1816. 

The late William hexry Hare Hedges- White, 3rd 

Earl of Baxtry, b. 10 Xov. 1801 : a rep. peer for Irel. : 

It.-col. conim. W. Cork Artillery ; D.L. ; m. 16 April, 

1845, Jane (d. 7 July, 1898), dau. of Charles John Herbert, 

of Muckross, Killarney, and d. 15 Jan. 1884. Issue — 

1. William Hexry Hare Hedges-White, 4th E.4.rl 

OF Baxtry, 11 2 .luly. 1854 ; m. 18 Feb. 1886, RosA- 

MTJXD Catherixe, dau. of Hon. Edmund George 

Petre (see Petre, B.), and d. 30 Nov. 1891 : she m. 2nd, 

7 Dec. 1897, Arthur, 2nd Baron Trevor. 

1. Lady Olivia Charlotte, m. 16 Feb. 1871, Arthur 
Edward, 1st Baron Ardilaun. 

2. Lady Jane Frances Anna, m. 6 Jan. 1876, Edward 
Maxwell Kenney Herbert, J.P., and has issue. Resi- 
dence— 6, Woodfield Road, Ealing, W. 

BARBADOS. 6th Bishop of. Founded 1824. 
— Rt. Rev. \\'illi.\m Pkoctor Swaby", D.D.. 
F.M.R.S.. F.R.Gr.S. B. at Hoopend House, 
Tetney, Lincolnsliire (wliere his ancestors were 
settled 1.541). 1844; ed. at Humberstone Gram- 
mar Sch. and Durham Univ. (Barry Scholar, 
Divinity Exhibitioner, Theolog. Prizeman, etc. ) ; 
B.A. 1872; :\I.A. 1875; D.D. 1890: ord. 1871; 
our. of Ryhope 1871-4 : vie. of Castletown 1874- 
84 ; of Millfield, Sunderland, 1884-93, Bisliop of 
British C4uiana 1893-1900, when he was translated 
to this see ; is tlie author of several publications, 
scientific and antiquarian. Is also Bisliop of the 
Windward Islands, comprising Grenada, St. 
Vincent, St. Lucia, and the Grenadines ; annual 
allowance £700 and residence froin the col. trea- 
sury of Barbados, as Bishoj) of Barbados, and 
£250 from the Windward Islands. Residence — 
Bishop's Court, Barbados. 

BARCLAY, 12th Bt. (S.). Creat. 22 Oct. 
1668. — Sir David Edward Dureli. Barclay', s. 
of nth Bt. B. 30 March, 1858 : m. 9 Oct. 1889, 
Letitia. dau. of Hon. Amias Charles Orde Powlett : 
sue. his father 189<i : capt. 19th Hu.ssars ; 
served in Egypt 1882. and Soudan 1884 (medal. 



tliree clasps, and Khedive's star). Residence — 
The Crrove, Middleham. Yorl^shire. 
Sm Bayld William Barclay, 10th Bt., b. 5 Sept. 
1804, capt. 56th and 99th Regts. ; A.D.C. to Gen. the 
Hon. Sir Charles Col\'ille, Gov. of Mauritius ; m. 1st, 
16 Feb. 1829, Lise Josephe de Rune (d. 22 March, 1867), 
dau. of Charles Malo, Marquis de Rune, of Warsy, in 
Picardy ; m. 2nd, 19 Sept. 1872, Emily (d. 18 June, 1910), 
2nd dau. of James E. Stacey, of Kingston, Surrey, and 
d. 23 Nov. 1888. Issue — 

1. Sir Colville Arthur Durell Barclay. 11th 
Bt., C.M.G., b. 20 Dec. 1829 ; rec.-gen. in Mauritius 
and aud.-gen. in Ceylon ; comm. of the Legion of 
Honour ; m. 8 May, 1855, LOUISE Melaxie (Residence 
— 6, Avenue Marceau, Paris), dau. and co-heiress of 
Edouard Juhien de Belzim, of Mauritius, and d. 18 
Feb. 1896. Issue — 

1. Sm David Edward Durell Barclay, pres. 
Bt. 

2. Robert Cecil de Belzim B.uiclay, Heir Pres., 
b. 18 June, 1862 ; ed. at Camb. Residence — 6, 
Avenue Marceau, Paris. Club — Oxford and Cam- 
bridge. 

3. Colville Adrian de Rune Barclay, M.V.O. (1903), 
b. 17 Sept. 1869 ; Counsellor of Embassy at Wash- 
ington from 1913 : m. 10 AprU, 1912, Sarita Enri- 
queta, dau. of Herbert Ward, of Avenue Malakoft, 
Paris. Club — St. James's. Issue — 

Colville Herbert Sanford Barclay, b. 7 May, 1913. 

2. Wilham Malo de Rune Barclay, b. 29 Aug. 1842 ; 
Ueut. late 24th Foot ; m. 3 Sept. 1863, Harriett Jane, 
dau. of Francis Charles Leslie, of BaUyward Lodge, 
Castlewellan, co. Down, and Kincraigie Castle, co. 
Doneaal. Issue — 

1. David Francis Glenvillo Barclay, b. 10 Sept. 1864. 

2. William Malo de Rune Barclay, b. 19 Juno, 1871 ; 
m. 15 April, 1898, Xellie Grace, dau. of J. Hamil- 
ton. Issue — 

Leslie Hamilton Barclay, b. 31 Jan. 1899. 

3. Frederick Arthur D'Epinay Barclay, b. 24 Sept. 
1875 ; m. Laura Gwendolen, dau. of Cradock 
Beanehamp. Issue — 

William Cradock de Rune Barclay, b. 28 June, 
1906. 

4. Aubrey Hemi de Rune Barclay, b. 20 Jan. 1880 ; 
m. 17 Sept. 1903. Alice Anne, dau. of Sir Edward 
Osborne Gibbes, 3rd Bt. Issue — 

Betty Theodosia. 

1. Theodosia Leslie, m. 1st, 1891, William Thomas 
Locke Travers, Barr.-at-law, who d. 1903 ; m. 2nd, 
1905, Lt.-Col. Edward James Fandon Wood, late 
Indian Army, and has issue. 

2. Constance Durell, m. 1892 Charles Armstrong, 
and lias issue. 

3. Enid Harriet Durell. 

3. Henry Torrens de Rune Barclay, b. 5 Oct. 1849 ; 
late C.S". of British Guiana ; m. 28 Oct. 1878, Ellen 
Eliza, dau. of late Thomas Frederick Henley, C.E. 
Issue — 

1. Leslie George de Rune Barclay, b. 3 Oct. 1879; 
lieut. Res. of Officers ; late Roy. Irish Rifles ; 
served in S.A. war (King's medal with two clasps ; 
Queen's medal with two clasps). Residence — 15, 
Grimstone Avenue, Folkestone. Club — Jun. Naval 
and Military. 

2. Frederick David Henrj' de Rune Barclay, h. 1 1 
Oct. 1881. Club— Constitutional. 

1. Adelaide Georgina, m. 1856, John Henry Finniss, 
of the Mauritius C.S., who d. 1884, and has issue.Hf 

2. Hnriette Anna, m. 11 Feb. 1862. Capt. .John Leslie, 
late 5th Fus. and has issue. Residences — Ballyward. 
Lodgi', Banbridge, co. Down ; Kincraigie Castle, co. 
Donegal. 

3. Mary Barbara, m. 23 Aug. 1859, Capt. James Barton 
late R.A., and has issue. 



BARHAM, Baron. .S'ee Gaixsborough. Earl 

OF. 

BARING, Vise. See Xorthbrook, Earl of. 

BARING, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 4 Feb. 1911. 
— Sir Godfrey- Barixg. s. of late Lt.-CJen. 
Charles Baring, Colds. Gds., and Helen, dau. of 
late Sir James Graham, Bt. G.C.B. B. in 
London, 18 April, 1871 : m. 26 Jan. 1898, Eva 
Hermione, dau. of the late Alexander ^neas 
Mackintosli, of Mackintosh ; ed. at Eton : M.P. 
Isle of Wight 1906-10, and for Barnstaple div. 
of Devon since Mav, 1911 ; contested Devonport 
Dec. 1910 ; D.L. 'isle of Wight (chrmn. C.C), 
J.P. Hants. (High Sheriff. 1897); pari. priv. sec. 
to Pres. of Bd. of Ed. since 1911. Residences — 



73 



PEERS, BARONETS BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



[BARNARD 



14, Harrington Gardens, S.W. : Nubia House, 
Cowes, I. of W. Clubs — Bachelors' ; Brooks's ; 
Travellers' ; National Liberal ; R.Y.S. Issue — 

1. Charles Christian Baring, Heir, b. in London 
16 Dec. 1898. 

2. llaymond Alexander Baring, b. 7 July, 1912. 

1. Helen Azalea. 

2. Viola Mary. 

BARKER, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 1 Dee. 
1908. — Sir John Barker, s. of Joseph Barker, 
of Maidstone, brewer. B. 6 April, 1840 ; m. 
1 Nov. 1864, Sarah (d. 12 April, 1901)), dau. of 
William Waspe, of Tuddenham, Suffolk : alder- 
man first L.C.C. ; contested Maidstone (L.) 1888 
and 1898 ; M.P. Maidstone 1900, for Penryn and 
Falmouth 190G-10 ; co-opted memb. co. of 
London Terr. Force Assocn. ; ex-pres. Polo Pony 
Soc, Essex Agric. Soc, Newspaper Press Fund, 
Early Closing Assocn. ; founder and chrmn. John 
Barker & Co.. Ltd., Kensington. Residence — 
The Grange, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Clubs — 
Reform ; Roy. Automobile ; National Liberal. 
Issue — 

Ann Sarah, ni. 29 April, 1886, Tresham Gilbey, J.P. 

Residence — Whitehall, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. 

BARKING, Bishop Suffragan oL— Rt. Rev. 

Thomas Stevens, D.D.. s. of Thomas Ogden 
Stevens, of Clifton, Bristol. B. 19 Sept. 1842 ; 
m. (5 Sept. 1866, Ann Elizabeth, dau. of George 
Bertram, of Jersey ; ed. at Shrewsbury Soh. and 
Camb. (scholar and exhibitioner) ; B.A. (class. 
and math, honours) 1863, M.A. 1867, D.D. 1901 ; 
ord. 1865; was, between 1863 and 1882, an 
assistant master at Charterhouse Sch., cur. at 
St. Mary's, Charterhouse, of Woodford, North- 
ants, of St. Mark's, Victoria Docks, of St. 
Botolph's, Bishopsgate, and of Holy Trmity, 
Brompton, and vie. of St. Luke's, Victoria Docks ; 
vie. of Saffron Walden and chap, to the Union 
18S2-9 ; vie. of St. John's, Stratford, since 1889 : 
hon. can. of St. Alban's 1891-4 ; arehd. of Essex 
1894—1901, when he was consecr. bishop. 
Residence — Wanstead, Essex. Club — Roy. 
Societies'. 

BARLOW, 5th Bt., of Fort William (U.K.). 
Great. 29 June, 1803; C.B. (civ.) 1913. — Sir 
Hilaro William Welleslev Barlow, s. of j 
4th Bt. B. 19 June, 1861 ; m. 29 July. 1891, I 
Victoria Catherine, dau. of Col. Hugh Hibbert, of I 
Birtles Hall, Cheshire, and Broadgate, Barn- 1 
staple ; sue. his father 1904 ; ed. at Eton and ! 
R. M. A. Woolwich; It. -col. R.A. 1905, brev.- 
col. 1908, col. 1910 ; supt. Roy. Lab. Wool- 
wich Ars. The 1st Bt. had been for many 
years Gov. of Fort St. George, Madras, and Gov.- 
Gen. 1806. Residence— 18, Kidbrook Grove, 
Blackheath. Club — Naval and Military. Issue — 

1. Richard Hugh Barlow, Heir, b. 30 June, 1904. 

2. Christopher Mark Barlow, b. 14 Jan. 1908. 

1. Annie Eatherine. 

2. Mildred Hilare. 

3. Ruth Beatrice. 
Sister living of 4th Bt. — 

Maria Charlotte Exmouth, ni. 7 Jan. 1857, William 
Southey Whiteside, late Madras C.S., who d. 12 Oct. 
1900, and has issue. 

BARLOW, 1st Bt., of Bradwall (U.K.). Creat. 
20 July, 1907. — Sir John 1 mmott Barlow, s. of 
Thos. Barlow, of Torkington Lodge, Stockport. 

B. 10 April, 1857 ; m. 13 July, 1895, Hon. Amia 
Maria Hey wood, sister of 3rd Baron Denman ; ed. 
at Grove Ho., Tottenham ; called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple), but does not practise ; senior partner in 
firms of Thomas Barlow and Brother, Manchester 
and London, an 1 Barlow and Co., Calcutta, 
Shanghai, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, etc. : M.P. 
for Frome div. Somerset 1892-5, and again since 
1896 ; cont. Knutsford div. Cheshire 1885 and 
Denbigh dist. 1886 ; J.P. Cheshire and Somerset ; 

C. Alderman of Cheshire. Residences — Bradwall 



Hall, Sanbach ; Torkington Lodge, Stockport, 
Cheshire ; Bryn Eirias, Colwyn Bay, N. Wales. 
Clubs — Brooks's ; Devonshire. Issue — 

1. John Denman Barlow, Heir, b. 15 June, 1898. 

2. Thomas Bradwall Barlow, b. 7 March, 1900. 

1. Nancy Mary Emmott. 

2. Anna Elizaijcth. 

I BARLOW, 1st Bt., of London (U.K.). Great. 
7 March, 1901 ; K.C.V.O. 1901.— Sir Thomas 
Barlow, s. of James Barlow, J.P., of Greenthorne, 
Edgworth. B. 4 Sept. 1845 ; m. 28 Dec. 1880. 
Ada Helen, dau. of Patrick Dalmahoy, W.S., of 
Edinburgh ; ed. at University Coll. London ; 
B.Se. 1867, M.D. 1874, M.R.C.S. 1871, F.R.C.P. 
1880, F.R.S. 1909 ; F.R.C.P.I. ; emeritus pro- 
fessor of clinical med. and consulting physician 
to University Coll. Hosp. ; consulting physician 
to the Hospital for Children Gt. Ormond St. ; 
physician extraordinary to the King, late physi- 
cian to the King Edward VII's Household ; for- 
merly physician extraordinary to Queen Victoria ; 
pres. Roy. Coll. of Physicians since 1910; author 
of numerous papers on medical subjects ; hon. 
LL.D. Aberdeen, St. Andrews, Harvard, Montreal, 
and Toronto ; hon. D.Sc. Vict. ; hon. M.D. Dub- 
lin and Christiania. Residences — -10, Wimpole 
Street, W. ; Boswells, Wendover, Bucks. Club — • 
Athenaeum. Issue — 

1. James Alan Noel Barlow, Heir, b. 25 Dec. 1881 ; 
m. 6 April, 1911, Emma Nora, dau. of Horace Darwin, 
PR.S., of The Orchard, Cambridge ; ed. at Marl- 
borough and Oxford (scliolar). Club — Savile. Issue — 

Thoiiias Erasmus. 
Joan Helen. 

2. Thomas Dalmahoy Barlow, M.A. Camb., b. 23 Feb. 
1883 ; m. 15 Feb. 1911, Esther Sophia, dau. of Henry 
Gaselee, of Linden Gardens, Bayswater, W. Resi- 
dence — 164, Eccles Old Road, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Issue — 

1. Theodora Gertrude. 

2. Sophia Penelope. 

3. Patrick Basil Bariow, M.A. O.xford, b. 23 Oct. 1884. 
1. Helen Alice Dorothy. 

BARNARD, 9th Baron (E.). Creat. 25 July, 
1698. — Henry de Vebe Vane, s. of Sir Henry 
Morgan Vane. B. 10 May, 1854 ; m. 28 June, 
1881, Lady Catherme Sarah, dau. of 3rd Marq. of 
Exeter ; sue. his kinsman, 4th Duke of Cleveland 
(extinct), in the barony 1891, and established his 
right to the title before the Committee of Privileges 
the following year ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; 
B.A. 1876 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 
1879, and was priv. sec. to the chief charity 
eommr. ; late lieut. 3rd Batt. Northampton Regt. 
(M.); hon. col. 4th Batt, Durham L.I. ; D.L., 
J. P., Durham ; hon. D.C.L. Durham ; chrmn. 
Tees Salmon Fishery Board ; Provincial Grand 
Master of Freemasons for Durham ; memb. of 
senate of Durham Univ. ; a gov. of Shrewsbury 
school. This family is descended from Sir Henry 
Vane, knighted at Poictiers 1356 ; and numbers 
amongst its ancestry Sir H. Vane, prin. sec. of 
State, temp. Chai'les I, and Sir Henry Vane, the 
younger, Treas. of the Navy, distinguished in the 
civil wars, and subsequently beheaded on Tower 
Hill, whose s. was creat. Baron Barnard. The 
3rd B. was creat. Vise. Barnard and Earl of 
Darlington, and the 3rd Earl, Baron Raby and 
Marq. and Duke of Cleveland, but all these titles 
became extinct on the death of the 4th Duke. 
Residences — Raby Castle, Darlington ; Glenside, 
Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Yorks ; 20, Belgrave 
Square, S.W. Clubs — Brooks's ; Oxford and 
Cambridge. Issue — 

1. Hon. Henr¥ Cecil Vane, Heir, b. 19 Sept. 1882 ; 
ed. at Eton and Oxford ; late 2nd lieut. SliropsMre 
Yeo. ; late capt. 4th Batt. Durham L.l. (res.) ; 
was A.D.C. to Gov. of Madras ; m. 25 Aug. 1914, 
Lady Enid, dau. of Antliony, 13th Earl of Westmor- 
land. Clubs — Yorkshire; Kilclare Street (Dublin). 

2. Hon. Christopher William Vane, b. 28 Oct. 1888 ; 
lieut. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. 

3. Hon. Ralph Frederick Yane, b. 8 June, 1891 ; 
lieut. 4th Batt. Durham L.I. 

The late Sir Henry Morgan Vane, Kat., b. 29 Nov. 1808 
(great-grandson of Gilbert Vane, 2nd B. Barnard), 
sec. to the Char. Com. ; m. 6 July, 1853, Louisa (d. 16 



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Dec. 1878), dau. and co-hoiross of the Rev. Eichard 
Farrer, of Ashley, Northants, and d. 22 April, 1886 
Issue^ 

1. Henry de Veke Vane, pres. Baron. 

2. Maj. tlie Hon. William Lyouol Vano (pat. of prece- 
dence, 1892), b. 30 Aug. 1859 ; late 1st Batt. Durham 
L.I. and It.-col. conidg. 6thJBatt. Durham L.I. 1903-11 ; 
vice chrmn. of Terr. Force Assocn., D.L., J. P. Dur- 
ham ; m. 27 Jan. 1904, Lady Katharine Paken- 
ham, dau. of 4th Earl of Longford. Residence — 
Haughton Hall, Darlington. Club — Carlton. Issue — 

1. William Morgan Vane, b. 12 April, 1909. 

1. Katharine Selina. 

2. Margaret Cicely. 

1. Hon. Louisa Henrietta, m. 10 Nov. 1891, WilUam 
Blackstone Eennell, who d. 11 Dec. 1912. Residence — 
62, Eaton Place, S.W. 

BARNEWALL, 11th Bt. (L). Great. 21 
Feb. 1G22. — Sir John Robert Babnewall, s. 
of John Bariiewall. B. at Big River. Victoria, 
14 April, 1850; m. 14 Oct. 1884, Grace, dau. of 
A. R. Blennerhassett, of Essenden, Victoria ; sue. 
18 April. 1909 ; ed. privately ; is a landowner 
and grazier. This family, which is one of great 
antiquity, is the parent stock whence the noble 
houses of Kingsland and Trimlestown have 
branched out, and was estab. in Irel. under 
" Strongbow," Earl of Pembroke, 1 172. The 2nd 
Bt. suffered severely under Cromwell, and of 
the vast terr. possessions then lost, but little was 
ever regained. Residence — Thornton L^pper, 
Victoria, Australia. Issue — ■ 

1. Reginald John Barnewall, Heie, b.at Thorn- 
ton Upper, 8 June, 1888 ; ed. at Thornton Upper 
Public School. 

2. Arthur Walter Aylmer Barnewall, b. 15 Aug. 1890. 
Brothers and sisters of pres. Bt. — 

Alfred George BarnewaU, b. May, 1880. 
Bartholomew John Barnewall, b. 29 Jan. 1882. 
Robert Benjamin Barnewall, b. 18 Jan. 1885. 
Catherine Lucy, m. Robert Kennie. 
Eleanor, m. William McMartin. 
Maritza, m. Robert Nicholas. 
Adeline, m. Francis Downey. 
Eliza, m. John O'Rourke. 

BARRAN, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 11 Feb. 
1895. — Sir John Nicholson Baeean, s. of John 
Barran. B. 10 Aug. 1872; m. 18 Nov. 1902,1 
Alice Margarita, dau. of Dr. Leighton Parks, of 
N. York, U.S.A. ; sue. his grandfather, 1905 : ed. 
at Winchester and CamlD. ; M.P. for Hawick | 
Burghs since 1909 ; pari. priv. sec. (impaid) to 
Chanc. of Duchy of Lancaster 1909-10, to Post- 
master-General 1910—14, and to Pres. of Local 
Govt. Board since 1914; J.P. W.R. Yorks. 
Residence — Sawley Hall, Ripen. Yorks. Clubs — 
Reform; Leeds (Leeds) ; Scottish Liberal (Edin.). 
Issue — 

John Leightox B.utnAN, Heir, b. 24 March, 1904. 

2. Edward Nieliolson Barran, b. 30 March, 1910. 

3. Da\id Haven Barran, b. 23 May, 1912. 
1. Elise Margarita. 

The late Sir John Barran, 1st Bt., b. 3 Aug. 1821 ; 

M.P. (L.) Leeds 1876-85 ; Otley div. of Yorks 1886-95 ; 

Mayor of Leeds 1870 and 1871 ; J.P. for Leeds and W. 

Riding ; Life Gov. and Treas. of Leeds Univ. , LL.D. ; 

was Pres. of Leeds Chamb. of Com. ; m. 1st, 22 Dec. 1842, 

Ann (d. 15 Jan. 1874), dau. of M. Hirst, of Leeds , m. 2nd. 

10 Jan. 1878, Eliza (Residence— Chapel Allerton Hall, 

Leeds), widow of John Biltou, of Scarborough, and d. 3 

May, 1905. Issue — 

1. The late John Barran, b. 25 Dec. 1844 ; m. 22 June, 
1870, Eliza Heimetta (Residence — Hob Green, Mark- 
ington, Yorks), dau. of late Edward Nicholson, of 
Matthew's Green, Wokingham, and d. 19 Feb. 1886. 
Issue — 

1. Sir John Nicholson Barran, pres. Bt. 

2. Maj. Philip Austyn Barran, B.A. Camb., 1st 
• West Riding Brig. E.F.A., b. 20 March 1876 ; m. 2 

Jan. 1908, Dorothy Currer, dau. of the late Arthur 
Currer Briggs, of Gledhow Grange, Leeds. Resi- 
dence — The Elms, Chapel Allerton, Leeds. Issue — 

1. Pliilip Henry Barran, b. 20 April, 1909. 

2. Arthur Haworth Barran, b. 14 April, 1911. 

1. Ruth, m. 7 Nov. 1900, Francis E. M. Donner, and 
has issue. Residence — Prestbury Hall, Chesliire. 

2. Lorna. 

3. Edith. 

4. Margaret Elma. 

5. Dorothy Hilda, m. 21 April, 1909, Capt. Alfred 



James Napier Bartlett, 52nd L.I., and has issue. 
Residence — The Old House, Aylesbur>'. 
6. Nathalie Beatrice, m. April, 1914, Maj. Anthony 
Drumiuond Boden, Rifle Brig. Residence — Marya- 
borough, Glanmire, Co. Cork. '^ 

2. Charles Barran, b. 22 Nov. 1849, J.P. Devon, 
chrmn. of Dart Dlst. Brd. of Conservators ; ra. 8 June, 
1876, Louisa Anne, dau. of the late John McNab, of 
Midtonfield, Renfrewshire. Clubs — Roy. W. of Eng. 
1 Yacht ; Nat. Liberal. Issue— 

I 1. Charles Marcel Barran, b. 2 April, 1877 ; m. 4 

April, 1907, Jessie Henderson, dau. of Thomas 
! Pollok, of Liverpool. 

2. Kennetli Gerald McNab Barran, b. 17 March, 1886. 
I 3, Colin Adair Barran, b. 6 June, 1893. 

I 1. Muriel Louise, m. 6 March, 1913, John Hamilton 

Cumming, M.D. Residence — Faringdon, Berks. 
\ 3. Alfred Barran, b. 29 June, 1851, J.P. W.R. Yorka 
and Leeds ; m. 1st , 8 Aug. 1883, Lilly Maria (d. 14 
May, 1885), dau. of late Thomas Scattcrgood, M.R.C.S.; 
m. 2nd, 6 April, 1904, Amie Mabel, dau. of the late 
Capt. T. C. Wharton, 97th Regt. Clubs— Alpine ; 
Reform. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Claude Roulston Barran, b. 1 May, 1885 ; m. 10 
Oct. 1911, Edith, dau. of Arthur Gaunt, of Stan- 
ningley Hall, Leeds. Issue — 

1. Lilian Joan. 

2. Katharine Muriel. 
Issue by 2nd ni. — 

2. Richard Wharton Barran, b. 21 March, 1905. 

3. George Fletcher Barran, b. 18 Aug. 1908. 

4. Henry Barran, b. 5 Oct. 1856 ; M.A., LL.M. Camb., 
barr.-at-law, J.P. W.R. Yorks; m. 10 Feb. 1891, 
Rosalie Mary (d. 2 June, 1914), dau. of late Edgar 
Flower, of Middlehill, Worcs. Residences — Shadwell 
Grange, Moor Allerton, Leeds ; Whin Brow, Cloughton, 
Yorks. Club — Reform. Issue — 

Henry Vernon Flower Barran, b. 30 July, 1894. 
Elaine Isabel Flower. 

5. Rowland Hirst Barran, b. 7 Aug. 1858 ; M.P. for 
N. Leeds from 1902 ; ni. 1st, 10 Feb. 1887, Rose 
Cardew (m. dissolved 1899), dau. of Rev. Gilbert Brad- 
ley ; m. 2nd, 7 April, 1909, Louise Buchanan, dau. of 
J. Stevenson Brown, of Montreal. Residences — 
Beechwood, Roundhay, Leeds ; 24, Queen's Gate, S.W. 
Clubs — Bath ; Reform ; Ranelagh. Issue — 

1. Rowland Noel Barran, b. 25 Dec. 1887, Ueut. 11th 
Hussars. Spec. Bes. 

2. Hugh Bradley Barran, b. 13 May, 1889 ; B.A. 
Camb. : 2nd lieut. 1st W. Riding Brig. R.F.A. 

1. Rose Sylvia. 2. Gwendolin Cardew. 

1. Anne, m. 25 Dec. 1867, Rev. Lundy Edward William 
Foote, vie. of St. Peter's, Harrogate, and has issue. 

2. Eliza, m. 8 Aug. 1907, Sir Nathan Bodington, 
Lift. D., LL.D., Vice-chancellor of Leeds Univ., who 
d. 12 Mav, 1911. Residence — Woodboume, North 
Hill Road," Leeds. 

3. Louisa, m. 8 Sept. 1909, Harry Manfleld, M.P. 
for Mid-Northants. (Clubs — Bath ; Nat. Liberal ; 
Reform.) Residences — Moulton Grange, Northampton ; 
240, St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W. 

LAYLAND-BARRATT, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 
23 Julj% 1908. — .Sir Feancis Layland-Bae- 

eatt, s. of late Francis Barratt, of St. Austell, 
Cornwall, and Plymouth, and Arnie Michell, dau. 
and eo-li. of late John Pascoe Bennetts, J.P., of 
Faknouth. B. 12 Aug. 1860: m. 9 Sept. 1884, 
Frances, dau. of late Thos. Layland, of Wallasey, 
Cheshire; ed. at Camb. (M.A., LL.B.); M.P. 
Torquay div. Devonshire 1900-10; D.L., J.P., 
G.A. Cornwall (High Sheriff 1897) ; commodore 
Roy. Cornwall Yacht Clu'i ; assumed by roy. 
licence the additional surname of Layland, 1895. 
Residences — The Manor House, Torquay ; Tre- 
garne Lodge, St. Austell, Cornwall ; The Red 
House, Cromer, Norfolk ; 68, Gadogan Square, 
S^W. Clubs — Reform ; Devonshire ; R. T. 
'i acht ; Roy. Cornwall Yacht. Issue — 

1. Francis Henry Godolphin Layland-Barratt, 

Heir, b. 11 Dec, 1896. 

1. Dorothea Layland. 

2. Petronel Eleanor Layland, m. 4 Oct. 1913, Lieut. 
George Edward Cumming, RN. 

3. Frances Patricia Layland. 

BARRIE, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 14 June„ 
1913. — Sir J.ajies M.4.tthew Baerie, s. of David 
Barrie, of Kirriemuir, N.B. ; b. 9 May, 1860 ; 
ed. at Dumfries Academy and Edin. Univ. (M.A., 
LL.D.) ; is a distinguished novelist and play- 
^vright ; m. 9 July, 1893 (m. diss. 1909). 
Address — Kirriemuir, N.B. Club — Athenajum^ 



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HARRINGTON, 9th Vise. Great. 1 July, 1720 ; 
Baron Barriugton, 1720 (Irel.): Baron Shute 
(U.K.) 15 April, 1880, by which last title he 
holds his seat in the House of Lords. — Walter 
BuLKELEY Baebington, s. of 8th Vise. B. 20 
April, 1848 ; m. 1st, 26 April. 1870, Marv Isa- 
bella (d. 1(5 Nov. 1903), dau. of tlie Rev. Richard 
Bogue, vie. of Denbury, Devonshire : m. 2nd, 
19 Jan. 1905, Charlotte Mary Leyeester. dau. of 
late Maj. George Stopford, and widow of J. Arden 
Birch ; sue. his father 1901 : ed. at Eton : late lieut. 
late Colds. Gds. ; D.L., J.P. Bucks, J.P. North- 
ants and Berks, C.C. Berks. The 1st Vise, was 
M.P. for Berwick-upon-Tweed ; the 7th Vise, 
was creat. Baron Shute with special remainder 
to his bro., who sue. as 8th Vise. Residences — 
Beckett, Shrivenhani, Berks : 101, Eaton Square, 
S.W. Clubs — Travellers' ; Carlton. Issue — 

1. Hon. William Reqixald Shute Barringto.v, 
Heik, b. 23 July, 1873 ; ed. at Canib. ; capt. and lioa. 
maj. 3rd Batt. O.xfordshire L.I. Club — Bachelors'. 

2. Hon. Walter Bernard Louis Barrington, b. 15 
May, 1876; m. 11 Dec, 1901, Eleanor Xiiia, dau. 
of late Judge Sir Thomas William Snagge, K.C.M.G. 
Residence — The Manor House, Little Bookham, 
Surrey. Club — Carlton. Issue — 

1. Patrick William Daines Barrington.b. 29 Oct. 1908. 
1. Priscilla Mary. 2. Gillian Mary. 

3. Hon. Rupert Edward Selborne Barriiigton, b. 10 
Dec. 1877 ; capt. 3rd Regt. Scottish Horse 1914.; m. 
10 Sept. 1903, Mary Georgiana, dau. of Lt.-Col. G. A. 
Eerguson, of Pitfour. Issue — 

Eric Rupert Walter Barriugton, b. 13 Dec. 1904. 

4. The late Hon. Percv Evelyn Shute Barriugton, b. 
29 July, 1884 ; m. 13 Oct. "l908, Muriel Constance 
(Residence — 554, Calle Bclgrano, Buenos Aires) ; m. 
2nd, 19 Sept. 1914. Alfred Fabian de Ledesnia), dau. 
of J. B. Oyler, of La Reina Sanabria Cordoba, Argen- 
tine Republic, and d. 30 May, 1911. Issue — 

Miguel O'Brien Shute Harrington, b. 15 Aug. 1909. 

1. Hon. Maude Louisa, m. B Aug. 1889, Hon. Eustace 
Fitzgerald (see Fitzgerald, B.). 

2. Hon. Violet Mary, m. 27 April, 1892, John Charles 
Evelyn Hope Brooke, J.P. (Club — Windham), and 
has issue. Residence — Boddington House, Byfield, 
Northants. 

3. Hon. Hilda Margaret, m. 28 March, 1894, Col. Regin- 
ald Salmond Curtis, C.M.G., D.S.O., R.E. Residence 
—33, Cranley Gardens, S.W. 

William Keppel Barrington, 6th Vise. B.4.rrington, 
b. 1 Oct. 1793 ; m. 21 April, 1823, Hon. Jane Elizabeth 
Liddell (d. 22 March, 1883), dau. of 1st Baron Ravens- 
worth, and d. 9 Feb. 1867. Issue — 

1. George William Barrisgto5, 7th Vise. Bae- 
.iiNGTOX, P.C, b. 14 Feb. 1824 ; Vice-chamb. of H.M. 
Household 1874-1880 ; m. 19 Feb. 1846, Isabel Eliza- 
beth (d. 1 Feb. 1898), o. c. of John Morritt, of 
Rokeby Park, Yorkshire, and d. 7 Nov. 1886. Issue — 

1. Hon. Constance Mary, m. 30 Sept. 1868, 2nd 
Baron Haldon. 

2. Hon. Evelyn Laura, m. 17 Jan. 1867, George 
Grimston, 3rd Earl of Craven. 

3. Hon. Florence, sister of the com. of St. Mary the 
Virgin, Wantage. 

2. Percy Barrington, 8th Vise. Barrington, b. 
22 April, 1825 ; D.L., J.P. Bucks ; Iiigh sheriff 1864 ; 
D.L. O.xfordshirc ; served in Rifle Brig, and Scots 
Gds. ; capt. in O.xfordshire M. and hon, col. 1st Bucks 
Rifle Vol. ; m. 3 July, 1845, Louisa (d. 17 June, 1884), 
dau. and heiress of Tally Higgins, and d. 29 April, 
1901. Issue — 

1. Walter Bulkeley Barrington, pres. Vise. 

1. Hon. Alice Louisa, m. 23 July, 1868, George 
Augustus Campbell, and has issue. Residence — 
46, Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

2. Hon. Edith, m. 17 Aug. 1869, Abraham John 
Robarts, D.L., and has issue. Residence — Tile 
House, Buckingham. 

3. Hon. Sir William A. C. Barrington, K.C.M.G. 
(see Knightage). 

4. Hon. Sir B. Eric E. Barrington, K.C.B. (see 
Knightage). 

1. Hon. Caroline Susan Augusta, m. 9 April, 1856, 
3rd Earl of Normanton. 

2. Hon. Augusta Anne, m. 12 Nov. 1878, the Most 
Rev. the Rt. Hon. William Dalrymple Maclagan, 
.\rchb. of York 1891-1909, who d. 19 Sept. 1910, and 
has issue. Residence — 15, Queen's Gate Place, S.W. 

BARRINGTON, 5th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 30 
Sept. I83I. — Sir Chah,t.es Burton Barrington, 
s. of 4th Bt. B. 1848: m. 14 Feb. 1895, 
Mary Rose, dau. of Sir Henry Hickman Bacon, 
10th Bt. ; sue. his father "l890 ; ed. at Trin. 



CIoll. Dub. ; hon. col. unattached list, lato 
Limerick City Roy. Field Res. Art. ; D.L., J.P. 
CO. Limerick ; High Sheriff 1879. This family is 
descended from Odynell Barrington, or Baren- 
tone, who had the custody of the forest of Hat- 
field temp. William I. The 1st Bt. was the 
founder, in conjunction with his sons, of the hos- 
pital and infirmary in the city of Limerick which 
bears his name. Residence — Glenstal, Newport, 
Limerick. Clubs — Union ; Carlton ; Kildare, 
Street (Dublin). Issue — • 

1. Charles Bacon Barrington, Heir, b. 6 June, 
1902. 

2. Alexander Pitzwilliam Croker Barrington, b. 19 
Nov. 1909. 

1. Winifred Frances. 
Sir Matthew B.arrixgton, 2nd Bt., b. 21 May, 
1788 ; m. 1 Jan. 1814, Charlotte (d. 18 Nov. 1858), daii. 
of William Hartigan, of Dublin, and d. 1 April, 1861. 
Issue — 

1. Sir William H.artigan, 3rd Bt., b. 4 Oct. 1815, 
m. 14 March 1859, Elizab(!tli Olivia (d. May, 1907), dau. 
of Henry Darlev, of Wingfleld, co. Wicklow, and d. 
14 July, 1872. "issue— 

1. Charlotte Jessy, ra. 4 June, 1901, Rev. George 
Digliy Scott, rector of Bray, co. Wicklow, and hoa 
can of Ch. Ch. Cathedral, and has issue. 

2. Maria Louisa Olivia. Residence — Clonshavoy, 
Biirrington's Bridge, co. Limerick. 

2. Sir Croker B.arrington, 4th Bt., D.L., b. 12 
July, 1817 ; m. 12 April, 1845, Anna Felicia (d. 7 June, 
1873), dau. of John Beatty West, M.P., and d. 4 July, 
1890. Issue — 

1. Sir Charles Burton Barrington, pres. Bt. 

2. Croker Barrington, M.A., barr.-at-law 1876 and 
solicitor 1883 ; b. 1851 ; m. 7 Oct. 1890, Florence 
Jane, dau. of John Bayly, D.L., of Debsborougli, 
CO. Tipperary. ResidiMiccs — Barrington's Bridge, 
Limerick ; 58, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. Clubs 
— Conservative: I'niv. (i)ulilin). Issue — • 

1. Edmund Croker Barrington, b. 2 Sept. 1897. 

1. Ilorence Mary. 

2. Evelyn Victoria Muriel. 

3. John Beatty Barrington, B.A., T.C.D., b. 1859 ; 
J.P. cos. Limerick and Tipper.ary and for Limerick ; 
High Sheriff of Co. Limimck 1912 ; m. 2 Aug. 1887, 
Catherine Charlotte, dau. of John Bayly, D.L., of 
Debsborough. Residence — Ashroe, co. Limerick. 
Club — Kildare Street. Issue — 

John Barrington, b. 2 Aug. 1899. 
Mary Charlotte Gladys, m. 20 April, 1911, 
Colin Algernon Campbell. Issue — 
Marjorie. 

1. Caroline Felicia, m. 11 July, 1870, William Young 
Donnelly, who d. 20 Nov. 1888, and has issue. 

2. Olivia Maria, m. 13 June, 1871, Rev. Lewen 
Burton Weldon, D.D., hon. can. of Salisbury and 
vicar of Holy Trinity, Weymouth. Residence — 

3. Belfleld Terrace, Rodwell, Weymouth. Issue — 

1. Capt. Kenneth Charles Weldon, Roy. Dub. 
Fus., b. 25 April, 1877: s :rved in S. African war 
1899-1902 (2 medals, 5 clasps) ; B.A. Trin. Coll. 
Dub. ; m. 1906, Elizabeth Constance Jane, dau. 
of the late Maj. John Croker, Roy. Innis. Fus., of 
liyblox, Doneraile, Co. Cork, and has issue. 
Residence — Uplands, Foxrock, Co. Dublin. 

2. Lewin Barrington Weldon, b. 15 Oct. 1875 ; 
Director of Survey, Egypt ; m. 1904, Mary 
Macaulcy, dau. of' Lawrence B. Malloy, of Clon- 
beale, King's Co., and has issue. 

L Marv Caroline, ra. 1912, Brian Gwynn, late 
R.A. Residence — Hollybrook Road, Clontarf, 
Dubhn. 

2. Hilda Frances. 

3. Anne Felicia, ni. 1908, Capt. William Harl.y 
MacAlpine-Leny, R.A. 

3. Mcrcv, m. 10 Aug. 1881, George Wright, Judge 
of the High Court, Ireland, who d. 15 May, 1913, 
and has issue. 

4. Jessy Prances, m. 29 .Tan. 1889, George H. Pent- 
land, D.L. , of Black Hall, co. Louth, and has issue. 

5. Anna Josephine, m. 3 June, 1891, John Nancr 
George Pollock, D.L., J.P., who d. 13 Feb. 1905, 
and has issue. Residence — Mountainstown, nr. 
Navan, co. Meath. 

BARROW, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 30 .March, 
1835. — Sib Fran(.'is Laurence John Babrow, 
s. of 3rd Bt. B. U Aug. 1802; m. 7 Jan. 
1890, Winifred Sarah, dau. of William Crozier 
Steward, of Cartgate, Whitehaven ; sue. his 
father 1900. Residence — Issue — 

1. Wilfrid John Wilson Ckoker Barrow, Heir, 

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2. Alfred Francis Lcndon Barrow, b. 12 May, 190-1. 

3. Edward Josupli Morrimau Barrow, b. 19 June, 1912. 
1. Mildred Marv Winifred. 

SlE [Georoe Barrow, 2nd Bt., C.M.G.. b. 22 Oct. 
1806 ; in. 23 Julv, 1832, Kosaniund Hester Elizabeth 
(d. 9 Jan. 1906), 'dau. of William Pennell, late H.B.M. 
Consul-Gen. in Brazil, and d. 27 Feb. 1876. Issue — 

1. Sir John Croker B.uirow, 3rd Bt., b. 8 July, 
1833; M.A. Oxford: Barr.-at-law ; J. P. for Kent; 
m. 2 Dec. 18.57, Emily Jane (d. 23 Jan. 1911), dau. 
of James Xathaniel Jlerriman, M.D., of Kensington, 
and d. 23 Sept. 1900. Issue — 

1. Sir Fr.\ncis Laurence John Barrow, pres. Bt. 

1. Emily Agnes. 

2. Mary Mercy, a nun. 

2. The late Rev. George Staunton Barrow, M.A., b. 
20 Oct. 1834 ; vie. of Stowmarket, Suffolk ; m. 7 
April. 1864, Florence Mary (m. 2nd, 1896, Cliarles 
Tomer. Residence — Glenwoods, Guildford), dau. of 
John NichoUes, and d. 10 Aug. 1884. Issue — 

1. Annie lleta, m. 26 July, 1892, Frederick Banister, 
and has issue. Residence — Fairfield. Epsom. 

2. Ida Florence, m. 27 Sept., 1910, William Henry 
Cakes. 

3. Gillian Mary. 

4. Rosamond Nony. 

5. Evelyn Marguerite, m. 11 May, 1909, Coram. 
Francis Alexander Clutterbuck, B.N., and has issue. 

1. Rosamond m. 5 Oct. 1853, Rev. Matthew Wood- 
ward, M.A., vie. or Folkestone, who d. 1898, and has 
issue. 

2. Anna Maria, m. 5 Oct. 1855, Rev. John Hensou 
Sperling, M.A., who d. 1894. 

3. Mary, m. 14 May, 1861, Eev. Vere Broughton 
Smyth, who d. 10 Sept. 1907. Residence — Misterton, 
Carew Road, Eastbourne. 

4. Eliza Catherine. 

5. Adelaide, m. 5 Nov. 1863, Alexander Clutterbuck, 
of Great Stanmore, who d. 1890, and has issue. 

BARROW-IN-FURNESS, 2nd Bishop Suffragan 

of. — Rt. Rev. C'a:mpbeli, \Ve.st ^VATsON, s. of 
Adam West Watsoii, of Liverpool, merchant 
(and grands, of the late William West Watson, 
city chamb. of Glasgow), by Caroline, dau. of the 
late Theophilus Campbell, of Lurgan, Irel., Dean 
of Dromore. B. at Birkenhead, 2.3 April, 1877 ; 
m. 24 Aug. 1905, Emily Mabel, dau. of the late 
Rev. Henry !Monsarrat, vie. of St. Thomas', 
Kendal ; ed. at Birkenhead School and Camb., 
M.A. ; hon. D.D. 1910; ord. 1902; Bursar 
and Lect. of Ridley Hall, Camb. 1902-3 ; Fell., 
Chap, and Theol. Lect. of Emmanuel Coll. 
1903-9, Dean 1907-9 ; Examg. Chap, to the 
Bishop of Carlisle since 1905 ; apptd. Bishop 
Suffragan of Barrow-in-Furness in the diocese of 
Carlisle, and Canon Resid. of Carlisle 1909 ; 
proctor in convocation for the chapter of Carlisle, 
1912. Residence — The Abbey, Carlisle. Issue — 
1. Keith Campbell West Watson, b. 16 Aug. 1914. 

1. Eleanor Florence. 

2. Caroline Mabel West. 

3. Alison Monsarrat West. 

BARRY, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 22 Feb. 
1899. — Sib Edward Abthue Babey, s. of 1st 
Bt., and Baron de Barry in Peerage of Portu- 
gal. B. 25 April. 1858 ;"m. 1st, 31 Jan. 1883, 
Kathleen Ellen (d. 4 Dec. 1886), dau. of Percy Bick- 
nell, of Buriiham, Bucks ; m. 2nd, 10 Feb. 1891, 
Eleanor Margaret, dau. of Col. Courtejiey Scott, 
of Pennant Hall, Montgomeryshire ; sue. his 
father 1907 : ed. at Harrow and Camb. ; It. -col. 
commdg. Berks Y. since 1910, and mil. memb. 
Berks Terr. Force Assocn. ; J. P. for Berks (High 
Sheriff 1907). Residences — Ockwells Manor, 
Berks ; Hill Head House, Hants. Club- 
Cavalry. Issue — 

1. Claude Francis Barry, Heir, b. 16 Dec. 1883 ; 
m. 16 Dec. 1908, Angela Doris Manners, dau. of Her- 
bert C. Hume-Spry ; ed. at Harrow ; is an artist. 
Residence — Atlantic House, St. Ives, Cornwall. Issue — 

Rupert Rodney Francis Tress Barry, b. 6 Dec. 1910. 
Kathleen Manners Tress. 

2. Edward Courtenay Tress Barrv, b. 23 Jan. 1895. 

1. Cicely Eleanor. 

2. Margaret Colquhoun. 
8. Rosanmnde. 

Six Francis Tress Barry, 1st Bt., b. 8 June, 1825, 
B. de Barry in Portugal; M.P. Windsor 1890-1906; 
D.L., J.P. for Caithness ; m. 4 June, 1851, Sarah 



Douglas (Residence — St. Leonard's Hill, Windsor), o, 
c. of Arthur Herron, of Beckley, Sussex, and d. 28 
Feb. 1907. Issue— 

1. Sir Edward Arthur B.^RRY, pres. Bt. 

2. Douglas Herron Barry, b. 5 Dec. 1861; m. 22 Jan. 
1884, Rose Grace, dau. of Peter GowUaud, of Glou- 
cester Ter., Hyde Park. Residence — 1, CoUingham 
Gardens, S.W. Issue — 

1. Ronald Tress Barry, b. 23 Jan. 1888. 

1. Dorothy Grace, m. 15 April, 1913, Kenneth 
Delmar Barrett. 

2. Audrey Rose. 

3. Wiliam James Barrv, 1). 18 March. 1864, J.P.Nor- 
folk. Slieritf 1912 ; m. 25 Jan. 1896, Lady Grace 
Murray, dau. of Charles, 7th Earl of Dunmore. Resi- 
dence — Witchingliam Hall, Norv-ich. Issue — 

1. Gerald Barry, b. 18 Dec. 1896. 

2. Hubert Wyndham Barry, b. 6 Oct. 1898. 

1. Esther Joyce. 

2. Nancy Elizabeth. 

4. Lt.-Col. Stanley Leonard Barry, D.S.O. (1900), late 
10th Hussars, b. 31 Dec. 1873 ; served in S.A. war 
1899-1902 ; commdg. 4th Batt. Northants Regt. ; 
served in France 1914 (despatches) ; m. 5 June, 1906, 
Hannah Mary (m. 1st, Col. W. MacGeorge, m. diss. 
1902), dau. of James Hainsworth, of 34, Phillimore 
Gardens, W. Residence — Pitstord Hall, Northampton. 
Clubs — Bachelors' ; Boodle's ; Naval and Militar>-. 

1. AHce Maria, m. 20 June, 1876, Henry Neve Good- 
hart, who d. 11 Oct. 1880, and has issue. Residence 

2. Grace Isabel, m. 5 June, 1889, Harry Holmes, and 
has issue. Residence — 

BARRYMORE, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 
IS July. 1902: P. C. (I.) 1896. — Abthub 
Hugh Smith Baeby. s. of James Hugh Smith 
Barry, of Marbury Hall, Cheshire. B. 17 
Jan. 1843 ; m. 1st, 1868, Lady Mary Frances 
(d. 21 Sept. 1884), dau. of 3rd Earl of Dunraven ; 
m. 2nd, 28 Feb. 1889, Elizabeth, dau. of Gen. 
Wadsvvorth. of Geneseo, U.S.A., and widow of 
Arthur Post ; ed. at Eton and Oxford : M.P. co. 
Cork(L.) 1867-7-4. and for S. Hunts (C.) 1886- 
1900 ; D.L., J.P. Huntingdon ; J.P. Cheshire, 
High Sheriff 1883 ; D.L., J.P. co. Cork, High 
Sheriff 1 886. Residences — 20, Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square, W. ; Marbury Hall, Northwich, Cheshire ; 
Fota Island, Queenstown. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Travellers' ; Tiirf : R.Y.S. Issue by 1st m. — 

Heir, none. 

1. Hon. Geraldine, m. 18 Julv, 1893, Henry Burleigh 
Tetham Overend, who d. 1904. 

Issue bv 2nd m. — 

2. Hon. Dorothv Elizabeth. 



BARTLETT, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 7 Feb. 
1913. — SiE Heebeet Heney Baetlett, s, of 
Robert Bartlett, of Hardington Mandeville, 
Somerset, and Aiuie Guppy. B. 30 April, 1842 ; 
m. 18 April, 1874, Ada Charlotte, dau. of Joseph 
Barr ; was for many years commodore of the 
Roy. London Yacht Club. Residences — 54, 
Cornwall Gardens, S.W. ; Hardington JNIande- 
ville, Somerset. Clubs — St. Stephen's; City 
Carlton : Constitutional ; London ; Roy. 
Thames ; Roy. Temple Yacht. Issue — 

1. Herbert Evelyn Bartlett, Heir, b. 27 Feb. 
1875. Residence — 54, Cornwall Gardens, S.W. Clubs 
—City Carlton ; British Empire ; Roy. L. Yacht. 

2. Hardington Arthur Bartlett, b. 21 Nov. 1878 ; m. 
2 July, 1902, Irene, dau. of Henry Robinson. Resi- 
dence — Lancaster House, Ormonde Terrace, N.W. 
Issue — 

1. Basil Hardington Bartlett, b. 15 Sept. 1905. 

2. Henry David Hardington Bartlett, b. 18 March, 
1912. 

1. Irene Theodora. 

3. Robert Dudley Bartlett, b. 8 Oct. 1880 ; m. 14 
Jan. 190C, Maud Violet, dau. of George Joseph Mar- 
tin, of Boston, Lincolnshire. Residence— Clock 
House, Bow, Middlesex. 

4. Eric Oscar Bartlett, b. 26 Aug. 1882 ; m. 16 Jan. 
1907, Irene, dau. of Laurence Alport, of Lenham 
Gardens, W. Issue — 

1. Betty Frances. 

2. Mars' Augusta. 

5. Rev. Philip Mandeville Bartlett. M.A. Oxford, b. 
19 Oct. 1884; curate of Ch. Ch. (Oxford Mission). 
Residence — Ch. Ch. House, Faraday Road, W. 

6. Norman Edwin, b. 20 Sept. 1888. 

I.Ada Nora. 2. Ruby Hilda. 3. Olive Florence Ivy. 



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BARTON, Privy Counsellor.— The Rt. Hon. 

Sib Edmund Barton, G.C.M.G. {see Knightage). 

BARTTELOT, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 14 
June. 1875. — Sir Walter Balfour Barttelot, 
s. of 2nd Bt. B. 22 March, 1880 ; m. 17 
Nov. 1903, Gladys St. Aubyn, dau. of William 
Collier Angove, of Onslow Gardens ; sue. 
his father 1900 ; ed. at Eton ; lieut. Colds. Gds. 
1903, capt. 1910, late Dorset Regt. ; mil. sec. to 
Gov. -Gen. of Australia (Baron Denman), since 
1913 ; served in S.A. war ; cont. Saffron Walden 
div. Essex 1906. Residence — Stopham House, 
Piilborough. Sussex. Clubs — Carlton ; Guards' ; 
Boodle's. Issue — 

1. Walter de Stopham Barttelot, Heir, b. 27 
Oct. 1901. 

2. William Frederick Geoffrey Nelson Barttelot, b. 
21 Oct. 1905. 

Capt. the Rt. Hon^. Sir Walter Barttelot-Barttelot, 
1ST Bt., Ist Rov. Draeoons, b. 10 Oct. 1820 ; M.P. for 
W. Sussex 1860-93 ; m. 1st, 28 April, 1852, Harriet (d. 

29 July, 1863), dau. and eo-heiress of Sir Christopher 
Musgrave, Bart., of Bdenhall, Cumberland ; m. 2iid, 

30 April, 1868, Margaret (d. 28 Jan. 18931, o. c. oi 
Henry Boldero, of South Lodge, St. Leonard's Forest, 
Sussex, and d. 2 Feb. 1893. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Capt. Sir Walter Georoe Barttelot, 2nd Bt., 
5th Dragoon Gds., b. 11 April, 1855 ; D.L. Susse.x ; 
J.P. Sussex and Devon ; niaj. 2nd V.B. Roy. Sussex 
Regt., and 1st Devon Yeo. ; m. 3 June, 1879, Geor- 
giaiia Mary (m. 2nd, 22 Oct. 1902, Beville Molesworth 
St. Aubyn (Residence — Halwell House, Kingsbridge, 
S. Devoii), dau. of George Edmond Balfour, of The 
Manor, Sidmouth, and was killed in South Africa, 23 
July, 1900. Issue— 

1. Sir Walter Balfour Barttelot. pres. Bt. 

2. The late Jjieut. Nigel Kenneth Walter Barttelot, 
R.N., b.9 April, 1883; m. 10 Jan 1906, Dorothy 
Maud, dau. of the late Frederick Aldcroft Kay, and 
was kUled in naval action off Heligoland, commdg. 
H.M.S. " Liberty," 28 Aug. 1914. Issue- 
James Nigel Walter Barttelot, b. 27 June, 1911. 

1. Irene Margaret Mary, m. 5 Jan. 1910, Francis 
Alexander Aitcliison, Hampshire Regt. 

1. Edith Harriet, m. 12 June, 1884, Lt.-Gen. Sir 
Henry Cricliton Sclater, K.C.B. (see Knightage). 

2. Evelyn Fanny m. 29 March, 1883, Charles Munro 
Sandham, of Rowdell, Sussex, who d. 1892, and has 
Issue. Residence — 13, Egerton Place, S.W. | 

3. Ada Mary, m. 17 Oct. 1882, Col. William Frederick 
Cavaye, late Roy. Sussex Regt. Residences — 6, 
NeviUe Terrace, S.W. ; Birchenbridge. Horsham. 

BARWICK, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 1 Feb. 
1912. — Sir John Storey Barwiok, s. of late 
William Barwiek, of Sunderland, and Mary, dau. of 
late Robert Storey. B. 23 Feb. 1840 ; m. 17 
Sept. 1872, Margaret (d. 17 Oct. 1908). dau. of 
George Short, of Sunderland ; J.P. Durham, N.R. 
of Yorkshire, and for borough of Sunderland. 
Residences — Ashbrooke Grange, Sunderland ; 
Thimbleby Hall, Osmotherley, Yorks. Clubs — 
Reform ; National Liberal. Issue — 

1. John Storey Barwick, Heir, b. 4 Aug. 1876 ; m. 
12 Aug. 1907, Gwladys Jessie, dau. of George William 
Griffith Thomas, of Ystrad Mynach, Glamorganshire. 
Residence — Crathorne, Yarm-on-Tees, Yorkshire. 

John Morgan Barwick, b. 24 Nov. 1908. 
Rosamond Gwladys. 

2. George Short Barwick, b. 7 July, 1879 ; m. 31 July, 
1913, Marianne, dau. of the late William Marshall, of 
Weavenham, Clieshire. 

1. Margaret Ethel, m. 19 Dec. 1895, Maj. Reginald 
Edward Treheme Bray, late Roy. Berks Regt., and has 
issue. 

2. Edith Mary, m. 24 April, 1901, Gilbert Gilbey, and 
has issue. Residence — Chalklands, Bourne End, 
Bucks. 

3. Kathleen Maud. 

4. Ella Martha, m. 29 April, 1914, George Hugo Croft. 

BASING, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Great. 7 July, 
1887 ; C.B. (mil.) 1902. — George Limbrey 
Sclateb-Booth, s. of 1st Baron. B. 1 Jan. 
1860; m. 12 Dec. 1889, Mary (d. 1 June, 1904), 
dau. of John Hargreaves, of Maiden Erlegli, 
Berks, and Whalley, Lanes. ; sue. his father 
1894 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford, B.A. 1882 ; It.-col. 
Res. of Officers, late 1st Royal Dragoons ; served 
in the S.A. war (mention in despatches) ; rep. 



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memb. Southampton Terr. Force Assocn. ; D. L. 
Hants ; has 2nd class Red Eagle of Germany. 
Residence — Hoddington House, Winchfield, 
Hants. Clubs — Naval and Military ; Arthur's. 
Issue — 

1. Hon. John Limbrey Robert Sclater-Booth, 
Heir, b. 3 Dec. 1890 ; lieut. 1st (Royal) Dragoons 
since 1910. 

1. Hon. Joan Penelope. 

2. Hon. Lydia Joyce. 
The Rt. Hon. George Scl.vter- Booth, 1st Baron 

! B.A.SINO, b. 19 May, 1826; F.R.S., D.L. Hants, M.A., 
1 Oxford ; M.P. Hants 1857-87; Pari. Sec. Poor Law 
Brd. 1867-68 ; Fin. Sec. to Treas. 1868 ; Pres. Loc. 
Gov. Brd. 1874-80 ; meinb. of Gov. Body of Winchester 
Coll., Pub. Works Loan Commn. ; m. 8 Dec. 1857, 
Lydia Caroline (d. 5 July, 1881), dau. of Col. George 
Birch, of Clare Park, Hants, and d. 22 Oct. 1894. 
Issue — 

1. George Limbrey Sclater-Booth, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Charles Lutley Sclater-Booth, barr.-at-Iaw, 
b. 6 May, 1862 ; m. 18 April, 1900, Ellen Geraldine, 
dau. of George Jones, of Mitton Manor, Staffordshire, 
and widow of late W. Tudor Frere. Issue — 

George Lutley Sclater-Booth, b. 7 Dec. 1903. 

3. Lt.-Col. the Hon. Walter Dashwood Sclater-Booth. 
R.H.A., b. 15 Feb. 1869 ; m. 24 June, 1913, Frances 
Mary, dau. of Rowland Burdon, of Castle Eden, Dur- 
ham. Club — Army and Navy. Issue — 

Eleanor Mary. 

1. Hon. Theodora Mary, m. 11 April, 1889, Remington 
Walter White Thomson, M.A., inspr. of secondary 
schools. Residence — 39. Hans Place, S.W. 

2. Hon. Penelope Magdalen, m. 3 Aug. 1886, Charles A. 
Bovill (Club — Boodle's) , and has issue. Residence 
— Smeeth Paddocks, Ashford, Kent. 

3. Hon. Lydia Katharine, m. 30 Dec. 1893, Frank 
Walkinshaw (Club — Jun. Carlton), and has issue. 
Residence — Hartley Grange, Winchfield, Hants. 

4. Hon. Eleanor Birch, m."l9 July, 1898, Henry Wil- 
son Fox, barr.-at-law, and has issue. Residence — 

4, Halkin Street. W. 

5. Hon. Amy Cicely, m. 6 April, 1893, Francis Mar- 
shall. Residence — Crancsden. Mayfield, Sussex. 



BASS, 3nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 17 May, 
1882. — Sib William Arthur Hamab Bass, s. of 
lato Hamar Alfred Bass, of Byrkley Lodge, and 
neph. of 1st Bt. (cr. B. Burton), whom 'he sue. 
in tire baronetcy under spec, limitation. B. 
24 Dec. 1879 ; rn. 9 June 1903, Lady (Wilmot 
Ida) Noreen, dau. of 13th Earl of Huntingdon ; 
lieut. Reserve of Officers since 1900 ; late lieut. 
10th Hussars ; served in S. A. 1900-2 ; J.P. 
Staffs ; sue. 1 Feb. 1909. Residences — Byrkley 
Lodge, Burton-on-Trent, Staffoi-dshire ; 145, 
Piccadilly, W. Clubs— Bachelors' : Turf ; Jockey : 
White's. 

Heir, none. 

BATEMAN, 3rd Baron. Great. 30 Jan. H37. 

— William Spencer Bateman-Hanbuby, s. of 

I 2nd Baron. B. 30 Sept. 1856 ; m. 23 July, 1904, 

Mrs. Henry C. Knapp, of U.S.A. ; sue. his father 

' 1901 ; late capt. 2nd Life Gds. ; served in Egypt 

1882. This family is desc. paternally from the 

Hanburys of Kelmarsh, a younger branch of the 

' Hanburys of Hanbury, Worcestershire. The 

great-great-grandfather of the present peer m. 

Miss Western, whose uncle, William Bateman, 

was creat. an Irish Vise, in 1725 ; the title 

became extinct on the death of that peer's s. in 

1802, and the estates passed to W^illiam Hanbury. 

the descendant of Miss Western, who assumed 

J the name of Batemaji, obtained a new barony 

' by the same title, and was grandfather of the 

pres. peer. Residence — Shobdon Court, Shob- 

[ don, Herefordshire. Clubs — Carlton ; Marl- 

j borough ; Turf. 

I William HANBtrRV, Lst Baron Bateman, b. 24 June, 
1780 ; m. 16 Aug. 1822, Elizabeth (d. 19 Sept. 1882), 
dau. of Lord Spencer Stanley Cliichester, and d. 22 July, 
1845. Issue — 

1. WiLLi.vM Bateman, 2nd Baron Bateman, b. 28 
1 .July, 1826; Lord-Lieut. Herefordshire 1852-1901; 
M.A. Camb. : hon. col. 4th Batt. King's Shropshire 
L.I.; m. 13 May, 1854, Agnes Burrell ^Residences 
—Oakley Park and Brome Hall, Eye, Suffolk: Kel- 
marsh, Northamntonshire), dau. of Gen. Sir Edward 



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Kerrison, Bt., K.C.B., K.C.H., and d. ;>0 Xov. 1901. 
Issue — 

1. William Spencer Bateman'-Hanbcry, pros. 
Baron. 

2. Hon. Chahles Stanhope Melville B.atemax- 
Hanbury, Heir Pees., b. 13 Sept. 1877 : capt. unatM 
list «iueel910, late Nortolk Y. ; D.L., J. P. ^'^orfolk. 
Residence— 2. Deanery Street, W. Clubs— Bache- 
lors' : New (Edin.). 

1. Hon. Maud Frances, m. S Jan. 1S90, Rev. the 
Hon. Archibald Park.r (see Macclesfield, E.). 

2. Hon. Gertrude Emily, m. 11 Feb. 1892. John 
Wood, M.A., M.P., D.L., J.P. (Clubs— Bachelors' ; 
Carlton ; Jnu. Carlton : New Univ.). and has issue. 
Residences — Hengrave Hall, Bury St. Edmunds ; 
AVhiteflcld House, Glossop. 

3 Hon. Agnes Rosamund. 

4. Hon. Maraaret Cecilia, m. 17 Jan. 1905, Tliomas 
Mark Hovelj, F.R.C.S., and has issue. Residence 
—105, Harlcy Street, W. 

5. Hon. Rachel Anne Selina Decima. m. 12 April, 
1899, Samuel Hill-Wood, D.L., M.P. (Clubs- 
Bachelors' ; Carlton : Jun. Carlton), and has issue. 
Residences — Moorfleld, Glossop ; 11, Great Stanhope 
Street, W. 

2. The late Hon. Cliarles Spencer Batemau Hanbury 
Kincaid Lenno.x, b. 8 Oct. 1827 ; m. 1st, 17 Oct. 1861, 
Margaret (d. 28 June, 1892), dau. of John Lenno.x 
Kincaid Lennox, of Castle Lennox, N.B., and widow 
of 7th Vise. Strangford ; m. 2nd, 19 Aug. 1893, Rosa 
(Residences — 63, Montague Square, W. ; Kelmarsh, 
Nova Scotia), dau. of the late Boyd Alexander 
Cuninghame, of Craigends, ReiifrewsMre, and d. 22 
March, 1912. 

3. Rev. Preb. the Hon. Artliur Allen Bateman-Han- 
burv, M.A. Oxford, b. 13 March, 1829 ; Preb. of Here- 
ford Cath. : m. 2 Feb. 1858, Mary Ward (d. 31 Dec. 
1895), dau. of John Davenport, of Foxley, Hereford- 
shire. Residence — Shobdon Rectory, Herefordshire. 
Club — Jun. Conservative. Issue — 

1. Arthur Davenport Bateman-Hanbury, b. 7 Oct. 
1867 : m. 25 April. 1893, Nina Louisa Mary, dau. 
of the late. Gen. Sir Charles Henrv Ellice, G.C.B, 

1. Edith. 

2. Constance Marv, m. 15 Oct. 1896, R«v. Frank 
Sheffield, who d. 22 Dec. 1903 (see Sheffield, Bt.). 

3. Mary Beatrice, in. 11 Feb. 1914, WilUam Gordon 
Grosvenor-Launder. 

4. Winifred Kathleen, m. 7 July, 1914, Rev. Francis 
El ward Tuke. 

1 Hon. Louisa Katheriue, m.lst, 6 Aug. 1860, Lt.-Col. 
Henry Green Wilkinson, late Scots Fus. Gds. (d. 
1894), and has issue : she m. 2nd, 26 Nov. 1902. as his 
2nd wife, William Francis de Vismes Kane, D.L., J.P. 
Residence — Drumreaske House, co. Monaghan. 

BATES, 4th Bt. (U.K.), Croat. 13 May, 1880. 
— Sib Pebcy Elly Bates, s. of 2nd Bt. B. 
12 May, 1879 : m. 20 June, 1907, :Mary Ami,dau. 
of the 'late Very Rev. W. Lefroy, D.D., Dean of 
Norwich : suc.'his bro. 1903 ; patron of 1 living. 
The 1st Bt.was senior partner in the well-knov^-n 
firm of shipowners and merchants, Edward Bates 
& Sons, Liverpool. London, and Bombay, and 
for many years M.P. for Plymouth. Residences 
— ^Hinderton Hall, Neston, Cheshire ; Gyrn 
Castle, Holywell, Flintshire. Club — Oriental. 
Issue — 

Edward Percy Bates, Heir, b. 15 Oct. 1913. 
Sni Edwabd Bates, 1st Bt., b. 17 March, 1S16 ; D.L., 
J.P. Lanes, and Hants. ; MP. Plymouth 1871-80 and 
1885-92 ; m. 1st, 1837, Charlotte Elizabeth (d. Feb. ' 
18431, dau. of Cornelius Lmfreville-Smith, H.E.I.CS. ; 
in. 2nd, 25 June, 1844, Ellen (d. 20 April, 1905), dau. of 
Thomas Tliompson, of Hessle, Yorks, and d. 17 Oct. 
1896. Issue bv 1st m.— 

1. Gertrude ' Elizabeth, m. 18 May, 1860, Thomas 
Priestley Bilbrough, and has issue. Residence — 
Chosen Holme, Woasen, Korea, 
Issue by 2nd m.— 

1. Sm Edward Percy Bates, 2xd Bt.. b. 17 Aug. 
1845 ; D L.. J.P., Hiah Sheriff Flints. 1899 ; m. 20 
April, 1876, Constance Elizabeth (Residence — 
— Gyrn Castle, Flintshire), dau. of Samuel Robert 
Graves, M.P., and d. 31 Dec. 1899. Issue— 

1. Sir Edward Bertram Bates, 3rd Bt., b. 7, 
March, 1877, and d. unm. 6 March, 1903. 

2. Sir Percy Elly Bates, pros. Bart. 

3. Capt. Cecil Robert Bates. R.H.A., b. 3 Feb. 1882. 

4. Frederic Alan Bates, b. 1884. 

5. Denis Haughton Bates, b, 1886 ; lieut. Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Y'^eo. 

6. Austin Graves Bates, b. 19 Aug. 1891 : lieut. 
R.F.A. 

7. Maurice Halifax Bates b. 9 Aug. 1898. 



2. Gilbert Thompson Bates, b. 22 April, 1847 ; J.P. 
Renfrewshire ; m. 13 July, 1876, Charlotte Thaxter, 
dau. of the late George Warren, of Woolton. Resi- 
dence — Mells Park, Frome, Somerset. Club — Orien- 
tal. Issue — 

1. Capt. Staues Geoffrey Bates, 7th Hussars, b. 2 
June. 1884. 

1. Mary, m. 21 Feb. 1903, Edward Lionel Fletcher, 
and has issue. 

3. Sydney Eggers Bates, b. 28 April, 1851 ; m. 9 ,Tuly, 
1878, Elizabeth Jessie, dau. of the late Col. George 
Greuville Malet, Bombay L. Cav. (see Malet, Bt.). 
Residences — 29, Hyde Park Square, W, : Blarrydown 
Park, Basingstoke. Clubs — Oriental ; Oxford and 
Camb. Issue — 

1. Arthur Sydney Bates, b.^lS June, 1879: m. 26 
April, 1905, Mary da Costa, dau. of Lt.-Col. Charles 
Robert Crosse, M.V.O, 

1 . Norah Ellen. 

2. Edith Mary. 

3. Dorothy Eileen. 

2. Anne Miflicent, m. 26 Nov. 1874, Donald Ninian 
Nicol, of Ardmarnoch, Argyllshire, D.L., who d. 27 
July, 1903, and has issue. Residence— 14, Cayen- 
dish Square, W. 

3. Mabel Stenhouse, ra, 20 Feb. 1873, Frederick Bel- 
lairs Thompson, of BelJefield, West Derby, who d. 
1882, and has issue. Resdence — Turvey House, 
Bedford. 

4. Norah Greame, m. 9 Dec. 1880, Stanes Brocket 
Henry Chamberlayne, J.P. (Club — Brooks's), and has 
issue. Residences — Witherley Hall, Atherstonc ; 1 , 
Chesham Place, S.W. 

BATH, 5th Mara, of (G.B.). Croat. 18 Aug. 
1789 ; Vise. Weymouth and Baron Thyime, 11 
Dec. 1682 ; Bt. 15 June, 1G41 (G.B.).— 
Thomas Heney' Thynne, s. of 4th Marq. B. 
15 July, 1802 ; m. 19 April, 1890, Violet Caro- 
line, dau. of Sir Charles jMordaunt, 10th Bart. ; 
sue. his father 189G ; ed. at Oxford, M.A, 
1888 : under sec. of state for India 1905 ; late 
It, -col. commdg, and hon. col. Wiltshire Yeo. ; 
pres. Somerset Terr. Force Assocn. ; M.P. for 
Somerset (Frome) 188G-92, and from 1895 imtil 
he sue. to the peerage ; lord-lieut. Somerset ; 
chrmn. Wilts Qt. Sess, ; and C. Counc. : formerly 
chrmn, Roy, Commn, on Idiots and Imbeciles ; 
patron of 10 livings. This family dates its an- 
cestry from the time of King John, at which 
period it is said the family name was Botevile ; 
John Botevile being called from the place of his 
residence John o' th' Inne, and thence Thynne. 
The younger bro, of 1st Marq. was creat. Baron 
Carteret, with remainder to the younger sons 
of the IMarq. : this title became extinct in 1849. 
Residences — Longleat, Warminster, Wilts. ; 29, 
Grosvenor Sciuare, W. Club — Carlton, Issue — 

1. John Alexander, Vise, Weymouth, Heir, b, 29 
Nov. 1895. 

2. Lord Henry Frederick Thynne, b, 26 Jan, 1905. 

1. Lady Alice Kathleen Violet, 

2. Lady Emma Margery. 

3. Lady Mary Beatrice. 

John Alexander Thynne, 4th Maeq. of Bath, b, 
1 March 1831 ; lord Ueut, Wilts. : hon. col. Wilts Yeo. 
Cav. ; chrmn. Wilts C.C. ; m. 20 Aug. 1861, Frances 
Isabella Catherine (Residence — 15, Manchester 
Square. W.), dau. of 3rd Vise, de Vesci, and d. 20 April, 
1896. Issue— 

1, Thomas Henry Thynne, pres, Marq, 

2, Lord Alexander George Botevile Thynne, b. 17 
Feb. 1873 : M.P. Bath from Jan. 1910 ; maj. Roy. 
"Wilts Yeo. ; served in S.A. war 1900-2, and Somah- 
land 1903-4. Residences — Norton Hall, Daventry ; 
15, Manchester Square, W. Clubs — White's ; Carl- 
ton : Turf. 

1, Lady Ahce Emma, m. 14 Nov, 1883, Sir Michael 
Hugli Shaw-Stewart, 8th Bt, 

2, Lady Katheriue Georgina Louisa, m. 22 Oct, 1901, 
Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer. 

3, Lady Beatrice. 
Sister living of 4th Marq, — 

Lady Louisa Isabella Harriet, m. 29 April, 1862, 
Gen. the Hon. Sir Percy R, B, Feilding, K.C.B. {see 
Denbigh, E. of). 

BATH and WELLS, 70th Bishop lof. Found. 
905. — Rt. Rev. Geobge Wy'ndham Kennion, 
D.D., s. of George Kennion, M.D., by Catherine 
Elfrida, dau. of John Fordyce, of Ay ton Castle, 
Berwick. B. 5 Sept. 1845 ; m. 5 Dec. 1882, Hen- 



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[BATNES 



rietta Duncan, dau. of Sir Charles Dalrymple 
Fergusson, 5th Bart. ; ed. at Eton, and Oxford ; 
formerly chap, to Bishop of Tiiam, and dioc. 
insp. of schools for the dioc. of York ; vie. of St. 
Paul's, Hull, 1873, of All Saints, Bradford, 1876 ; 
Bishop of Adelaide 1882-94, when he was trans- 
lated to this see ; lect. on Pastoral Theology, 
Camb. Univ., 1900 ; ex-officio a supporter of the 
Sovereign at the Coronation ; hon. chap. N. 
Somerset Yeo. ; is patron of 42 livings. The 
diocese includes the whole of the county of Somer- 
set with the exception of the parish of Bedmin- 
ster ; annual value £5,000. Residence— The 
Palace, Wells, Somerset. Club — Athenteum. 

BATHURST, 7th Earl. Croat. 27 Aug. 
1772 ; Baron Bathurst, 1 Jan. 1712 ; Baron 
Apsley, 24 Jan. 1771 (G.B.) ; C.M.G. 1902.— 
Seymour Henry Bathurst. s. of 6th Earl. B. 
21 July, 1864: ai. 15 Nov. 1893, Hon. Lilias 
Margaret Frances, dau. of 1st Baron Glenesk 
(ext.) ; sue. his father 1892 : ed. at Eton ; D.L, 
C.C. Gloucester ; late col. comdg. and hon. col. 
4th Gloucester Reft. (M.) ; hon. It. -col. in the 
Army ; late pres. Gloucester Terr Force Assocn. ; 
hon. col. 5th Batt. Gloucester Regt. since 
1908 ; served at St. Helena during S. African 
war ; Grand warden of English freemasons. 
The 2nd Earl was Lord Chancellor from 
1771 to 1778. Residences — Cirencester House, 
Cirencester, Gloucestershire ; Franks Hall, Dart- 
ford, Kent ; 12, Belgrave Square, S.W. Clubs — 
Bachelors' ; Carlton. Issue — 

1. Allen Algeknon Bathurst, Lord Apsley, Heir, 
b. 3 Aug. 1895 ; lieut. Roy. Glos. Hussars Yeo. 

2. Hon. William Kalph Seymour Bathurst, b. 21 Sept. 
1903. 

3. Hon. Ralph Henry Bathurst, b. 26 Sept. 1904. 
1. Lady Meriol Olivia. 

Allex Alexander Bathurst, 6th Earl Bathurst, 
b. 19 Oct. 1832: M.P. for Cirencester 1857-78 ; m. 1st. 
31 Jan. 1862 Hon. Meriel Leicester (d. 6 July, 1872), dau. 
of George, 2nd Baron de Tabley ; m. 2nd, 6 June, 1874, 
Evelyn Elizabeth (Residence — 41 Lowndes Square, 
S.W.), dau. of George James Barnard Hankey, of Fetcliam 
Park, Surrey, and d. 2 Aug. 1892. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Seymour Henry Bathurst, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Lancelot Julian Bathurst, b. 24 Jan. 1868. 
Residence — 41, Lowndes Square, S.W. Club — Bache- 
lors'. 

3. "Col. the Hon. Allen Benjamin Bathurst, b. 25 June, 
1872, commanding 5th Batt. Gloucester Regt. ; 
M.P.' for E, Gloues. 1895-1906 and from 1910 ; 
m. 22 April, 1902, Augusta Ruby, dau. of the late 
Lord Edward Spencer ChurchiU! Residences — 29, 
Chesham Street, S.W. ; Polebrook, Hevcr, Kent. 
Club — Carlton. Issue — 

Peter Bathurst, b. 1 March, 1903. 

1. Lady Georgina Meriel, m. 25 Feb. 1885, Rt. Hon. 
Sir George William Buchanan, P.C, G.C.M.G., 
O.C.V.O. (see Knightage). 

Issue by 2nd m — 

2. Lady Evi-lyn Selina, m. 18 June, 1898, Maj. George 
Coryton Lister, who d. 30 May, 1903, and has issue. 
Residences — 4e, Portman Mansions, W. ; Armitage 
Hill, Ascot. 

BATHURST (New South Wales), 3rd Bishop 
of. — The Rt. Rev. George Merrick Long, s. 
of William Long, of Maryborough, and Eliza, dau. 
of James Merrick, of Worcester. B. at Caris- 
brook, 6 Nov. 1874 ; m. 1900., Felecie Alexandra, 
dau. of Alfred Joyce, of Maryborough ; ed. at 
Maryborough Gram. sch. and Melbourne Univ. 
(M.A., 1st cl. in Philosophy and Logic), D.D., 
1912; ord. 1899 ; headmaster of Trin. gram. sch. 
Kew, Victoi-ia, 1903 ; can. of Melbourne Cath. 
1910—11 ; dioc. chap. 1907 ; consec. to this see 
1911. Dioc. covers 83,000 square miles. Resi- 
dence ■ — Bishop's Court, Bathurst, N.S.W. 
Issue — 

1. Gairn Merrick Long, b. 31 May, 1901. 

2. Lindsay Merrick Long, b. 14 Dec. 1909. 

1. Joyce Marjorie. 

2. Mary Alexandra. 

3. Isobel Hilary Merrick. 

HERVEY - BATHURST, 5th Bt. (U.K.). 
Croat. 7 Dec. 1818. — Sir Frederick Edward 



William Hervey-Bathurst. s. of 4th Bt 
B. 11 Feb. 1870; m. 24 July, 1901. Hon. Moira 
(mar. di.ss. 1912). dau. of Mtii Baron Inchi- 
quin ; sue. his father 1900 ; late capt. Gren. 
Gds. ; formerly lieut. 3rd Hants Regt. (M.). Ig 
desc. from the 8th s. of 1st Earl of BrLstol. The 
1st Bt., an aide-de-camp to the Duke of Welling 
ton at Waterloo, took the surname and arms of 
Bathurst, in addition to his own, by roy. licence, 
1801. Residence — Somborne Park^ Stockbridge, 
Hants. Club — Naval and Military. Issue — 

Frederick Peter Methuen- Hervey-Bathurst, 
Heir, b. 26 Jan. 1903. 
Sm Frederick Hutchin.son Hervey-Bathurst, 3rd 
Bt., b. 6 June, 1807 ; in. 1st, 14 May, 1832, Louis* 
Mary (d. 30 Dec. 1840), dau of Walter Sniytlie, of Bam- 
bridge House, Hants ; m. 2nd, 23 Sept. 1845, Clare Emily, 
dau. of Sir Richard Brooke, 6th. Bf.. of Norton, and 
d. 29 Oct. 1881. Issue by 1st m.— 
1. CoL. Sir Frederick Thomas Arthur Hervey- 
Bathurst, 4th Bt., Gren. Gds. : b. 13 March, 1833, 
M.P. for S. Wilts 1861-65 ; m. 24 April, 1869, Ada 
(d. 27 Feb. 1914), dau. of Sir John Sheppv Ribton, 3rd 
Bt., and d. 20 May, 1900. Issue— 

1. Sir Frederick Edward William Hervey- 
Bathurst, pres. Bt. 

2. Felton Reginald George Hervev-Bathurst, b. 
19 March, 1871 ; late capt. Bucks. Yeo. 

3. Algernon Richard Hervey-Bathurst, b. 10 Aug. 
1872 ; m. 27 April, 1901." Elfrida Mary, o. e. of 
Howard Miall Cockerel!, of 1, Cromwell Gardens. 
Residence — 1, South Eaton Plac", S.W. Issue- 
Iris Elfrida. 

4. Bertrand Elwell Hervey-Bathurst, b. 5 Oct. 1882 ; 
lieut. Northumberland Fus. Special Res. ; late 
Border Regt. 

1. Cecilia Ada, m. 21 Aug. 1906, Henry Brooke 
Macartney Crewe Grevillc, and has issue. 

2. AUno Beatrix, m. 13 Oct. 1903, Hon. Charles 
C. J. Littleton {see H.\therton, B.). 

3. Violet Maude, m. 22 July, 1905, Robert Francis 
Stapleton-Cotton (see Combermere, Vise). 

1. Augusta Fredeiioa, m. 30 Jan. 1872, Rev. Felix 
.John Buckley, hon. canon of Bristol, late rector of 
Stanton St. Quinton, who d. 20 Mar. 1911. 

2. The late Lt.-Col. Lionel Paston-Cooper (assumed 
by Roy. licence 7 Oct. 1905, the name of Paston- 
Cooper in lieu of Hervev-Bathurst), b. 7 July, 1849 ; 
m. 29 Jan. 1885, Mary Etliel, dau. of the late Sir Astley 
Paston-Cooper, 3rd Bt. of Gadebridgo, and d. 4 
May, 1908. Issue— 

1. Sidney Lionel Hervey-Bathurst, b. 15 Dec. 18S7. 

2. Arthur Reginald Hervey-Bathurst, b. 19 Nov. 
1889, late heut. R.F.A. Special Res. 

3. Capt. Arthur Cecil Hervcy-Batlmrst, b. 2 July, 
1851, late Roy. Sussex Regt. Residence — 38, Bury 
Street, St. James's, S.W. Club— Naval and MiUtary. 

4. Capt. Claud Hervev-Bathurst, late Essex Regt., b. 
23 Nov. 1855. 

1. Clare Emily, m. 13 Oct. 1874, Charles Nicholas 
Paul Phipps, D.L., late M.P. for Westbury (d. 9 Dec. 
1913), and has issue. Residence — Chalcot, Westbury, 
Wilts. 

2. Alice Constance, m. 15 Jan. 1884, Charles Clement 
Tudway, D.L. (Clubs — Artliur's ; Carlton), and has 
issue. Residences — Milton Lodge : The Cedars and 
Sloberry Park, Wells ; 15, Savile Row, W. 



BATTERSEA, Barony, (ext. 27 Nov. 1907). 
Creat. 5 Sept. 1892. — The late Cyril Flower, 
Baron Battersea, b. 30 Aug. 1843 ; Bar.-at-law; 
M.A. Camb. ; lieut. for City of Lond. ; M.P. for 
Brecknock 1880-5, and Luton, Bedfordshire. 
1885-92 ; a jun. Lord of the Treas. Feb. to July, 
1886 ; m. 22 Nov. 1877, Constance (President 
of the Order of Mercy ; Residences — Aston 
Clinton, Tring, Bucks. ; The Pleasaunce, Over- 
strand, Norfolk ; 10, Connaught Place, W.), dau. 
of Sir Anthony de Rothschild, 1st Bt. (see Roths- 
child, B.), and d. 27 Nov. 1907. 

BAYHAM, Vise. See Camden, Marquess. 

BAYNES, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 29 June, 
1801. — Sib Christopher William Baynes, s. of 
3rd Bt. B. 14 Sept. 1847 ; m. 20 June, 1872, 
Amy Ruperta, dau. of Edward Colston, of Round- 
way Park, Wilts ; sue. his father 1897 ; ed. at 
Harrow. The 1st Bt. was an officer in the Roy. 
Horse Gds., and helped to raise and commanded 
the Uxbridge Yeo. 1797. He was des. from an 



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ancient family seated at Middlesmoor, Yorkshire. 
Residence — 27, Lowndes Square, S.W. Club — 
Arthur's. Issue — 

1. William Edward Colston Baynes, Heir, b. 23 
Feb. 1876 ; ed. at Harrow and Camb., B.A., LL.B. 
1897 ; M.A., LL.M. 1903 ; caUed to the Bar (Inner 
Temple) 1900 ; Judge, Native Tribunals, Egypt. 
Club— Arthur's. 

2. Ronald Christopher Baynes, b. 12 Nov. 18(8. 
Club — Wellington. 

1. Christobfl Ruperta. 

2. Dorothv Julia. 

Sir William Baynes, 2nd Bt., b. 28 Nov. 1789 ; 
ni. 14 Dec. 1815, Julia (d. 21 Jan. 1881), dau. of General 
Sir John Smith, R.A., and d. 1 Jan. 1866. Issue— 
1 Sir William John Walter Baynes, 3rd Bt., 
1) 5 June, 1820 : ni. 17 June. 1845, Margaret (d. 17 
July, 1911), dau. of Daniel Stuart, of Wykham Park, 
Oxfordsliire, and d. 26 Oct. 1897. Issue — 

1. Sir Christopher William Baynes, pres. Bt. 

2. Donald Stuart Baynes, C.E.. b. 17 Sept. 1848; 
ni. 8 June, 1881, Annie, dau. of late Rev. Edward 
Ravenshaw, rector of West Kington, Wilts. Resi- 
dence — Latimers, Christehurch. Hants. 

3. Roderick Walter Bavnes, C.E., b. 8 May, 1852. 
Residence— 3, Saltram Place, The Hoe, Plymouth. 

• Club — Rov. Western Yacht. 

4. Rev. Malcolm Charles Baynes, M.A. Camb., b. 
15 Aug. 1853 : rector of Ringwould, Kent ; m. 14 
April, 1885, Margaretha, dau. of Rev. Arthur Caze- 
nove, hon. Canon of Rochester. Issue — 

1. Rory Malcolm Stuart Baynes, b. 16 May, 1886, 
lieut. commdg. 9tli Batt. Scottish Rifles. 
i 2. Keith Stuart Baynes, b. 11 Nov. 1887. 

1. Isla Margaretha Stuart. 1 

2. Morah Susan Stuart. 

5. Maj. Gilbert Samuel Baynes, late 60th Rifles, 
b. 10 April, 1855 ; served in Afghan war 1878-91 : 
S.A. war 1881, and Eastern Soudan 1884. Club — 
Wellington. 

6. Lt.-Col. Kenneth Schaleh Baynes, late Cameron 
HigWanders, b. 20 Feb. 1857, J.P. : served in Egypt 
(twice mentioned in despatches, brevet maj., medal, 
five clasps and Khedive's star) : commd. Imp. Yco. 
Aldershot 1902; m. 6 Feb. 1893, Florence Stewart 
Mectkerke.'dau. of the Rev. Alexander Ewing, vie. 
of Walmer, Kent. Club — Naval and Military. 

7. Edward Neil Baynes, F.S.A., b. 1 April, 1861 : 
ni. 31 July, 1888, Charlotte .\ugusta, dau. of Hon. 
Augustus Anthony Frederick Irby. Issue — 

1. Edward Stuart Augustus Baynes, b. 25 June, 
1889. 

2. George Kenneth Baynes, b. 1 Feb. 1891. 

1. Margaret Agnes, m. 28 Jan. 1908, Jere Osborne. 

Residence — Hawthorndcn, Clifton, Bristol. 
2. The late Walter Francis Baynes, b. 16 Dec. 1823 ; 
m. 22 Sept, 1853, Amelia Sarah (d. 7 Aug. 1910), dau. 
of Wilham Malton, and d. 10 Sept. 1914. Issue— 

1. Walter Malton Bavnes, b. 31 Aug. 1854. 

2. Capt. Nigel William Francis Baynes, b. 21 March, 
1878 : Res. of Officers, late 2nd Batt. Gloucester- 
shire Regt. ; m. 1st 1 Oct. 1904 Phoebe (d. 22 March, 
1906), dau. of John Grant Morris, of Kidcora, Tor- 
quav : m. 2nd. 25 Jau. 1912, Gladys Marie, dau. of 
T. W. Shortridge, and widow of Maj. Edward 
Reginald Talbot. Issue — 

1. Amy Helen. 

2. Ethel Frances. 

! 

BAZLEY, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Croat. 30 Nov. 
1869. — Sib Thom-\s Sebastian Bazley', s. of 
1st Bt.. and Mary Maria Sarah, 2nd dau. of the '• 
late Sebastian Nash, of Clayton, near Manchester. ; 
B. at Manchester. 30 April, 1829 ; m. 1 Nov. \ 
1865. Elizabeth (d. 1 May, 1890) dau. of Robert ! 
Gardner. of Chaseley, Manchester ; sue. I 
his father 1885 : ed. at Camb., B.A. (math, i 
honours) 1852 : D.L., J.P. Gloucestershire ; High 
Sheriff 1874; J.P. Clieshire. The 1st Bt. was { 
M.P. for Manchester 1858-80. Residence — 
Kilmorie, Ilsham Drive. Torcjuay. Issue — 

1. The late Capt. Gardner Sebastian Bazley, 3rd Batt. 

Yorks Regt. and 4th Batt. Gloucester Regt., b. 14 Oct. 

1863; M.A.Oxford; barr.-at-law of the Inner Temple ; 

D.L., J.P., C.C. Glos. : High Sheriff 1901 : m. 5 Feb. 

1903, Ruth Evelyn (m. 2nd, 2 Sept. 1913, Lieut. 

Francis Charles Cadogan, R.N. (see Cadogan, E.), 

dau. of Sir Edward Stafford Howard. K.C.B., of 

Thombury Castle, and d. 22 June, 1911. Issue — 

1. Tho.mas Stafford Bazley, Heir, b. 5 Oct. 1907. 

2. Anthony Gardner Bazlev, b. 4 June, 1911. 

1. EUsabeth Rachel. 

2. Frances Catherine Ruth. 

3. Rachel Constance. 



1. EUzabeth Marv, m. 1883, Gen. Sir Edward Peniber- 
ton ].each, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., V.C. (see Knightage). 

2. Annie Caroline, m. Feb. 1887, Frederic Pocock 
BuUey, M.A., J. P., and has issue. Residence — 
Marston Hill, Fairford, Glos. 

3. Frances Annette Ellen, m. 5 Jan. 1892, Richard 
Assheton, and has issue. Residence — Riversdale, 
Grant Chester, Cambridge. 

4. Jessie Marion Atkinson, m. 20 April, 1911, Rev. 
Frederick Douglas Bateman, M.A. Residence — The 
Rectory, Minchinh.impton, Stroud, Glos. 

5. Lucy Maud Mary, m. 27 July, 1898, Robert Dims- 
dale, and has issue. Residence — Ravensliill, East- 
leach, Gloucestershire. 



BEALE, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 3 July, 
1912. — Sir William Phipson Beale, s. of late 
William John Beale, J.P., of Bryntirion, Merion- 
eth, by Martha, dau. of William Phipson of West- 
bourne, Edgbaston. B. at Edgbaston 29 Oct. 
1839 ; m. 5 Aug. 18G9, Mary, dau. of William 
Thompson, late of Sydney, N.S.W. : ed. at 
Heidelberg and Paris ; barr.-at-law, Lincoln's 
Inn 1867 ; Q.C. 1888 ; bencher, 1892 ; M.P. (L.), 
S. Ayrsliire since 1906 ; is F.G.S. and F.C.S. 
Residences — Drumlamford, BSrrhill, N.B. ; 10, 
New Court, Carey St., W.C. : 2, Whitehall Court, 
S.W. Clubs — Reform ; Garrick ; Savile ; Albe- 
marle : National Liberal. 

Heir, none. 



BEARDMORE, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Treat. 
Jan. 1914. — Sir William Beardmoke. 



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BEAUCHAMP, 7th Earl. Creat. 1 Dec. 1815; 
Vise. Elmley, 1815 ; Baron Beauchainp, 26 
Feb. 1806 (U.K.); K.G., 1914; P. C. 1906; 
K.C.M.G. 1899. — William Ly-gon. s. of 6th Earl. 
B. 20 Feb. 1872 ; m. 26 .July. 1902, Lady Lettice 
Mary Elizabeth, sister of 2nd D. of Westminster 
(raised to the rank of a dulie'.s dau. 1900) ; sue. his 
father 1891 : ed. at Eton and Oxford ; Gov. of 
New Soutli Wales 1899-1901 ; capt. hon. Corps 
of Gent lemen-at -Arms 1906-7 ; lord steward 
of the Household 1907-10 ; lord pres. of the coun- 
cil 1910 ; First Commnr. of Works 1910-14 ; 
Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports since 1913; 
Lord-Lieut, of Gloucestersliire, and pres. Terr. 
Force Assocn. since 1911 ; bearer of the Sword of 
State (King's RegaUa) at the Coronation of 1911 ; 
D.L., Worcestershire ; mayor of Worcester 1895-6; 
hon. col. 2nd South Midland Brigade R.F.A. 
(T.F. ), late 1st Worcester Artillery Vols. ; an 
Ecclesiastical Commnr. since 1911 ; patron of 6 
livings ; is Knt. of Grace of Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem ; has Grand Cross of the Order of the 
North Star (Sweden), and of the Order of Christ 
(Portugal). The 1st Earl, William Lygon, had 
rep. Worcestershire for tliirty years in Parlia- 
ment ; he was s. of Reginald Pyndar, who 
assumed the name of Lygon after the family of his 
motlier ; tlie latter was descended in the female 
line from the house of Beauchamp, Lords Beau- 
champ of Powyke. Residences — Madresfield 
Court, Malvern Link, Worcestershire ; 13, Bel- 
grave Square, S.W. ; Official residence — Walmer 
Castle, Kent. Club — Travellers'. Issue — 

1. William Lygon.Visc. Elmley, Heir, b. 3 July, 1903. 

2. Hon. Hugh Patrick Lygon, b. 2 Nov. 1904. 

1. Lady Lettice. 

2. Lady Sibell. 

3. Lady Mary. 

4. Lady Dorothy. 

Frederick Lygon, 6th Earl Beauchamp, P.C, M.A., 
D.C.L., F.S.A. , b. 10 Nov. 1830 ; Lord- Lieut. Worcester- 
shire ; Lord Steward of the Household 1874-1880 ; Pay- 
master-Gen. 1886-87 ; M.P. for Tewkesburv 1857- 
63; W. Worcestershire 1863-6 ; a Lord of the Admiralty 
1859 ; m. 1st. 18 Feb. 1868, Lady Mary Catherine Stan- 
hope (d. 30 June, 1876), dau. of 5th E. Stanhope; m. 
2nd, 24 Sept. 1878, Lady EraLY' Annora Charlotte 
PiERREPONT (Residence — 41, EatoH Square, S.W.), dau. 
of 3rd Earl Manvers, and d. 19 Feb. 1891. Issue by 1st 
m. — 

1. William Lygon, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Mary, m. 6 May, 1905, Maj. Hon. Henry 

Walter Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes-Trefusis (see Clinton. 

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2. Lady Susan, m. 19 Oct. 1889, Brig.-Gen. Robert 
Gordon Gordon-Gilmour, C.V.O., C.B., D.S.O., late 
Gren. Gds., D.L., J. P., and has issue. Residence — 
The Inch, Liberton, Midlotliian. 

3. Lady Margaret, C.I., b. 8 Oct. 1874 ; m. 6 Oct. 1894, 
Arthur, 2nd Baron AmpthilL 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Capt. Hon. Robert Lygon, Gren. Gds., b. 9 Aug. 
1879 ; served in S.A. war 1899-1900 ; m. 10 Oct. 1903, 
Cecil Albinia, o.o. of Sir George Arbuthnot (see Arbuth- 
NOT, Bt.). Issue — 

Reginald Arthur Lygon (sponsor, H.R.H. the Duke 
of Connauglit), b. 28 July, 1904. 

3. Hon. Henry Lygon, b. 10 April, 1884 ; lieut. Suffolk 
Yeo. ; M.A. Oxford ; inemb. L.C.C. 1907. Residence 
• — 41, Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs — Marlborough; 
Garrick. 

4. Lady Agnes, m. 6 Oct. 1906, Hon. Arthur George 
Villiers Peel (see PEEL, Vise.). 

5. Lady Maud, m. 16 Oct. 1909, Samuel John Gurney 
Hoare, M.P. (Clubs — Bachelors' ; Carlton ; Garrick ; 
Marlborough). Residences — Sidestrand Hall, near 
Cromer ; 59, Draycott Place, S.W. 

BE AUCHAMP, Vise. See Hertford, Marq. of. 



BEAUCHAMP, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 27 
June, 1911. — Sir Edward Beauchamp, s. of the 
late Rev. William Henry Beauchamp, rector of 
Chedgrave, and incumb. of Langley, Norfolk (s. 
of Adm. Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor, 3rd 
Bart.), by Augusta, dau. of Dr. Arnold, of Stam- 
ford. B. 12 April, 1849 ; m. 1st, 20 July, 1875, 
Frances Mary (d. 7 May, 1886), dau. of James. 
Stephen, LL.D., Judge of County Courts ; m. 
2nd, 2 June, 1890, Betty Campbell, dau. of the late 
Archibald Woods, of Columbus. Ohio, U.S.A. ; 
late Mid. R.N. ; Memb. of Lloyd's (chrmu. 1905 
and 1913) ; M.P. N. Suffolk 1906 to Jan. 1910, 
and since Dec. 1910 ; J. P. Norfolk. Residences 
— 26, Grosvenor Place, S.W. ; Elderton Lodge, 
Ounton, Norfolk. Club — Union. Issue by 2nd 
m. — 

1. Edwakd Archibald Beauchamp, Heir, b. at 
Brighton, 5 April, 1891 ; ed. at Eton ; 2nd lieut. 
Colds. Gds. 1914. 

2. Brograve Campbell Beauchamp, b. 5 May, 1897. 

PROCTOR -BEAUCHAMP, 6th Bt. (G.B.). 

CreM. 20 Feb. 1744-5; C.B. (mil.) 1902.— Sir 
Horace George Proctor-Beatjchamp, s. of 
4th Bt. B. 3 Nov. 1856 ; m. 15 Nov. 1892, 
Florence, dau. of late Henry M. Leavitt, of New 
York : sue. his bro. Sir Reginald William, 1912 ; 
«d. at Cheam and R.M.C. Sandhurst ; It. -col. and 
brev. col. (ret.) 20th Hussars; It. -col. Res. of 
Officers ; served in Sudan expedn. 1885 (medal, 
•clasp, and bronze star, 3rd cl. Medijeh), with 
Egyptian army 1887-91, and in S. Africa 1901-2 ; 
is patron of 4 livings. Tlie 1st Bt., Sir William 
Beauchamp, repres. Middlesex in Parliament from 
1747 to 1768 ; he assumed the name of Proctor. 
The 4th Bt. obtained a roy. licence in 1852 to 
discontinue the names Beauchamp - Proctor in 
that sequence and to use them only in the order of 
Proctor-Beauchamp. Seat — Langley Park, Nor- 
wich. Residence — Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. 
Club^Naval and Military. 

Sir Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Bbauchamp, 
4th Bt., b. 2 July, 1815 ; D.L. Norfolk, High Sheriff 
1869, lieut. late Roy. H. Gds. ; m. 15 June, 1852, Hon. 
Caroline Esther Waldegrave (d. 3 July, 1898), dau. of 
Granville George, 2nd Baron Radstock, and d. 7 Oct. 
1874. Issue — 

1. Sir Reginald William Proctor-Beauchamp, 
pres. Bt. 

2. Montagu Harry Proctor-Beauchamp, Heir 
Pres., b. 19 April, i860 ; m. 20 April, 1892, Florence, 
dau. of Robert Barclay, of Reigate, Surrey ; is B.A., 
Camb., a missionary in China. Addresses — East 
Walton Abbey, King's'Lynn ; Lovells Hall, Terrington, 
St. Clement, Norfolk ; Sz Chuan, China. Issue — 

1. Montagu Barclay Granville Proctor-Beauchamp, 
b. 4 Aug. 1893, heut. 5th Batt. Norfolk Regt. 

2. Ivor Cuthbert Proctor-Beauchamp, b. 19 Aug. 
1900. 

3. Basil Ralph Proctor-Beauchamp, b. 17 June, 1906. 
1. Muriel Esther Dornie. 

1. Ida Caroline, m. 6 Oct. 1891, Col. Robert Henry 



Curzon Drury Lowe, late Gren. Gds., wlio d. l ,lau 
1907. 

2. Hilda, m. 10 Dec. 1884, John Edward Kynaston 
Studd, M.A., pres. of the Polytechnic, Regent Street, 
and has issue. Residence — 67, Harley Street, W. 

3. Constance (twin witli Hilda), m. 30 July, 1889, 
William Douglas Robinson- Douglas, M.A., J. P. (Club — 
United University). Kesidcncc — Orcharton, Castle 
Douglas, N.B. 

4. Maude, m. 7 May, 1889, Rev. W. T. B. Hayter, 
vie. of Westbury, Wilts, and lias issue. 

BEAUFORT, 9th Duke of. Croat. 2 Dec. 

1682 ; Marq. of Worcester, 2 March, 1642 ; Earl 
of Worcester, 1 Feb. 1514 ; Earl of Glamorgan: 
Vise. Grosmont, and Baron Beaufort, 1644 , 
Baron of Bottetourt, 1308 ; Baron Herbert, 26 
July, 1461 ; Baron Herbert of Ragland, Chep- 
stow, and Gower, 1506 (all E.). — Henry Adel- 
BERT Wellington FitzRoy Somerset, s. of 8th 
Duke. B. 19 May, 1847 ; m. 9 Oct. 1895, Louise, 
dau. of the late W. H. Harford, of Oldown, Al- 
mondsbury, Gloucestershire, and widow of Baron 
Carlo de Tuyll, of Horton, Gloucestershire ; sue. 
his father 1899 ; ed. at Eton ; cornet Roy. H. 
Gds. 1865 ; capt. 1869 ; ret. 1877 ; hon. col. 
late col. comdg. Gloucester Y. (TD.) ; A.D.C. 
1901-10 ; bearer of the Curtana or Sword of Mercy 
(Iving's Regalia) Coronation of 1911 ; Lord High 
Steward of Bristol ; D.L. Brecknock ; patron of 
26 livings. This family descends from John of 
Gaunt, D. of Lancaster, and includes amongst its 
members the celebrated Cardinal Beaufort, Henry 
Beaufort, D. of Somerset, the Marq. of Worcester, 
the author of "The Century of Inventions," etc. 
Residences — Badminton House, Gloucestershire ; 
Llangattock Park, Crickhowell, Breconshire. 
Clubs — Carlton ; Boodle's ; Marlborougli. Issue- 

1. Henry Hugh Arthur Pitzroy Somerset, M.vrq. 
OF Worcester, Heir, b. 4 April, 1900. 

1. Lady Blanche Linnie. 

2. Lady Diana Maud Nina. 

Henry Charles Fitzroy Somerset, 8th Duke op 
Beaufort, K.G., P.C., b. 1 Feb. 1824 ; m. 3 July, 1845, 
Lady Georgiana Charlotte Curzon (d. 14 May, 1906), dau. 
of 1st Earl Howe, and d. 30 April, 1899. Issue — ' 

1. Henry Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy Somer- 
set, pres. Duke. 

2. Rt. Hon. Lord Henry Bichard Charles Somerset, P.C. 

3. Lord Henry Arthur George Somerset, b. 17 Nov. 
1851 ; maj. late Roy. H. Gds. : D.L. Wilts. 

4. The late Lord Henrv Edward BrudeneU, b. 6 July, 
1853 ; m. 17 Aug. 1880, Fanny Julia, dau. of Sir 
Alexander Beaumont Churchill Dixie, 10th Bt. (m. 
2nd, 2 July, 1898, Maj. John Gratwicke Blagrave. 
Residence — Harabrook House, Charlton Kings, Chel- 
tenham), and d. 17 May, 1897. 

1. The late Lieut. Henrv Fitzroy Edward Somerset, 
b. 7 Sept. 1886 ; Rov. Mon. R.E. (mil.) ; m. 12 Mar. 
1908, Evelyn .Tuliet, dau. of the late W. L.lAdam- 
thwaite, of Cirencester, Gloucestershire, and d. 23 
May, 1913. Issue— 
Georgina Brenda. 
Sisters living of 8th Duke — 

1. Lady Geraldine Harriett Anne,'V.A., lady-in-waiting 
to H.R.H. the late Duchess of Cambridge. Residence 
— 8, Upper Brook Street, W. 

2. Lady Edith [Frances Wilhelmina, m. 10 Sept. 
1863, William Henry Forester, 1st E. of Londes- 
borough. 

BEAUMONT, Baroness (E.). Creat. 4 March, 
1309. — Mona Josephine Tempest Stapleton, 
dau. of 10th Baron. B. 1 Aug. 1894; m. 5 
Sept. 1914, Hon. Bernard Fitzalan Howard 
{see HovvARD of Glossop, Baron). The 1st 
Peer, Sir Heniy de Beaumont, was summoned 
to Parliament in the reign of Edward II. The 
Barony fell into abeyance on the death of William, 
7th Baron, and the abeyance was terminated in 
favour of Miles, 8th Baron, 1840, but again fell 
into abeyance on the birth of a second dau. to the 
10th Baron shortly after his death in 1895 ; but 
the abeyance was terminated in favour of the 
present Baroness in 1896. Residence — Carlton 
Towers, Carlton, Yorkshire. 

Miles Thomas Stapleton, 8th Baron Beaumont, b. 
4 June, 1805 : m. 9 Sept. 1844, Isabella Anne (Resi- 
dence — Carlton Towers, Yorkshire), dau. of 3rd Baron 
Kilmaine, and d. 16 Aug. 1854. Issue — 



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1 Henry Stapletox, 9th Bakox Beaumoxt, b. 11 
Aug. 1848 ; m. 28 July, 1S88, Violet (Residence— 49, 
Eaton Place, S.W.), dau. of the late Frederick Wootton 
Issacson, M.P., and d. CS Jau. 1S92. 
■1. Miles Stapleton, 10th Baros Beaumoxt, b. 17 
July, 1850 ; It.-col. conmmg. iOth Hussars ; served 
on Staff in Canada 1874-5 ; in Malta 1879 ; in Bechu- 
analand Expedn. 1884-5, and Egyptian frontier field 
force 1885-6 (medal and bronze star) ; ni. 7 No/. 1893, 
Mary Ethel (Residence— Carlton Towers, Yorks), 
dau. of Sir Charles Henry Tempest, 1st Bt. (extinct), 
and d. 16 Sept. 1895. Issue— 

1 Mona Josephine Tempest, pres. Baroness. 

2. HON. Ivy Mary tempest. Heiress Pres., b. 

4 Oct. 1895. 

BEAUMONT, 11th Bt. (E.). Creat. 21 Feb. 
Ifi60. — Sib George Arthur Hamilton Beau- 
mont, s. of 10th Bt. B. 18 Jan. 1881 ; sue. his 
father, 1914: lieut. L.R.R. Corps. This 
family is desc. iii a direct paternal hne from 
Louis VIII. King of France througli his 
youngest s.. King of .Jerusalem and Sicily, the 
issue of whose 2nd s. took the name of Beau- 
mont. Hence sprang the Barons and Viscounts 
Beaumont, -whom tlie present Baroness Beau- 
mont represents in the female line ; but in 
the male line the Bt.'s family are the repre- 
sentatives of Tliomas de Beaumont, 2nd s. of 
4th Lord. Residence — Coleorton Hall, Ashby-de- 
la-Zouch, Leies. Issue — 

Sir George Howland Willoughby Beaumont, 8th 
Bt., b. 16 Dec. 1799 : in. 16 June, 1825, Mary Anne 
(d. i5 Feb. 1834), dau. of Dr. WiUiam Howley, late Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, and d. 7 June, 1845. Issue — 
1. Sir George Howland Beaumont, 9th Bt., b. 
12 Sept. 1828 : m. 1st. 4 June, 1S50, Paulina Menzios 
(d. 9 Dec. 1870), dau. of W. Hallows Belli, H.E.I.C.S. ; 
m. 2nd, 4 April, 1872. Octavia Willoughby (d. 19 June, 
1901), widow of Maj.J. R. S. Wallis, of Drishane Castle, 
CO. Cork, and d. 8 June, 1882. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Sir George Howl.\nd William Beaumont, 
IOth St., b. 10 March, 1851 ; m. 24 Feb. 1880, 
Lillie Ellen, dau. of Col. George Ayton Craster, R.E. ; 
ed. at Eton ; cnpt. R.H.A. ; and d. 22 June, 1914. 
Issue — 

1. Sir George A. H. Beaumont, pres. Bt. 

2. Frederick Louis Maureward Beaumont, heir 
pres., b. 17 June, 1862 ; in. 21 Nov. 1900, Helen 
Mary, dau. of the late Decimus Sturges, barr.-at-law. 
Residence — RiverRauche,Clnlcoten,BrltishColumbia 

3. Capt. Henry Cecil Charles Beaumont, b. 24 April, 
1864 ; Roy. Bucks Huss., late Scots Gds. ; m. 19 
Dec. 1894, Jessie Leigh, dau. of the late George A. 
Fellows, of New York. Residences — Dodington 
Park, Chipping Sodbury ; 42, Brj-anstou Square, 
W. Clubs — Bachelors' : St. James's. 

1. Lina Mary Howley. m. 19 Oct. 1876, Col. Gawin 
William Rowan Haniilton, aud has issue. Resi- 
dence — Killyleagh Castle, co. Down. 
1. Constance Mary, m. 6 July, 1852, William Unwin 
Heygate, M.P.. who d. 2 March 1902, and has issue. 
Residence — F.oeclitfe Mraior, Loughborough, 

WRIXON-BECHER, 4t;i Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 
30 Sept. 1831. — Sib Eustace William Windham 
Wbixon-Bechee, s. of 3rd Bt. B. 27 Dec. 
1869; sue. his father 1914; m. 8 Oct. 1907, Hon. 
Constance Gough Calthorpe, dau. of Augustus, 
6th Baron Calthorpe. The 1st Bt. took the 
additional surname and arms of Beeher by roy. 
Hcence in 1831. Seats — Ballygiblin, Mallow ; 
Creagh, Skibbereen, co. Cork. Residence — Rox- 
borough, Limerick. ( lul) — Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Muriel. 

2. Aileen. 

3. Sheila. 

4. A dau. 

Sir William Wki.xon-Becher, 1st Bt., b. 31 July, 
1780 : m. 18 Dec. 1819, Elizabeth, t-he celebrated actress 
(d. 29 Oct. 1872), dau. of John O'Neill, and d. 23 Oct. 
1850. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry Wrixon-Becher, 2nd Bt., b. 1826 ; 
m. 20 Feb. 1878, Florence Elizabeth Hannah (m. 
2nd,8March,1894, Arthur Denis Henry Heber Reynell- 
Pack, of Netherton. Newton Abbott," and d. 26 Sept. 
1912), dau. of Frederick John Walker, and d. 25 Nov. 
1893. 

2. Sir John Wrixon-Becher, 3rd Bt., b. 16 Aug. 
1828: m. 6 May, 1857. Ladv Eniilv Catherine, dau. of 
2nd Earl of Listowel : D.L., J.P.Cork; High Sheriff 
1867, and d. 24 April, 1914. Issue— 



1. Eustace William Windham Wrixon-Becher, 
pres. Bt. 

2. Edgar Wrixon-Becher, b. 12 Oct. 1862. 

3. Maj. Henry Wrixon-Becher, late D. of Welling- 
ton's W. Rid. Regt., b. 27 July, 1866. 

4. Arthur Nicholas Wrixon-Becher, b. 3 Aug. 1868. 

1. Victoria Emily. 

2. Marv. 

3. Cecil Eleanor, m. 28 March 1894, Percy Hope 
Murray, M.B., of Beckenham, and has issue. 

4. Barbara Elizabeth. 

5. Adelaide Maud, m.l June, 1899, William Norton 
Barry, J. P. Residence — Castle Cor, Kanturk, co. 
Cork. 

6. Alice Elizabeth, m. 28 June, 1899, Hon. Horace 
George Lysaght (see LiSLE, Baron). 

7. Evelyn. 

8. Georgiana Victoria, m. 23 April, 1898, Maj. Edward 
Wilfrid Spedding, R.A., and has issue. 

9. Hilda Mary. 

3. The late William Nicholas Wrixon-Becher, b. 1831 ; 
m. 1888, Georgiana (Residence — Castle Hyde, Permoy, 
CO. Cork), dau. of Capt. W. H. Herrick, R.N., of Ship- 
pool, Innishannon, co. Cork, and d. 12 Dec. 1912, 

BECTIVE, Earl of. See Headfobt, Marq. 

OF. 

BEDFORD. 11th Duke of. Great. 11 May, 
1G94 : Earl of Bedford, 19 Jan. 1550 : Marq. of 
Tavistock, 11 May, 1694: Baron Russell of 
Cheneys, 9 March. 1539 ; Baron Russell of Thorn- 
haugh, 21 Jiily, 1603 : Baron Howland, 13 June, 
1695 (E.) : K.G. 1902. — Sib Herbrand Abthtjb 
Russell, s. of 9th Duke, B. 19 Feb. 1858 ; m. 
30 .Jan. 1888, Mary du Caiirroy, dau, of the Van. 
Ai'chdeacon Tribe ; sue. his bro, 1893 ; ed. at 
Oxford ; late lieut. Gren. Gds, ; served in Egyp- 
tian campaign, 1882 ; A.D.C. to viceroy of India 
(Lord Dufferin) 1884-8 ; late It.-col. commdg. 
3rd Batt. Beds Regt. ; Lord-Lieut. Middlesex ; 
Mayor of Holborn 1900-1 ; D.L. Beds ; chrmn. 
Beds C.C. ; memb. committee on organization of 
Terr. Army 1906 : A.D.C. to the King, formerly 
A.D.C. to King Edward ; and pres. Middlesex 
Terr. Force Assocns. ; pres. of Zoological Society : 
a trustee of the British Museum : F.R.S. The 
1st Peer in this family was particularly favoured 
by Henry VIII., and in the reign of Mary filled 
the office of Lord Privy Seal ; he was sent as 
ambassador to Spain to conduct Philip to Eng- 
land ; the family numbers among its members 
William Lord Russell, beheaded in 1683. 
Residences — 15, Belgrave Square, S.W. ; 
Woburn Abbey, and Oakley House, Bedford ; 
Endsleigh, Tavistock, Clubs — Brooks's ; Guards. 
Issue — 
Hastings William SAOK^^LLE Russell, Marq. op 
Tavistock, Heir, b. 21 Dec. 1888 ; 2nd Ueut. 10th 
Batt. D. of Cambridge's Own (Middx. Regt.) T.F., 
since 1911. 
Francis Ch.uiles H.^stings Russell, 9th D. op Bed- 
ford, K.G. b. IG Oct. 1819 ; m. 18 Jan. 1844, Lady Eliza- 
beth Sackville West, V.A. (d. 22 April, 1897), dau. of 
George, 5th Earl De la Warr, and d. 14 Jan. 1891. 
Issue — 

1. George William Francis Sackville Russell, 
IOthDukeof Bedford: b. 16 April, 1852: D.L., 
M.P. for Bedford ; m. 24 Oct. 1876, Adeline Marie, 
Lady of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem. (Resi- 
dences — Chenios, Rickmansworth ; 51, Berkeley 
Square, W.), dau. of 3rd E. Soraers, and d. 23 March, 
1893. 

2. Herbrand Arthur Russell, pres. Duke. 

1. Lady Ela Monica Sackville. Residences — Chorley 
Wood House, Rickmansworth ; 51, Princes Gate, S.W. 

2. Lady Ermyntrude Sackville, m. 19 March, 1885, Rt. 
Hon. Sir Edward Baldwin Malet, 4th Bt. 

PASTON-BEDINGFELD, 8th Bt. (E.). Great. 
2 Jan. lOCiO. — Sib Henby Edward Paston- 
Bedingfeld, s. of 7th Bt. B. 29 Aug. 1860 ; 
m. 21 June, 1904, Sybil, dau. of the late Henry 
Alexander Lyne-Stephens, of Grove House, Roe- 
hampton ; sue. his father 1902 ; late maj. 3rd 
Liverpool Regt. (M.): J.P. Norfolk. The 1st 
Bart, was Henry Bedingfeld, of Oxburgh Hall, 
who sustained great pecuniary loss by his attach- 
ment to the cause of Charles I. The 6th Bt. 
assumed the additional naine of Paston in 1830 ; 



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lie was declared by tlie House of Lords in 1858 to 
be one of the co-heirs to the barony of Grandison, 
creat. by writ temp. Edw. I. Residence — Ox- 
burgh, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. Club — Junior 
United Service. Issue — 

1. Henry Stephen Augustus Paston-Bedingfeld, 

Heir, b. 5 June, 1906. 

1. Margaret Mary Anastasia. 
Sm Henry Kichard Paston-Bedingfield, 6th Bt., 
b.'lO May, 1800 ; m. 30 Aug. 1826, Margaret Anne (slie 
assumed, 26 March, 1841, by Key. Licence the additional 
name of Bisshopp, and d. 31 Jan. 1887), o. c. of Edward 
Paston, and d. 4 Feb. 1862. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry George Paston-Bedingfeld, 7th 
Bt., b. 21 June, 1830 ; li.L. Norfolk, High Sheriff 
1882; m. 17 Oct, 1859. Augusta Lucy (Residence— 
45, Cromwell Road, S.W.), o. c. of Edward Claveriug, 
of Callaly Castle, Northumberland, and d. 18 Jan. 1902. 
Issue — 

1. Sir Henry Edward Paston-Bedingfeld, pros. 
Bt. 

2. Richard Henry Claveriug Paston-Bedingfeld, 
b. 2 Jan. 1862. 

3. Charles Paston-Bedingfeld, b. 25 July, 1864. 

4. Frank Paston-Bedingfeld, b 1874. 

5. Hubert Paston-Bedingfeld, b. 1877. 

1. Alice Mary, m, 1st, 12 Jan. 1891. Viee-Adm. James 
Lacon Hamuiet, C.V.O., who d. 15 Feb. 1905, and 
lias issue : m. 2nd, 1 Oct. 1906, Commn. Clement 
Laprimaurdaye, C.V.O., who d. 31 May, 1910. 
Residence — 45, Cromwell Houses, S.W. 

2. Mary Maud, a nun of the Order of the Holy Child. 

3. Edith Mary, a nun of the Order of tlie Holy Cliild. 

2. The late Lt.-Col. Raoul Stephen Bisshopp (assumed 
23 Sept. 1887, by Roy. Licence the surname of 
Bisshopp), b. 1 April, 1835; m. 26 April, 1897, 
Katherine Gregory (Residence — 27, Pont Street, S.W.), 
dau. of Edward Walker, late of Henbury Manor, Wim- 
borne, Dorset, and widow of Henry A. C. Lyne Stephens. 
1. Mary Gabrielle, m. 21 June. 1880. Ferdinand John 
Eyre (Club — Boodle's). Residences — Morcton Hall, 
Bury St. Edmunds ; 51, Berkeley Square, W. 

BEECHAM, 1st Bt. Creat. 17 July, 1914. Knt. 
Bach. 1912.— Sir Joseph Beecham, s. of Tliomas 
Beecham, of Southport, Lanes. B. 3 June, 1848 ; 
m. 14 April, 1873, Josepliine, dau. of William 
Burnett ; is J. P. Lanes ; Mayor of St. Helens 
1899; has financed several schemes for popu- 
larizing Grand Oj)era in England. Residences — 
9, Arkwright Road, Hampstead, N.W. ; Ewan- 
ville, Huyton, Liverpool. Club — Devonshire. 
Issue" — ■ 

Thomas Beecham, b. 29 April, 1879 ; ed. at Rossall 
and O.xford ; m. 1903, Utica, dau. of C. Stuart Welles 
of New York ; chrmn. of the Thomas Beecham Opera 
Co. ; tlie famous operatic conductor. Residences — 32, 
Upper Hamilton Terrace, N.W. ; Higlifleld, Elstree, 
Herts ; Mursley HaU, Buckinghamshire. Issue — 

1. Adrian Beecham, b. 4 Sept. 1904. 

2. Thomas Beecham, b. 19 June, 1909. 

BEEVOR, 5th Bt. (G.B.). Creat. 22 Jan. 
1783. — Sib Hugh Reeve Beevob, s. of Sir 
Thomas Beevor, 4th Bt. B. 31 Oct. 1858 ; m. 
29 June, 1894, Emily Ci^eorgina (d. 17 April, 1909), 
■dau. of Sir William Foster, Bart. ; sue. his father 
1885 ; ed. at Felsted grammar school and King's 
Coll., Lend. ; M.D. Lond. ; is consulting physician 
Jving's Coll. Hospital : F.R.C.P. Residence — 
Hargham Hall, Attleborough, Norfolk. Club — 
'■ Union. Issue — 

1. TH05US Lubbock Beevor, Heir, b. 1 June, 1897 ; 
midshipman R.N. 
1. Bridget ClievaUier. 
Sir Thomas Branthwayt Beevor, 3bd Bt., b. 7 
April, 1798 ; m. 1st, 9 Dee. 1819, Elizabeth Bridget (d. 
2 Nov. 1831), dau. of Richard Lubbock, M.D.,of Norwich ; 
m. 2nd, 4 Sept. 1832, Martha (d. 25 Oct. 1843), dau. of 
Archibald Herdiment, of Old Buckenham, Norfolk, and 
■d. 6 April, 1879. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Sir Thomas Beevor. 4th Bt., b. 23 Aug. 1823 ; 
m. 10 Dec. 1850, Sophia Jane (d. 22 Feb. 1890), dau. 
of Rev. Clement Chevallier, Rector of Badingham, 
Suffolk, and widow of Isaac Jerniv Jermy, of Stanfleld 
Hall, Norfolk, and d. 18 Aug. 188'5. Issue— 
I 1. Sir Hugh Reeve Beevor, pres. Bt. 

2. Ralph Jermv Beevor, M.A. Camb. ; b. 29 Dec. 
1859 ; m. 26 April, 1894, Sophia Mary, dau. of late 
Rev. Joseph Preston. Residence — Langley Lodge, 
St. Albans, Herts. Issue — 



1. Ralph Branthwayt Beevor, b. l:9 April, lKy.j. 

2. Vernon Savilc Beevor, b. 21 June, 1897. 

3. Esmond Ayton Beevor, b. 2 Dec. 1902. 

1. Irene Bodingteld. 

2. Nancy Clover. 

3. .A.VC lil Pr.ston. 

3. The late Rev. John Hare Boevor, b. 1 Jiun', 1S61 ; 
M.A. Camb. ; ni. 22 Feb. 1M'.)2, Susan Heard Oliver 
(Residence — Hoveton Hal), Widxliain, Nortolk), 
dau. of the late Charles WiUiam Dabney, of Boston, 
U.S.A., and d. 27 Feb. 1914. 

4. Rowland Beevor, Solicitor, b. 7 Feb. 1866 ; m. 
13 Sept. 1893, Margaret Frances, dau. of George 
Evans, of Nottingham. Residences — Holmbury, 
Bushey Heath, Herts ; Bryn-Cemlyn, Dolgclly. 
Issue — 

1. Cecil Thomas Ashworth Beevor, b. 4 Jan. 1898. 

2. Miles Beevor, b. 8 March, 1900. 

3. Humphrey Beevor, b. 24 Aug 1903. 

1. Joan Hepworth. 

2. Judith Chevallier. 

5. Edmund Beevor, b. 23 May, 1867 ; ni. 4 Aug. 
1896, Mary, dau. of Sir William Foster, 2nd Bt. 
Residence — Aldenliam School, Elstree. 

1. Amy. 

2. Lucy Jane, m. 23 Aug. 1894, Charles Henry 
Delamain, and has issue. Residence — Mousehall, 
Tidebrook, Sussex. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

1. Jiilia, m. 1855, Walter Jetfery Potts, M.R.C. S., 
who d. 8 March, 1898 , and has issue. 

BELFAST, Earl of, and Baron. See Donegall, 
Maeq. of. 



BELGRAVE, Vise. See, Westminster, Duke 

OF. 

BELHAVEN and STENTON, 10th Baron (S.) 
Creat. 15 Dec. U>47. — At.exandee Chables. 
Hamilton, s. of William John Hamilton, M.P, 
by his 2nd wife, Hon. Margaret Frances, dau, of 
13th Vise. Dillon. B. 3 July, 1840 ; m. 7 July, 
ISSO.Georgina Katharine, dau. of Legh Richmond ; 
sue. his kinsman 1893 ; is col. (ret.) R.E. ; served 
in Zulu war 1879 ; rep. Peer for Scotland since 
1900: Brig. coTudng. Surrey Vol. Brig. 1888- 
1902 ; Hon. Col. Lowland Terr. div. R.E. (TD.) : 
F.R.G.S. ; D.L., J.P.. Lanark : mil. memb. 
Lanark Terr. Force Assocn. The lineage of this 
family commences with John Hamilton, bro. 
of 1st Earl of Arran, whose great-grandson 
received the peerage for his loyalty to Charles I. 
On the death of 5th Baron in 1777, the peerage 
remained dormant until allowed in 1799 in favour 
of William Hamilton of Wishaw. heir gen. of 
2nd Baron, as 7th Baron, but again became dor- 
mant in 1868 on the death of 8th Baron, until 
adjudged by the House of Lords in 1876 to the 
9th Peer. The 2nd and all subsequent Barons 
descend from Sir John Hamilton of Cadzow. The 
8th Baron, who was Lord High Commr. to the 
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, was 
creat. a Peer of the U.K. as Baron Hamilton of 
Wishaw, but on his death without issue this title 
became extinct. Residences — Wishaw House, 
Wisliaw, N.B. : 41, Lemiox Gardens, S.W. 
Club — United Service. Issue — 
Hon. Ralph Ger.^rd Alexander Hamilton, Master 
OP BELHAVEN, HEIR, b. 22 Feb. 1883 ; m. 1 March, 1904, 
Lady Grizel Winifred Louisa Cochrane, dau. of 12th 
Earl of Dundonald ; ed. at Eton and R.M.C., Sand- 
hurst ; late lieut. 3rd Hussars ; maj. Essex R.H.A. ; 
j J.P. Lanark. Residences — Wishaw House, Wishaw, 
' N.B. ; St. James's Terrace, Regent's Park, N.^V. Club 
! — United Service. 

I James Hamilton, 9th B.vron Bblhaven and Stenton, 

i b. 29 Aug. 1822 ; m. 30 Oct. 1877, Georgina (Residence 

1 — 8, EgUngton Crescent, Edinburgli), dau. of Sir John 

Watson, Bt., of Earuoeh and Neilsland, Lanarkshire, 

and d. 6 Sept. 1893. Issue — 

1. Hon. Leonore Agnes Watson Nisbet, m. 24 March, 
1903, Robert Borras Wliiteside, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — 28, Lower Belgrave Street, S.W. 

2. Hon. May Clarke Mary Nisbet, m. 29 April, 1913, 
2nd Baron Hemphill. 

3. Hon. Clarice Jessie Evelyn, m. 12 Dec. 1899, 
Francis, 12th Baron Napier and Ettrick. 

4. Hon. Muriel Louise, m. 29 March, 1910, William 
Michael Jameson Martin, lieut. R.G.A. 



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5. Hon. Winilrcd Maude. 

6. Hon. Dorothy Henrietta. 

7. Hon. Georgina Violet, ni. 22 Xov. 1913, James 
C. Simpson. 

Sisters living of pres. Baron — -. ^, , -r 

1 Victoria Hmrictta, m. 31 May, 18b2, Capt. James 
Graliam Goodenough, C.B., C.M.G., B.>'. (d. 20 Aug. 
1875), and has Issue. Residence— 54, Burton Court, 
S W 

2.' Sybil Jean, sister of the Confraternity S.J.B., 
Clswcr 

3 Margaret Wilhelniina, m. 25 April, 1881, Louis Eric 
Ames J.P., late 2nd Life Gds., and has issue. Resi- 
(jenccs — 24, Susse.x: Mansions, S. Kensington ; Ghyll- 
heugh, Long Ho rsley. Xorthumberland. 



MORRISON - BELL, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 
18 Dec. 1905. — Sir Claude William Hedley 
Moerison-Bell. s. of 1st Bt., b. 5 May, 1867; 
.sue. his father 1914; m. II Nov. 1903, Frances 
Isabel, dau. of CoL C. Atkinson Logan, late Roy. 
Scots, of Kennedy House, St. Andrews, N.B.; 
capt. late Argyll 'and Sutherland Highlanders; 
J.P. Durham and Northumberland. Residences — 
Highgreen Manor. Bellingham. Northvimberland ; 
BaTcombe Towers, Bournemouth. Clubs — Carl- 
ton : Army and Navy ; Constitutional ; Roy. 
Automobile : Northern C!ounties. Issue — 

1 . Kathleen Frances. 

2. Daphne Frances. 

3. Veronica Frances. 

Sir Charles William Morrisox-Bell. IstBt. B. 18 
March. 1833 ; m. 1 Sept. 1863, Lousia Maria, dau. of the 
late William Henry Dawes, J. P.. of The Hall, Kenil- 
worth ; assumed additional name and arms of Morrison 
by roy. licence 1905 ; J.P. Wilts, Sussex and North- 
umberland: D.L., J.P. Durham ; F.G.S. Issue— 
1. Sir Claude WnxiAM Hedley Morkisox-Bell. 
pres. Bt. 

2 Maj. Arthur Clive Morrison-Bell. Heir Pres., 
late Scots Gds., b. 19 April, 1871 ; M.P. (C.) Honi- 
ton div. of Devonsliire since Jan. 1910 : m. 21 Nov. i 
1912. Hon. Lilah Kathcrine Julia Wingfield, dau. of I 
7th Vise. Powerscourt. Residences — 7, Great Cum- 
berland Place, W. ; Harpford, Devon. Clubs — 
Guards' ; Carlton. Issue^ 
Shelagh .Tocelyn. 

3. Capt. Ernest Fitz-Rov Morrison-Bell, late 9th 
Lancers ; b. 19 April, 1871 ; M.P. (C.) Ashburton div. 
of Devonshire 1908 to Jan. 1910, and from Dec. 1910 ; 
m. 12 Nov. 1902, Maud Evelyn, dau. of Lt.-Col. Francis i 
Henry, J.P., of Elmestree, Tetbury, Gloucestershire. ! 
Residence— Pitt House, Chudleigh, Devon. Clubs— 1 
Cavalry ; Carlton ; United Empire ; Roy. Automobile. 
Issue — 

1. Louise Monica. 

2. Ruth Evelyn. 

3. Claire Whilhelmina Maud. 

4. Mary Ernestine. 

4. Maj. Eustace Widdrington Morrison-Bell, Westmin- 
ster Dragoons, late Kifle Brig., b. 10 Feb. 1874 ; m. 4 
Aug. 1914, Hon. Harri'-tt Margaret Trefusis, dau. of 
20th Baron Clinton. Residrnce — 88, St. James Street, 
S.W. Clubs — Army .and Navy : White's; Carlton. 

1. Evelyn Beatrice. 

2. Muriel Blanche Gwendoline, m. 10 May, 1899, Col. 
John Middleton Rogers, D.S.O.,late 1st Roy. Drag. ; 
J.P. Hants, and has issue. Residence^Riverhill 
House, Sevenoaks. 



BELL, 1st Bt., of Mynthurst (U.K.). Great. 
25 Nov. 1909. — Sib Henbv Bell. s. of John Bell, 
of Glasgow, merchant, by Helen, dau. of John 
Colquhoun, of Luss. B. in Glasgow, 25 May, 
1848 ; m. 16 Jan. 1883, Lizzie French (d. 19 Jan. 
1895), dau. of Timothy Courser Eastman, of 
New York, U.S.A. ; ed. at the Academy and High 
School, Glasgow ; chrmn. of the Buenos Ayres 
Western Railway, Ltd. : director of the Buenos 
Ayres Great Southern Railway Co., Ltd., and of 
the Central Uruguay Railway Co. of Montevideo, 
litd. ; J.P. Surrey. Residences — Mynthurst, 
Reigate, Surrey ; 36. Hertford Street, Mayfair, W. 
Clubs — Reform ; Devonshire. Issue — 

1. Eastman Bell, Heir, b. in London, 27 July, 1884|; 
ed. at Winchester and Oxford (B.A.) ; barr.-at-law. 
Inner Temple ; lieut. Surrey Yeo. 

2. Henry J.ames Bell, b. 9 .tuly, 1886. 
1. Lucv Putnam. 



BELL, 2nd Bt., of Rounton (U.K.). Great. 
21 .luly, 1885. — Sib (Thomas) Huoh Bell, s. of 
1st Bt. B. at Wincomblee, near Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. 10 Feb. 1844 ; m. 1st, 1807, Maria, dau. of 
John Shield ; m. 2nd. 1876, Florence Eveleen 
Eleanore. dau. of the late Sir Joesph OUifle, 
M.D. ; sue. his father 1904 ; ed. at Gottingen, and 
at the Sorbonne, Paris ; is an ironmaster and 
chemical manufacturer ; memb. of com. on 
special training for army staff 1906 ; memb. of 
the employers' panel for the Court of Arbitration ; 
memb. of the B. of Trade Advisory Committee, 
and an Employers' Rep. B. of Trade Indust. 
Council ; memb. of the Senate of the Univ. of 
Durham : contest. City of London Jan. 1910 ; 
hon. D.C.L. Durham 1909 ; hon. LL.D. Leeds 
1910 ; J.P. Middlesbrough (Mayor 1874, 1883, 
and Sept.-Nov. 1911), J.P. and Lord-Lieut. N.R. 
Yorks : D.L., J.P., Durham (High Sheriff 1895 ; 
Pres. York (N.R.) Terr. Force Assocn. Resi- 
dences — Rounton Grange, Northallerton ; Mount 
Grace Priory, Yorkshire ; 95, Sloane Street, S.W. 
Clubs — Burlington Fine Arts ; Reform ; City 
Liberal ; Roy. Automobile. 

Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Maurice Hugh Lowthian Bell, Heir, b. 29 March, 
1871 ; col. 4th Batt. Yorks Regt. (Terr. Force) ; hon. 
capt. in the Army ; mil. memb. N.R. Yorks Terr. 
Force Assocn. ; has T.D. ; D.L., J.P., N.R. Yorks ; 
served in South Africa 1900. Residence — Rounton 
Grange, Northallerton. Club — Brooks's. 

1. Gertrude Margaret Lowtliian. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Rev. Hugh Lowthian Bell, M.A. Oxford ; b. 21 
Oct. 1878 ; chap, to Bishop of Pretoria, S. Africa. 

2. Florence Elsa, m. 8 July, 1907, Capt. Herbert 
William Richmond, R.N., and has issue. 

3. Mary Katharine, m. 6 Jan. 1904, Charles Philips 
Trevelyan, M.P. (Clubs — Brooks's ; Nat. Liberal), and 
has issue. Residences^Cambo, Morpeth ; 14, Great 
CoUege Street, S.W. 

Sir (IS.1AC) (Lowthian Bell, 1st Bi., b. 15 Feb. 1816 ; 
D.L., J.P., Durham ; High Sheriff 1884 ; J.P. N. Riding 
Yorkshire, and for Newcastle-on-Tyne ; D.C.L. , LL.D., 
F.R.S., M.P. for Hartlepool 1875-80 ; m. 20 July, 1842, 
Margaret (d. 18 Nov. 1886), dau. of Hugh Lee Pattinson, 
F.R.S., of Scots House, Durham, and d. 20 Dec. 1904. 
Issue — 
1. Sir Thomas Hugh Bell, pres. Bt. 

1 . Marg.aret Florence, m. 10 Aug. 1871, Walter Johnson, 
J.P. (Club — New University), late Roy. Scots Greys, 
and has issue. Residence — Amcliffe Hall, North- 
allerton. 

2. Mary Katharine, m. 5 Feb. 1873, Edward, 4th 
Baron Sheffield. 



BELL, 1st Bt., of Glasgow (U.K.). Great. 
29 Aug. 1895. — Sib James Bele, s. of John Bell, 
of Glasgow, shipowner, by Helen, dau. of John 
Colquhoun, of Middle Ross, Dumbartonshire. B. 
16 Jan. 1850 : m. 23 Nov. 1875, Helen (d. 12 
Jan. 1909), dau. of William Findlay. of Hallhill. 
Lanarkshire ; ed. at Glasgow High School and 
Academy ; Lord Provost of Glasgow 1892-6 : 
late Hon. Col. 1st Lanarkshire R.V. ; memb. of 
Roy. Patriotic Fund Corp. ; chrmn. Ayr Terr. 
Force Assocn. ; Vice-Lieut, for city of Glasgow ; 
D.L., J. P., Glasgow, Lanarkshire and Ayr. 
Residence — Montgreenan, Kilmarnock. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Junior Carlton ; Western (Glasgow). 
Issue — • 
1. John Bell, Heir, b. 19 Aug. 1876 ; ed. at Upping- 
hann and Oxford ; J.P. cos. Ayr and Lanark ; capt. 
Ayrsliire Imp. Yeo. Residence — Montgreenan, Ayr- 
shire. 

1. Helen, m. 1 Feb. 1910, Charles Eugene Gunther, 
and has is.sue. Residences — Tongswood, Hawkhurst, 
Kent; 59, Prince's Gate, S.W. 



BELL, IstBt., of Framewood. Great. 18 July. 
1908 ; Knt. Bach. 1902. — Sib John Chables 
Bell, s. of Thomas Bell, of London. B. 4 
Sept. 1844 ; m. Lst, 18 April. 1867, Caroline Eliza- 
beth (d. 28 Nov. 1912), dau. of Thomas Clare, 
of Enfield ; m. 2nd, 1914, Ellen, dau. of John James 
Burgess Hill ; was partner in the brewing firm of 



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[BELMORE 



Glover, Bell & Co., now the Wenlock Brewery I 
Co. , of which he is Chrmn. and Managing Director ; i 
Alderman 1894, Sheriff 1901-2, Lord Mayor | 
1907-8 ; D.L. City of London ; Income tax 
comnr. for City of London ; Past Master Haber- 
dashers', Glovers' and Fanmakers' Cos. ; Past 
Grand Warden of Freemasons ; co-opted memb. 
City of London Terr. Force Assocn. ; Commander I 
Red Eagle of Germany (2nd class with star) ; ' 
Grand Officer of Legion of Honour ; J.P. City of 
London and Bucks. Residence — Framewood, 
Stoke Poges, Bucks. Clubs — Junior Carlton; 
City Carlton ; Ranelagh. Issue — 

Annie Caroline, m. Arthur Thomas Franklin, and has 
issue, llesidence — 4, Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, 
N.W. 

BELLE W, 4th Baron (I.). Great. 10 July, 
1848; Bt. 11 Dec. 1688. — George Leopold 
Bryan, s. of the 2nd Baron. B. 22 Jan. 1857 ; 
sue. his bro. 1911 ; is a rep. peer for Ireland ; late 
maj. 10th Hussars, ret. 1898 ; served in the Nile 
exped. 1884-6 ; second in comm. of a Batt. of 
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa 1900 ; assumed the sur- 
name of Bryan in lieu of Bellew 1881 ; D.L. , 
J.P. CO. Kilkenny. Residences — Barmeath (Jastle, 
Dunleer, Ireland ; Jenkinstown Park, Kilkenny, 
Ireland. Clubs — Bachelors' ; Army and Navy ; 
Marlborough ; Pratts ; Turf ; Ivildare St., Dublin. 

Patrick|Bellew, P.O., 1st Baron Bellew, b. 29 Jan. 

1798 ; m. 19 Jan. 1829, Anna Fermina (d. 2 Aug. 1857), 

dau. of Don Jos6 Maria de Mendoza y Rios, of Seville, 

and d. 10 Dec. 1866. Issue — 

1. Edward Joseph Bellew, 2nd Baron Bellew, 
b. 3 June, 1830 ; m. 7 Feb. 1853, Augusta Mary 
GwendoUne (d. 11 May, 1904), dau. of Col. George 
Bryan, M.P., of Jenkinstown, co. Kilkenny, and d. 
28 July, 1895. Issue — 

1. Charles Bertram Bellew, 3rd Baron Bellew, 
b. 19 April, 1855 ; a rep. peer for Ireland ; lieut. 
00. Louth ; High Sheriff 1895 ; late capt. 6th Batt. 
Roy. Irish Rifles ; m. 8 Aug. 1883, Mildred Mary 
Josephine (Residence — -Barmeath Castle, Dunber, 
CO. Louth), dau. of Sir Humphrey de Traflord, 2nd 
Bart., and d. 15 July, 1911. 

2. George Leopold Bryan, pros. Baron. 

3. Hon. Richard EtrsTACE Bellew, Heir Prbs., 
b. 31 July, 1858 ; m. 1st, 27 Oct. 1887, Ada Kate 
(d.20 March, 1893), dau. of the lateH. P.Gilbey, of 
Stanstead, Essex ; m. 2nd, 30 Nov. 1895, Gwen- 
dolen Maria Josephine, dau. of William Reginald 
J. P. Herbert, D.L., J.P., of Clytha, Monmouth- 
shire. Residence — Mount Piroda, Castlecomer, 
CO. Kilkenny. Clubs — Marlborough ; Bachelors'. 
Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Edward Henry Bellew, b. 6 Feb. 1889 ; lieut. 
R.N.V.R. 1914 ; m. 20 July, 1912, Barbara Helen 
Mary, o. dau. of Henry Farnham Burke, C.V.O., 
C.B., Norroy King of Arms. Residence — 86, 
Cadogan Place, S.W. 

2. Bryan Bertram Bellew, b. 11 June, 1890 ; 
Ueut. 4th Batt. R.E. Irish Rifles 1914. 

1. Guendaline Ada. 

2. Ada Kate. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

3. Richard Courtenay Bellew, b. 16 July, 1898. 

4. George Rothe Bellew, b. 13 Dec. 1899. 

5. Patrick Herbert Bellew, b. 2 April, 1905. 

1. Hon. Annabella Mary, m. 18 June, 1857, Lt.- 
Gen.Conyer3Tower,C.B.,whod. 1 March, 1903. Resi- 
dence — Thomfleld, Rugby. 

2. Hon. Fermina Maria Magdalena, m. 7 May, 
1862, Capt. the Hon. Everard Stourton, whod. 
20 Feb. 1869, and has issue (see Mowbray, B.). 
Residence — Southgate, Castlebellingham, co. Louth. 



GRATTAN - BELLEW, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). 
Creat. 15 Aug. 1838. — Sir Henby Christopher 
Gbattan -Bellew, s. of late Thomas Arthur 
Grattan-Bellew, and Pauline, dau. and co-heiress 
of late Henry Grattan, M.P. B. 1 June, 1860 ; 
m. 11 Feb. 1885, Lady Sophia Maria Elizabeth, 
dau. of 7th E. of Granard ; sue. his uncle 1867; 
maj. 4th Batt. Connaught Rangers, late lieut; 
5th Dragoon Gda. ; D.L., J.P., co. Galway ; 
High Sheriff 1887. This family is descended 
from a common ancestor with the Bellews of 
Barmeath. Seat — Mount Bellew, co. Galway. 
Clt4)s — St. James's ; Kildare Street. Issue — 



1. Charles Christopher Grattan-Bellew, Heir 
b. 23 Aug. 1887 ; lieut. King's Roy. Rifle Corps. ' 

2. William Artlmr Grattan-Bellew, b. 15 Sept. 189:5. 

3. Thomas Henry Grattan-Bellew, b. 9 May, 1901. 

4. Arthur John Grattan-Bellew, b. 23 May, 1903. 

1. Helena Barbara. 

2. Moira Jane. 

3. Angela Mary. 
Sister living of pres. Bt. — 

1. Mary Helena, m. 7 July, 1885, 18th Baron Saltoun. 



BELLINGHAM, 4th Bt. (G.B.). Great. 
19 April, 1796. — Sir (Alan) Henry Belijng- 
ham, s. of 3rd Bt. B. 23 Aug. 1846 ; m. Ist, 
13 Jan. 1874, Lady Constance Julia Eleanor (d. 
8 April, 1891), dau. of 2nd Earl of Gainsborough ; 
m. 2nd, 11 June, 1895, Hon. Lelgarde Harry 
Florence, dau. of Lady Grey de Rvithyn, by 
Augustus Wykeham Clifton ; sue. his father 1889 ; 
ed. at Harrow and Oxford ; M.A. 1872 ; called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1875 ; capt. 6th Batt. 
Roy. Irish Rifles ; chamberlain to T.H. Popes Leo 
XIII. and Pius X. ; M.P. Louth 1 880-5 ; H.M. 
lieut. and J.P. co. Louth, vice-lieut. 1909-11 ; 
commr. of National Education in Ireland 1890 ; 
memb. of Senate of Roy. Univ. of Ireland (hon. 
LL.D. 1909) ; rep. in direct male descent Alan 
de Bellingham, temp. William the Conqueror. 
The family settled in Ireland during the Common- 
wealth, and rep. Louth in Pari, uninterruptedly 
from 1660-1775. The 1st Bt., 2nd creat., was 
sec. to William Pitt, and was creat. a Bt. with 
remainder to the heirs male of his father, under 
which his neph. sue. The Baronetcy conferred 
on an ancestor in 1620 became ex. 1650 on the 
death of 2nd Bt. Residence — CastlebelHngham, 
CO. Louth. Clubs — United Service ; United 
Universitj'. Issue — 

1. Edward Henry Charles Patrick Bellingham, 
Heir, b. 26 Jan. 1879 ; m. 11 June, 1904, Charlotte 
Elizabeth, dau. of Alfred Payne, and widow of Freder- 
ick Gough ; late lieut. Roy. Scots ; served in S. 
African war 1899. Addresses — British Legation, 
Guatemala ; 210, West 82nd Street, New York. 

2. Roger Charles Noel Bellingham, b. 28 April, 1884 ; 
A.D.C. to the Lord-Lieut, of Ireland from 1912 ; heut. 
Special Res. late R.F.A. ; m. 18 Jan. 1910, AUce Ann, 
dau. of the late Richard Naish, of Ballycullen, co. 
Limerick. Issue — 

1. Roger Carroll Patrick Stephen Bellingham, b. 23 

April, 1911. 

1. Constance Catherine Mary Pia. 

1. Ida Mary Bhzabeth Agnes, a nun of the Order of 
the Holy Child. 

2. Augusta Mary Monica, m. 6 July, 1905, John, 4th 
Marq. of Bute. 

Sir Alan [Edward Bellingham, 3rd Bt., D.L., M.A., 
b. 8 Oct. 1800 ; m. 12 .Ian. 1841, Elizabeth (d. 11 April, 
1887), o. c. of Henry Clarke, of West Skirbeek House, 
Lincolnshire, and d. 19 April, 1889. Issue — 

1. Sir Alan Henry Bellingham, pres. Bt. 

2. The late Rev. William Claypon Bellingham, b. 11 
Nov. 1847 ; rector of Kilsaran, co. Louth ; m. 22 Aug. 
1878, Susan Caroline (Residence — Dunany, Dunleer. 
CO. Louth), dau. of Ven. Ambrose Power, Archdn. of 
Lismore and d. 3 Oct. 1892. Issue — 

1. Eudo WilUam Alan Bellingham, b. 1884. 

1. Vera Susan. 

2. Alice Marian. 

1. Alice Sophia, m. 28 July, 1864, Sir Victor A. Brooke, 
3rd Bt. 

2. Charlotte Mary, m. 8 Feb. 1872, Rt. Hon. Frederick 
Stringer Wrench, P.C. 

3. Prances Anne Jane, m. 29 July, 1869, Richard 
Altamont S myth, and has issue . Residence — Lauragh, 
Queen's Co. 

4. Agnes Matilda, m. 3 Nov. 1875, Montagu Yeats- 
Brown, C.M.G., late H.B.M. consul at Boston, and 
has issue. Residence — II Castello, Portoflno, Italy. 

BELMORE, 5th EarL Creat. 20 Nov. 1797 ; 
Vise. Belmore. 6 Dec. 1789; Baron Belmore , 
6 Jan. 1781 (I.). — Abmar Lowry-Corry, s. of 
4th Earl. B. at Sydney, N.S.W., 5 May, 1870 ; 
sue. his father 1913 ; ed. at Winchester and 
Camb., M.A. 1895; barr.-at-law, Inner Temple, 
1897 ; D.L., J.P., C.C. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 
1895) ; J.P. Tyrone (High Sheriff 1901). The 
1st Peer • was Armar Lowry, whose father 
assumed the name of Corry (after the family of his 



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wife), and sat ia Pari, for Tyrone ; the fanuly of 
Lowry emigrated from Scotland. Residence — 
Castlc-coole. Enniskillen, Fermanagh. CInbs — 
Carlton: Northern Counties: Fermanagh; Co. 
Cavan : Tyrone Co. 

Arm\k Lowry-Corry, 3ru Eakl Belmore, b. 28 Dec. 
18dl- m 27 May, 1834, Eiiiilv Louise (d. 3 Jan. 1904). 
dau.'iuid eo-lieir of William Sliepherd, of Bradbouru, 
Kent, and d. 17 Dec. 1845. Issue— 

1 Somerset Bichard Lowry-Corry, 4th Earl 
BELMORE, b. 9 April, 1835 B.C., I. (1867), G.C.M.G. 
(1890) ; lieut. co. Tyroue ; J.P. Fermanagh and Kent ; 
M A Camb., M.R.I.A. ; a rep. peer for fifty-sl.x years ; 
Under See. of State Home Dept. 1866-7 ; Gov. and I 
Comnid.-in-Chief, N.S.W. 1867-72 ; one of the Lords 
Justices for Ireland on many occasions ; m. 22 Aug. 
1861, Anne Elizabeth Honoria (Residence — Castle- 
coole, Enniskillen), dan. of Capt. John Neilsou Glad- 
stone, E.N., M.P., and d. 6 April, 1913. Issue 
living — 

1 Armar Lowry-Corry, pres. Ear). 

2. Hon.Cecil Lowry-Corry, Heir PRES.,b. 20 March, 
1873 ; ed. at Wellington. Residence — Castlecoole, 
Enniskillen. Club — Fermanagh County. 
1 . Ladv Theresa. 

•' Ladv Florence, m. 12 Oct. 1893, Lt.-Col. John 
Henry 'Eden, H.M. Insp. of Constabulary {see 
Eden, Bt.). 

3. Lady Marv. 4. Lady Winifred. 5. Lady Edith. 1 
6. Ladv Alol'-t. 7. Lady Margaret. 
8. Ladv Dorothy. 9. Lady Kathleen. 

2 Adm. the Hon. Armar Lowry-Corry, R.N. (ret.), 
li -'5 May. 1836 ; m. 8 Feb. 1868, Geraldine (d. 8 Jan. [ 
1905), dau. of James King King, M.P., of Staunton 
Park, Herefordshire. Residence — 15, Warwick 
Square S.W. Club — United Service. Issue — 

1. Arthur Lowry-Corry, b. 21 Feb. 1869 ; m. 7 Dec. i 
1897, Kate Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. James Bullen. 
Residence — Puget Sound. Washington State, U.S.A. 

2. Rev. Gerald Lowry-Corry, R.C. Priest, b. 24 
Aug. 1871 : late Ueut. 2nd Batt. Cheshire Regt. i 
Address — The Oratory, Brompton, S.W. 
3 Capt. Adrian Lowry-Corry, A. Ord. Dept., late 
lieut. Roy. W. Kent Regt. ; b. 11 Feb. 1876 ; served 
in S. African war 1901-2 ; m. 11 Feb. 1909. Gerald- 
ine, dau. of William Thomas Hartcup, of Eastwood, 
Old Catton. Issue— 

Galbraith Armar Lowry-Corry, b. 14 April, 1913. 

4. Hubert Armar Lowry-Corry, b. 22 May, 1881. 
Residence — Argentina . 

5. Capt. Walter Lowry-Corry, b. 6 March, 1885, 23rd 
Punjaub Cav., Indian Army. 

1 . Rosamond Florence . 

2. Muriel, m. 4 March, 1905, Alexander Wallace Gil- 
mour, and has issue. Residences — Astley Abbotts, 
Shropshire ; 4, Upper Belgrave Street, S.W. 

3. Evelyn, m. 30 April, 1907, Charles WiUiam 
O'Conor and has issue. (Residence — The Rock, Lug- 
wardine, Hereford.) 

3. Col. the Hon. Henry William Lowry-Corry, late 
Colds. Gds., previously commdg. 12th Regimental 
List. (Bury St. Edmunds) ; b. 30 June, 1845 : D.L., 
J P., C.A., Sufiolk; vice-chrmn. Suffolk T.P.A. ; 
M.P. for Co. Tyrone 1873-80 ; M.A. Camb. ; in. 21 
.'^opt. 1876, Hon. Blanche Edith Wood, dau. of 1st 
Vise. Halifax, G.C.B. Residence — Bdwardstone Hall, 
Boxford, Suffolk. Clubs— Carlton; Travellers'. Issue— 

1. Henry Charles Lowry-Corry, lieut. R.H. A., b. 20 
Feb. 1887. 

2. Frederick Richard Henry Lowry-Corry, b. 13 
Mav, 1890 ; B.A. Camb.; F.G.S.; 2iid heut. R.A. 
1914. 

1. Emily Mary. m. 1 Feb. 1911, Sir Richard Nelson 
Rycroft, 5th Bt. 

2. Alice Irances Louisa. 

1 . Hon. Louisa Ann. m. 14 June, 1860, Lt.-Col. Richard 
Henry Magenis, 33rd Regt., who d. 4 Aug. 1880. 
Eesid'enci — 34, Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

2. Hon.FlorenceElizabcth, m. 6 April, 1876, William 
Edward King-King, of Staunton Court, Herefordshire, 
who d. 10 March, 1911, and has issue. Residence — 
Graftonhury, Hereford. 

BELPER, 3rd Baron (U.K.). Great. 29 Aug. 
Ig50. — Algernon Henby Steutt, s. of 2nd 
Baron. B. 6 May, 1883 ; sue. his father 1914 ; 
patron of two livings ; capt. 2nd Life Gds. ; 
late Notts I.Y. ; m. 26 April, 1911, Hon. Eva 
Isabel Marian, dau. of 2nd Baron Aberdare. 
Residences — Kingston Hall, Derby; 31, Cadogan 
Square, S.W. Clubs — Bachelors' ; Travellers' ; 
Marlborough. Issue — 

1.' HON. Alexander Ronald George Strutt, Heir, 

b.'23 April, 1912. 

2. Hon. Strutt, b. 31 Oct. 1914. 



Et. Hon. Edward Strutt, 1st B.uiox Belpeu, b. 26 
Oct. 1801: Lord-Lieut, of Notts; m. 28 March, 1837, 
Emily (d. 12 Dec. 1890), dau. of WilUam Otter, D.D., 
Bishop of Chichester ; M.P. for nearly a quarter of a 
century for Derby, Arundel, and Nottingham ; Chief 
Commissr. of Railways 1846-48 ; Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster 1853-54 : d. 30 June, 1880. Issue — 

1. Henry Strutt, 2nd Baron Belper. B. 20 May, 
1840 ; m. 2 May, 1874, Lady MARG.iRET COKE, dan. of 
Thomas, 2nd Ear! of Leicester ; and d. 24 July, 1914. 
Issue— 

1. Algernon Henry Strutt, pres. Baron. 

1. Hon. Norah, m. 20 Nov. 1911, Maj. Robert Lee 
Morris, Ind. Army. 

2. Hon. Lilian, m. 10 Jan. 1901, Vernon Austen 
Malcolmson (Club — Brooks's), and has issue. 
Residence — Aston Bury, Stevenage. 

3. Hon. Hilda, m. 23 Oct. 1906, Charles Israel Loraine 
AlUx, M.A., D.L., J.P. (Club— Jun. Carlton), and 
has issue. Residence — Penmadown, St. Germans, 
Cornwall. 

4. Hon. Margaret. 

5. Hon. Muriel. 

2. The late Hon. Arthur Strutt, b. 3 Marcli,1842 ; m. 
22 April, 1873, Alice Mary Elizabeth (Residence — 
Milford House, Bournemoulih), dau. of Ambrose Lisle 
March Phillips de Lisle, of Garendon Park, and Grace 
Dieu Manor, and d. 6 Feb. 1877. Issue — 

Capt. Edward Lisle Strutt, 3rd Batt. Eov. Scots, 
b. 8 Feb. 1874 ; served in S. Africa ; m. 10 Oct. 
1905, Florence Nina, dau. of Jolm R. HoUond, M.P., 
of Wouham, Bampton, Devon. Clubs — Travellers' ; 
White's ; Alpine ; New (Edinburgh). 

1. Hon. Sophia, m. 7 Sept. 1869, Sir Heurj- Denis Le 
Marchant, 2nd Bt. 

2. Hon. Caroline, m. 30 Aug. 1870, Sir Kenelm 
Edward Digby, G.C.B. {see Knightage). 

3. Hon. Mary Emily, m. 1st, 21 Aug. 1872, Henry 
Mark Gale Gale, of Scrutton Hall, Yorks, and has 
issue ; m. 2nd, 8 April, 1893, Henry Handford, M.D., 
and has issue. Residence — Elmfleld, Southwell, Notts. 

i 4. Hon. Ellen, m. 22 Oct. 1885, George Murray Smith, 
D.L., J. P., and has issue. Residence — Gumley Hall, 
Market Harborough. 



See BREADAI.BANE, 



BENEDERALOCH, Baron. 

Maeqltess of. 

BENDIGO (Victoria), 2nd Bishop of. Foundel 
1901. — Rt. Rev. John Douse Langley, D.D., 
c. of Henry Langley, of Bally Duff, Waterford, 
by Isabella, dau. of Rev. Henry Archdall. B. 
1830 ; m. 1866, Louisa, dau. of John H. Keys ; 
ed. at Tramore School. Trin. Coll., Dublin, and 
Moore Theological Coll., Sydney : ord. June 
1873, priest Dec. 1873 ; incumbent St. 
David's, Svdnev, 1875-82, and rector of St. 
Philip's 1882-1907 ; chap, to Archbishop 1893 ; 
archdeacon of Cumberland 1896 ; canon St. 
Andrew's Cath., Sydney, 1902 ; consec. to this see 
1907. Residence — Bishop's Court. Wliite Hills, 
Bendigo. Issue — 

1. Hentiy Archdall Langley, Solicitor, Sydney. 

2. John Hudson Langley, of the Pacific Phosphates 
Co., Ocean Island. 

3. Frederick Barker Langley, an officer of the Legis- 
lative Assembly, Sydney. 

1. Mary Aphra m. Charles Patterson, accountant, of 
Melbourne. 

2. Isabel Edwardes m. Rev. Seafield Devehar,of Cam- 
bridge. 

3. Louisa Elizabeth. 

BENN.Bt. Great. 15 July, 1914: Kiit.Bach.1906. 

— Sib John Williams Benn, s. of the Rev. Julius 

1 Benn, by Ann, dau. of William Tavlor, of Gerrards, 

Cheshire. B. 13 Nov. 1850 ; m. 1 July, 1873, Lily, 

dan. of late JohnPickstone, of Hjrde,Che.shire : ed. 

privately ; is a newspaper proprietor ; memb. of 

London Countv Council since its establishment in 

1889 : vice-chrmn. 1895-6 ; clmnn. 1904 : M.P. 

1 St. George's-in-the-East 1892-5, and Devonport 

, 1904-10 ; contested Deptford 1897, Bermondsey 

1900, and Clapham Dec. 1910 ; D.L., J.P. co. of 

London. Residence — The Old KJnoU, Blackheath, 

S.E. Club — National Liberal. 

Issue, three sons and two dans. — 

W. Wedgwood Benn, 2nd son, b. 10 May, 1877 ; ed. 

in Paris and at Univ. Coll., London, B.A. 1898 ; .ALP. 

(L.) St. George's div. Tower Hamlets since 1906: a 

Junior Lord of the Treasury since 1910 ; rep. of H.M. 

Office of Works in House of Commons since 1912. 

Residence— The Old Knoll, Blacklieath. 



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BERESFOBD, 

Marquess of. 



Baron. 



See VVaterfobd, 



BERKELEY, 8th Earl of. Great. II Sept. 
1679; Vise. Dursley, 1679 (Eng.). — Randal 
Thomas Mowbuay Rawdon Bebkelky, s. of 
7th Earl. B. 31 Jan. 1865 ; m. 9 Nov. 1887, 
Kate (d. 29 March, 1898), dau. of William Brand, 
and widow of Arthur Jackson ; sue. his fatlier 
1888 ; F.R.S. ; late lieut. R.N. The title of the 
pres. peer to the earldom was confirmed by the 
House of Lords in 1891, in opposition to Lord 
Fitzhardinge, who claimed by descent from a s. 
of 5th Baron b. previously to a marriage of that 
peer with Mary Cole in 1796, though subsequently 
to an alleged marriage in 1785 which was held 
not to have been proved (vide Fitzhardinge). 
The 1st Earl was 9th Baron Berkeley (by writ 
of summons). The claim to the title having been 
disallowed in 1811, the pres. peer is the first 
representative of the title who has taken his seat 
in the House of Lords for nearly 100 years. Resi- 
dence — Foxcombe, Boar's Hill, Wootton, Berks. 
Club — Army and Navy. Issue — None. 

George Lennox Eawdon Berkeley, 7th Earl of 
Berkeley, m. 2'Z Feb. i860, Cecile, Hon. Lady Pellew, 
da,u. of Count Edouard de Melfort Drumniond, and d. 
27 Aug. 1888. Issue— 

Randal Thomas Mowbray Rawdox Berkeley, pros. 

Earl. 

BERKELEY, Baroness (Eng.). Great. 20 Oct. 
1421. — Eva Maey Foley, dau. of the late Baroness 
Berkeley, and Maj.-Gen. Gustavus Hamilton Lock- 
wood Milman, R.A. B. 4 March, 1875; m. 5 Aug. 
1903, Lieut. -Col. Frank Wigram Foley, D.S.O., 
commdg. 5th Batt. Roy. Berks Regt. ; sue. her 
mother 1899 ; is heir general to the earldom of 
Ormond (Ireland), by direct descent from 1st Earl, 
Sir Thomas Boleyn, K.G., father of Anne Boleyn, 
and claims to be co -heiress to the barony of Braose, 
of Gower (see Dormant title. ). This title had its 
origin by writ of summons directed to James de 
Berkeley inl421 ; the 9th Baron was creat. Earl 
of Berkeley in 1679 ; at the death of the 6th Earl 
the earldom descended to the heir male (the 
7th Earl of Berkeley), while the barony devolved 
upon the heir general. Residence — Martins 
Heron, Bracknell, Berks. Issue — 

1. Hox. Mary Lalle Foley, Heiress to Barony, 
b. 9 Oct. 1905. 

2. Hon. Cynthia Ella. 

BERKSHIRE, Earl of. See Suffolk, Eabl of. 

BERNARD, Vise. See Bandon, Eabl of. 

BERNARD, Baronetcy. Ext. 8 May, 1883; 
creat. 5 April, 1769. — The late Sir Thomas 
Tyeingham Bebnard, 6th Bt. B. 15 Sept. 1791 ; 
M.P. for Aylesbury 1837-65 ; m. 2 6 July, 1819, 
Sophia Ghablotte (d. 15 May, 1837), o. c. 
of Sir David Williams, 7th Bt., and d. 8 May, 
1883. Issue living — • 
Sophia Elizabeth, ni. 13 June, 1861, Josepli Napier 
Higgins, Q.C. who d. 17 Dec. 1899, and has issue. Resi- 
dences — 24, The Boltons, S.W. ; Wickendon Priory, 
Aylesbury. 

BERNERS, Baroness (Eng.). Great. 2G May, 
1455. — Emma Haebiet Tyewhitt, o. surv. 
0. of late Rev. the Hon. Robert Wilson (o. 
bro. of 5th Baron Berners) by his 2nd wife, Har- 
riet, dau. and co-heir of Col. George Crump, and 
widow of John Wilson Sheppard. B. 18 Nov. 
1835 ; m. 3 Nov. 1853, Sir Henry Thomas Tyr- 
whitt, Bt. (d. 26 Jan. 1894) ; sue. her uncle, 
Henry William Wilson, 5th Baron, 1871 ; patron 
of 1 living. This peerage, which fell into abey- 
ance in 1743, was called out in 1832, in favour 
of the great-uncle of the Baroness. It had its 
origin by writ of summons directed to Sir John 
Bourchier, K.G. ; his grands, d. without issue, 
and that Peer's dau. m. Edmund Knyvet, whose 
descendant, Elizabeth Knyvet, m. Henry Wilson, 
of Didlington, Norfolk ; and from this marriage 



the pres. holder derives her title. Residence — 
Ashwell Thorpe, Norwich. Issue — 

1. Hon. Sir Raymond Robert Tyrwhitt-Wilson, 
4th Bt. 

2. Tlie late Coniniodoro tlie Hon. Hugh Tyrwhitt, 
R.N., C.V.O., C.S.I., b. 14 July, 1856 ; A.U.C. to thu 
King, priv. sec. to tlie First Lord of the Admiralty 
1902-1905 ; ni. 10 Aug. 1882, Julia Mary (m. 2nd, 
18 Nov. 1908, Col. William Ward Bennitt ; Residence 
— • ), dau. of William Ornie 
Foster, M.P., of .\pley Park, Salop, and d. 26 Oct. 
1907. Issue- 
Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt, b. 18 Sept. 1883. Resi- 
dence — 28, Egerton Gardens, S.W. 

3. Hon. Clement Tyrwhitt, b. 21 Oct. 1857 ; m. 25 Nov. 
1884, Annette, dau. of W. Webb. 

4. Ma.j. the Hon. Rupert Tyrwhitt, late R.A., b. 25 
May, 1859 ; m. 15 Nov. 1900, Louise Isabel Frances, 
dau. of Walter Fox Williamson Wells, I.C.S. Issue — 

Lionel Rupert Knyvet Tyrwliitt, b. 9 Aug. 1903. 
Vera Ruby. 

5. Hon. Pliilip Bourchier Tyrwhitt, b. 28 Nov. 1861 ; 
late sub-lieut. R.N. ; ni. 6 Dec. 1905, Grace Agnes, 
dau. of late John May, of Westport, co. Mayo. Resi- 
dence — 1,070 Hornby Street, Vancouver, B.C. 

6. Rev. the Hon. Leonard Francis Tyrwhitt, M.V.O. 
(1906), b. 29 Oct. 1863; ed. at Camb., M.A. ; ord. 
1886, cur. of Henley 1886-91, of Hendou 1891-95, 
vie. of Fenton, Staffs, 1895-1907, rector of Rolleston, 
Staffs, since 1907 ; chaplain in ord. to tlie King since 
1899, chaplain to H. M.S. " Renown " 1905-6|; vice-prov. 
of Denstone Coll. since 1906 ; canon of St. George's, 
Windsor, since 1910 ; Clwplain to the Forces, 1914. 
Residences — Rolleston Rectory, Burton-on-Trent ; 
Tlie Cloisters, Windsor Castle. Club — Wellington. 

7. Hon. John Tyrwhitt, b. 14 Sept. 1876. 

1. Hon. ArdynMary, m. 11 April, 1887, Francis, 
Vise. Knollys. 

2. Hon. Siliyl Grace, m. 14 Feb. 1895, James Volant 
Wheeler, LL.M., J.P., and has issue. Residence — 
Bitterley Court, Ludlow. 

3. Hon. Hester Efa. 



BERNEY, 10th Bt. (Eng.). Great. 5 May, 
1620. — Sib Thomas Reedham Bebney, s. of 
late Gapt. T. H. Berney. B. 6 July, 1893 ; sue. 
his grandfather 1907 ; 2nd lieut. Norfolk Regt. 
1914; is patron of 1 living. The 1st Bt. 
was Sheriff of Norfolk in 1622. Residences — 
The Hollies, Winkfield Row, Bracknell, Berks ; 
Barton Bendish, Norfolk. 

Sir Henhy Hanson Berney, 9Tn Bt., b. 30 Nov. 
1843 ; m. 31 Jan. 1866, Jane Dorothy (Residence — 
9, Clarendon Crescent, Leamington), dau. of the late 
Rev. Andrew Bloxam, and d. 27 Feb. 1907. Issue — 

1. Capt. Tliomas Hugh Berney, Prince of Wales' 
Own West Yorks Regt., b. 17 Oct. 1866 ; m. 2 July, 
1892, Fridzwede Katherine (Residence — The Hollies, 
Winkfield Row, Bracknell), dau. of Lt.-Col. F. W. 
Bell, of Stand House, Pcrmoy, and was killed in action 
at Monte Cristo, Natal, 18 Feb. 1900. Issue- 

1. Sir Thomas Reedham Berney, pres. Bt. 

2. Richard Geoffrey Gordon Berney, Heir 
Pres., b. 19 Jan. 1897. 

2. Ricliard William Berney, b. 20 Dec. 1867 ; served 
in S. Africa 1901-2. in S.A. Constabulary ; m. 25 June, 
1913, Maria Theresa, dau. of late Rev. Leslie Carter. 
Residences — Brakfontein, DealsviUe ; Langnug, 
Boshof, O.R.C. 

3. John Hanson Berney, b. 22 Nov. 1868 ; m. 2 April, 
1900, Margaret, dau. of Sinclair George, of N.Z. Resi- 
dence — Matai Hui, Tharana Valley, Wellington, N.Z. 
Issue — 

1. Hugh Barton Berney, b. 11 Jan. 1902. 

2. Henry Hanson Berney, b. 31 Jan. 1906. 

3. John Reedham Berney, b. 8 Nov. 1911. 

4. Robert Henry Berncv, b. 5 May, 1871 ; ed. at 
Camb., B.A. ; m. 24 Dec. 1904, Edith Ann, dau. of 
late Daniel Wilson, of Old Hall, Sandal Magna. Resi- 
dence — Ulverscroft, High Wycombe. 

5. Alexander David Berney, b. 20 Sept. 1877. 

1. Mary Agnes. 

2. Jane Dorothy Elizabeth, m. 3 July, 1907, Henry 
Dubs Middleton, and has issue. R.esidence — 8, West- 
field Terrace, Chapel Allorton. 

3. Catherine Ann, m. 24 Aug. 1904, Robert William 
Thomas Ewart, and has issue. Residence — The Elms, 
Montrose, N.B. 

BERRIED ALE, Baron. See Caithness, Eabl of. 

BERTIE, Privy Counsellor. — Rt. Hon. Sir 
Fbancis Leveson Bebtie, G.G.B., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O. {see Knightage). 



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BERWICK, 8th Baron (G.B.). Great. 19 
May, 1784. — Thomas Henky Noel-Hill, s. of 
Rev. the Hon. Thomas Noel Noel-Hill (s. (twin 
with 7th Baron) of 4th Baron), by Frederica 
Sarah, dau. of Rev. W. D. Morrice, canon of 
Sarum. B. 2 June, 1877 : sue. his uncle 1897 ; 
ed. at Oxford, B.A. 1901 : lieut. Terr. Force 
Reserve, late Shropshire Y. : hon. attache to 
British Embassy in Paris since 1903. The 1st 
Baron represented Shropshire in 3 parliaments. 
Residences — Attingham Park, Shrewsbury : 8, 
Clarges Street, W. Clubs — St. James's ; 
Carlton ; Bachelors'. 
Heir Pres., liis kinsman Ch.^rles Michael Went- 
WORTH NoEI,-HlLL, s. of Rev. Charles Noel-Hill, grand- 
son of 4th Baron, by Kdith Mary, dau. of Eev. Eiou 
George Benson, rector of Hope Bowdler, Salop ; b. 
4 March, 1897. 
Sister living — 

Hon. Marv Selina (pat. of precedence, 27 April, 1901). 
Richard Henry Noel-Hill, 7th Barox Berwick, b. 
13 May, 1847 ; m. 6 June, 18(i9, Kllex (Residence— 43, 
Clanricarde Gardens, W.), dau. of Henry Nystrom, of 
Malmoe, Sweden, and d. 2 Nov. 1897, and was sue. by 
his nepli., tlie pres. Baron. 



BESSBOROUGH, 8th Earl of. Great. 6 
Oct. 1739 : Vise. Dnncaiinon. 28 Feb. 1723 ; 
Baron of Bessborough, 11 Sept. 1721 (Irel.); 
Baron Ponsonby, 12 June, 1749 (G.B.). and 
Baron Duncannon, 19 July, 1834 (U.K.), by 
which last two titles he holds his seat in the House 
of Lords ; C.V.O. 1902; C.B. (civ.) 1895.— Ed- 
ward Ponsonby, s. of 7th Earl. B. 1 March, 1851 ; 
m. 22 April, 1875, Blanche Vere, dau. of the 
late Sir John Guest ; sue. his father 1906 : lieut. 
R.N. (ret.) ; called to the Bar (Imier Temple) 
1879 ; sec. to the Speaker 1884-95 ; J.P. Middle- 
sex and Carlow : Sheriff Carlow- 1898, D.L., J.P. 
Kilkenny ; a Knight of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England since 1908. 
This ancient family derives its name from the 
lordship of Ponsonby in Cumberland, which its 
progenitor acquired at the Conquest. The first 
setter in Ireland was Sir John Ponsoiiby, a 
col. of horse in the service of Cromwell. The 
2nd Vise Duncannon received the earldom of 
Bessborough, and his 2nd s. was John Ponsonby, 
speaker of the Irish House of Commons. The 
4th Earl was a distinguished minister, and d. 
lord-lieut. of Ireland. Residences — 17, Caven- 
dish Square, W. ; Bessborough, Piltown, co. 
Kilkenny. Club — Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Vere BrabazoxPonsoxby, Vise. DrscANNOx.HEiR, 
b. 27 Oct. 1880 ; m. 25 ,Tune, 1912, Roberte, dau. of 
Baron de Neuflize of Paris ; ed. at Harrow and Camb. ; 
B.A. 1901 ; barr. Inner Temple : lieut. Bucks. I.Y. ; 
contest. Carmarthen 1906 ; M.P. for Cheltenham Jan.- 
Dec. 1910, and for Dover since 1913 ; memb. L.C.C. 
1907-10. Residences — Garryhill, Bagnalstown, co. 
Carlow ; 22, Portland Place, W. Issue — 

Hon. John Edward Neuflize Ponsonbv, b. 29 March, 
1913. 

2. Capt. the Hon. Cyril Myles Brabazon Ponsonbv, 
M.V.O. (1909), Gren."Gds., b. 16 Nov. 1881 ; ed. at 
R.M.C. Sandhurst, served in S.A. war : A.D.C. to 
H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught 1906-9 : m. 20 July, 
1911, Rita Narclssa, dau. of Lt.-Col. Mountifort J. C. 
Longfield, of Castle Mary, co. Cork. Residence — 44, 
Gloucester Square, W. Clubs — Turf ; Guard^. 

I-ssue — 

Arthur Mountifort Longfield Ponsonby (H.R.H. 
the Duke of Connaught, sponsor), b. 11 Dec. 1912. 

3. Hon. Bertie Br.abazon Ponsonby, b. 10 Feb. 1885 ; 
ed. at Camb., B.A. ; Barr.-at-law, Inner Temple ; 
lieut. Bucks. Yeo. 

1. Lady Olwen Verena, m. 2 Jan. 1901, Geoffrey, 3rd 
Baron Oranmore and Browne. 

2. Lady Helena Blanelie Irene, m. 26 July, 1904, 
John Congreve, D.L., .T.P., and has issue. Residences 
— 18, Russell Square, W. ; Mount Congreve, Waterford. 

3. Lady Gweneth Frida, m. 10 July, 1913, Hon. Wind- 
ham Baring {see Cromer, E. of). 

John William Ponsonby, 4th Earl of Bessborouoh, 
b. 31 Aug. 1781 ; Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1846-47 ; m. 
16 Nov. 1805, Lady Maria Fane, dau. of John, 10th Earl 
of Westmorland, and d. 16 May. 1847. Issue — 

1. John George Brabazon Ponsonby, 5th Earl of 
BESSBOROrOH, b. 14 Oct. 1809 ; d. 28 Jan. 1880. 

2. Frederick Georoe Brabazon Ponsonby, 6th 



Earl of Bessborough, b. 11 Sept. 1815 ; d. unm. 11 
March, 1895. 

3. Walter William Brabazon Ponsonby, 7th Earl 
OF Bessborough, b. 13 Aug. 1821 ; ed. at Camb., 
M.A. ; m. 15 Jan. 1850, Lady Susan Cornwallis Eliot 
(d. 15 Jan. 1911). dau. of Edward, 3rd Earl of St. Ger- 
mans, and d. 24 Feb. 1906. Issue — 

1. Edward Ponsonby, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Cyril Walter Ponsonby, b. 8 Sept. 1853 ; 
IXL., London; m. 19 Sept. 1893, Emily H. Eyre, 
dau. of Rev. H. Addington, of Henlow Grange, 
Beds. Residence — 53, Draycott Place, S.W. Issue 

1. Cyril Thomas Ponsonby, b. 30 Oct. 1894. 

2. Michael Henry Ponsonby, b. 22 June, 1896. 

3. Hon. Granville Ponsonby, b. 13 Sept. 1854 ; 
Cliief of Police, St. Lucia, W. Indies ; late Inspector 
of Constabulary, Jamaica, and of the Civil Serv. ; m. 
10 June, 1879, Mabel, dau. of Hon. Charles Jackson, 
of St. Anne's, Jamaica. Residence — Choe, Castries, 
St. Lucia. 

4. Hon. Arthur Cornwallis Ponsonby, b. 8 Jan. 
1856 ; m. 17 Aug. 1892, Kathleen Evelyn, dau. of 
the late Henrv Sillery. Residence — 1, Stafford 
House, Maida Hill, W. 

5. Hon. Walter Gerard Ponsonby, b. 31 July, 1859 ; 
Barr.-at-law (Inner Temple). Residence — 87, St. 
George's Road, S.W. Club — Marlborough. 

1. Ladv Maria. 

2. Lady Etliel Jemima, m. 28 Feb. 1883, George, 
2nd Baron Raglan. 

3. Lady Sara Kathleen, m. 26 June, 1883, Maj. 
Charles Lancelot Andrews Skinner, and has issue. 
Residence — 57, Eccleston Square, S.W. 

4. Rt. Hon. Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby 
Fane, P.C, G.C.B. (see Knightage). 

BETHELL, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 26 
June. 1911 ; Knt. Bach. 1906. — Sib John 
Bethell, s. of late George Bethell, of Woodford , 
Essex. B. 23 Sept. 1861 ; m. 30 May, 1895, 
Florence, dau. of James Woolley Wyles. of Essex 
House, East Ham ; J.P. Essex ; M.P. for Rom- 
ford, Essex, since 1906, after several unsuccessful 
attempts to enter Parliament. Residence — 
Park House. Wanstead, Essex. Clubs — Na- 
tional Liberal ; Reform ; City Liberal. Issue — 

1. Frank Harry Bethell, b. at Romford, Essex, 
18 May, 1896 ; ed. .at Harrow. 

2. John Raymond Bethell, b. 23 Oct. 1902. 

3. WiUiaTn Gladstone Bethell, b. 11 April, 1904. 

1. Dorothy Frances. 

2. Grace. 

3. Phyllis. 

BEVERLEY, Earl of. See Northumberland, 
Duke of. 

BEVERLEY, Bishop Suffragan of. — Rt. 

Rev. Robert J.arratt Crosthwaite, D.D., s. 
of Rev. Benjn. Crosthwaite, hon. canon of Ripon, 
and vie. of Knaresborough, by Charlotte Rebekah, 
dau. of Rev. Robert Jarratt, vie. of Wellington, 
Somerset. B. 13 Oct. 1837 ; m. 1st 15 Aug. 
1867. Eleanor Frances (d. 7 May. 1885). dau. of 
Rev. Philip Simpson. Metham Hall, Yorks ; m. 
2nd, 1887, Anne Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Wm. 
Moore Crosthwaite, Prebendary of Cork and 
rector of Drimoleaguo, co. Cork ; ed. at Leeds 
Grammar School and Camb. : 8th wrangler 
1860: D.D. 1891: fellow of Trin. Coll. 1862; 
ord. 1862 ; cur. of North Cave 1862 : sec. and 
chaplain to Archbishop of York 1866 ; cur. of 
Bishopthorpe 1866 ; vie. of Waghen-Wawne 
1869-74 ; vie. of Brayton 1874-83 : vie. of St. 
Lawrence, York, 1883-5 ; rector of Bolton Percy 
1885 : prebendary of York, examining chaplain 
to Archbishop of York, and R.D. of Selby 1883 ; 
archdeacon and R.D. of York 1884 ; consec. 
bishop s\iffragan of Beverley for York 1889 ; 
prolocutor of the Lower House of the Convoca- 
tion of York 1908. Residence — Bolton Percy 
Rectory, Yorkshire. Issue — 

1. Robert Crosthwaite, b. 23 May, 1868 ; m. 6 Aug. 
1896, Augusta Bertha EUzabeth Raigersfleld, dau. of 
Charles Raigersfleld Whatman. 

2. Rev. Arthur Crosthwaite, b. 2 Nov. 1870 ; m. 16 
Feb. 1909, Kate Louisa, dau. of Samuel John Barlow. 

3. William Henry Crosthwaite, b. 21 April, 1883 ; 
m. 24 Aug. 1910, Gertrude Annie Hastings, dau. of 
Rev. Charles Medhurst, vie. of Collingham, Yorkshire. 
1. Margaret. 2. Mildred. 3. Lucia. 4. Agnee. 



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BIDDULPH of Ledbury, 1st Baron (U.K.). i 
Great. 1 Aug. 1903. — Michael Biddulph, s. 
of Robert Biddulph, of Ledbury, D.L., J.P., 
M.P. for Hereford, by Elizabeth, dau. of 
George Palmer, of Nazing Park, Essex, M.P. for 
South Essex. B. 17 Feb. 1834 ; m. 1st, 9 Aug. 
1864, Adelaide Georgiana (d. 22 May, 1872), dau. 
of Rt. Hon. Gen. Peel, of Marble Hill, Twicken- 
ham ; 2nd 16 July, 1877, Lady Elizabeth 
Philippa (bedchamber woman to Q. Victoria, has 
V.A. ), dau. of Charles Philip, 4th Earl of Hard- 
■wicke, and widow of Henry John Adeane, M.P. 
of Brabaham, Cambs. ; ed. at Harrow ; M.P. 
for Herefordshire 1865-1900. Is a partner in 
banking firm of Cocks, Biddulph & Co., and a 
director of Economic Life Assurance Co. ; D.L., 
J. P. Hereford, and J. P. Glos. Residences — 
The Park, Ledbury, Hereford ; Kemble 
House, Cirencester ; 19, Ennismore Gardens, 
S.W. Clubs — Reform ; Brooks's. 

Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Hon. John Michael Gordon Biddulph, b. 19 
Nov. 1869 ; m. 10 Nov. 1896, Marjorie Susan Caro- 
line, dau. of late Col. Wm. Mure, of Caldwell ; ed. at 
Eton and Oxford ; partner in banking firm of Cocks, 
Biddulph & Co. ; govr. of Guy's Hospital ; D.L., 
J.P. Hereford. Residence — G, Eaton Place, S.W. 
Clubs — Brooks's ; Travellers'. Issue — 

1. aOchaenVimam John Biddulph, b.6 March, 1898. 

2. Rupert Arthur Biddulph, b. 1 July, 1904. 

1. Adelaide Mary. 

2. Marv Constance. 

2. Hon. Claud William Biddulph, b. 8 Feb. 1871 ; 
1) Jj., Hereford ; m. 12 Dee. 1906, Margaret, dau. of 
Alfred John Howard. Residence — 9, Chesham Place, 
S.W. Club — Brooks's ; Bachelors'. Issue — ■ 

Anthony Biddulph, b. 18 Aug. 1910. 

1. Hon. Edith Mary, m. 1891, Charles Wentworth 
Bell, D.L., J.P., and has issue. Residence — Bronsil, 
Eastnor, Hereford. 

2. Hon. Violet Maud. 



BIDDULPH, 8th Bt. (Eng.). Great. 2 Nov. 
1664. — Sir Theophilus George Biddulph. 
s. of 7th Bt., by Hon. Mary Agnes, dau. of 
Kenelm, 17th Baron Somerville (title dormant), 
B. 13 April, 1874 ; m. 21 Sept. 1907, Eleanor, 
dau. of late Samuel Thompson, of Muckamore 
Abbey, co. Antrim ; sue. his father 1883 : patron 
of r living. Seat — Birdingbury Hall, Warwick- 
shire. 

Heir Pees., his kinsman Lt. -Col. William Hugh Bid- 
dulph (s. of William Wallicli Biddulph, gfc.-grands. of 
4th Bt.), b. 2 June, 1869 ; m. 20 Feb. 1892, Annette 
Louisa, dau. of Lt.-Col. Harcourt Master, 4th Light 
Dragoons ; It.-col. commdg. Ceylon planters R.C. ; 
maj. Res. of Officers; J.P. and patron of the li^'lng 
of Frankton. Address — Kirklees, Naapussellawa, Cey- 
lon. 

BILSLAND, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 26 Nov. 
1907. — Sir William Bilsland. s. of James 
Bilsland, Ballat, Stirhngshire, and Anne. dau. of 
William Blair, Spittal of Killearn. Stirlingshire. 
B. at Ballat, Stirhngshire, 17 March, 1847 ; m. 
16 Sep. 1885, Agnes Anne, dau. of Alexander 
Steven, of Provanside, Glasgow ; ed. at Vale of 
Leven, Dumbartonshire ; LL.D. Glasgow ; lord 
provost of Glasgow and Lord-Lieut, of Glasgow 
1905-8 ; a trustee for national gallery of Scot- 
land ; D.L.. J.P. Glasgow, Lanarks. Resi- 
dence — 28, Park Circus, Glasgow. Clubs — 
Art ; Western (Glasgow) ; University (Edin). 
Issue — 
1. Alexander Steven Bilsland, b. in Glasgow, 
13 Sept. 1892 : ed. at Glasgow Acad, and Camb. 

1. Agnes Anne. 

2. Helen Isobel. 

BINGHAM, Baron. See Lucan, Earl of. 

BINGHAM, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 12 
Dec. 1903. — Sir John Edward Bingham, s. of 
late Edward Bingham (d. 7 Aug. 1880), of 
Broomgrove Lodge, Sheffield, and Emma (d. 3 
March, 1899), dau. of Hy. Dyson, of The Firs, 
Tinsley.Yorks. B. 27 Julv, 1839 ; m. 9 March, 1863, 



Maria, dau. of the late Wm. Fawcett, of Clarke 
House, Sheffield ; ed. at Bramham Coll.. Yorks. ; 
hon. col. late 1st W.Y.R.E. (V.D.), which he 
commanded for 18 years ; niily. meinb. W.R. of 
Yorks. Terr. Force Assocn. ; hon. col. W. Riding 
Divisional Engrs. since April, 1908 ; twice 
Master Cutler of Sheffield, 1881 and 1884 : J.P. 
city of Sheffield. Residence — West Lea, Sheffield. 
Clubs — Constitutional ; St. Stephen's. 
Albert Edward Bingham, b. 23 Nov. 186S ; m. 
2 Aug. 1893, Lucy, dau. of the late D. L. McAllum, 
of Gosforth ; ed. at Blairlodge, N.B. ; It.-col. late 
1st W.Y.R.E. (V.) ; V.D. ; mily. memb. W.R. of 
Yorks. Terr. Force Assocn. ; now commdg. R.E.,W.R. 
divsn. (T.F.). Residence — Ranby House, near Ret- 
ford. Issue — 
Esme Lyle. 

BINNING, Baron. See Haddington, E. of. 

BIRKBECK, Baronetcy. Ext. 2 Sept. 1908 ; 
creat. 9 March, 1880. The late Sir Edward Birk- 
beck, Bt., K.C.V.O.. b. 11 Oct. 1838; M.P. 
for N. Norfolk 1879-86, for E. Norfolk 1886-92 ; 
chairman Roy. Nat. Life Boat Inst., Public 
V/orks, Commissr., chairman International Fisher- 
ies Exhib. 1883, D.L., J.P., Norfolk ; m. 18 April, 
1866, Hon. Mary Augusta. Residences — 9, Wil- 
ton Crescent, S.W. ; Mill on Bure, Buxton, Norfolk ; 
dau. of 1st Baron Hylton, and d. 2 Sept. 1908. 

BIRKIN, 1st Bt. (U.K.), Creat. 26 July, 
1905. — Sir Thomas Isaac Birkin. s. of the 
late Richard Birkin (d. 9 Oct. 1870). J.P.. of 
Aspley Hall, Notts, and Marv Ann, dau. of Th' jmas 
Walker, of Trowell, co. Notts. B. 1831 : m. 
9 Oct. 1856, Harriet, dau. of M. Tebbutt. of 
Bluntisham, St. Ives ; D.L., J.P., Notts, 
sheriff 1892 ; a director of the G. N. R. 
Residence — The Grange, Ruddington, Notts. 
Clubs — Reform ; British Empire ; Notts. County. 
Issue — 

1. Thomas Stanley Birkin, b. 18 Oct. 1857 ; m. 
2 June, 1894, the Hon. Margaret Diana Hopetoun 
(raised to the rank of a Viscount's dau. by royal war- 
rant 1911), dau. of the late Capt. Hon. Henry Weyland 
Chetwynd, R.N. Residence^ 

Issue — 

1. Thomas Charles Chetwj'nd Birkin. b. 5 March, 
1895. 

2. Henry Ralph Stanley Birkin, b. 26 July, 1896. 

3. Charles Archibald Cecil Birkin, b. 30 March, 1905. 
1. Margaret Ida Maud. 

2. Alexander P^ussell Birkin, b. 9 Sept. 1861. 

3. Lieut.-Col. Richard LesUe Birkin, D.S.O. (19(0), 
b. 2 Feb. 1863 ; late maj. S. Notts. Hussars Imp. Yeo. ; 
served in S.A. 1900-2 ; Residence — Edale House, 
The Park, Nottingham. 

4. Lieut.-Col. Charles Wilfrid Birkin, b. 11 Feb. 1865 ; 
commanding 7th Batt. Notts, and Derbyshire Regt., 
D.L., J.P., Notts.; m. 2 July, 1892, Claire Lloyd, dau. of 
Alexander Howe of New York. Residence — Lamcote, 
Radclitfo-on-Trent, Notts. Oubs — Boodles" ; County 
(Notts.). Issue — 

1. Charles Lloyd Birkin, b. 24 Sept. 1907. 

1. Winifred May, ni. 9 July, 1913, William Dudley 
Ward. Clubs— Bath ; Wyndham ; Brooks' ; Re- 
form. M.P. for Southampton. Residenci. — 42, 
Great Cumberland Place, W. 

2. Violet Hilda Margaret. 

3. Vera Lilian. 

5. Philip Austen Birkin, b. 24 Sept. 1869 ; Capt. 
Sherwood Rangers ; m. 6 Nov. 1900, Frances Emily, 
dau. of Joseph Littlewood, J.P., of the Park, Notting- 
ham. Issue — 

Effie PhiUppa. 

6. Harry Lawrence Birkin, b. 17 March, 1872 ; Maj. 
S. Notts. Hussars ; served in S.A. war : m. 29 April, 
1909, OUve Isobel, dau. of Rev. Henry Charles Russell. 
Residence — Woodside, Chilwell, Notts. Issue — 

1. Peter Lawrence Birkin, b. 17 March, 1910. 

2. James Michael Birkin, b. 23 April, 1912. 

1. Harriet Maud, m. 28 July, 1883, Cecil Edward 
Willoughby, late R.N., and his issue. 

2. Hilda Mary. 

3. Ethel Lilian. 

BIRMINGHAM of Kells, Baron. See Goa- 

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BIRMINGHAM, 2nd Bishop of. Founded 1 
1904. — Right Rev. Henry Russell Wake- 
field, s. of F. Wakefield, of Broomfield, co. 
Wicklow. and Emily, dau. of Leatham Howard. 
B. at Mansfield. Notts, 1 Dec. 1854 ; m. 8 Sept. 
1878, Frances Sophia, dau. of Henry Dallaway ; 
ed. at Tonbridge school, the Lycee Bona- 
parte (Paris), Bonn (Germany), and Oxford ; 
originally intended for diplomatic service ; ord. 
1877 ; cur. St. Peter's, Vauxhall. 1877-8, of 
Barnes 1878-81, of All Saints', Swancombe 
1881-3 ; vie. St. Michael and All Angels with 
Ch. Ch., Lower Sydenham, 1883-8, of Sandgate 
1888-94 ; rec. St. Mary's, Bryanston Sq. 1894- 
1909; dean of Norwich 1909-11; consec. 
Bp. of Birmingham, 1911 ; was lect. on Eng. 
Liter. Crystal Palace 1887-91 ; memb. L.S.B. 
1897-1900 ; preb. St. Paul's 1908-9 ; fellow 
commr. of St. Cath. Coll., Canib. : twice mayor 
of Marylebone : member Royal Commn. on the 
Poor Laws and Relief of Distress ; was chrmn. 
Central Committee for the LTnemployed in London, 
and memb. exec, coinmittee National Anti- 
Sweating League. The see of Birmingham, 
founded in accordance with the Act passed in 
1904, comprises part of the former sees of Worces- 
ter and Lichfield. Residence — Bishop's Croft, 
Birmingham. Clubs — Reform ; Athenseum. 
Issue — 

1. Henry Francis Howard Wakefield, b. 1 Feb. 1880. 

2. Herbert Kussell Wakefield, b. 9 May, 1888. 

3. Gilbert Edward Wakefield, b. 23 April, 1892. 

1. Emily Mary, m. 6 Feb. 1912, Capt. Edward Archi- 
bald Beck, Eoy. Scots. Fus. | 

BIRRELL, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1905. I 
— Rt. Hon. Augustine Bierell. youngest s. | 
of Rev. Charles Mitchell Birrell, Nonconformist 
minister, of Liverpool, by Harriet .Jane, dau. of j 
Rev. Henry Grev, D.D., of Edinburgh. B. 
1850 ; m. 1st, 1878, Margaret Louisa (d. 1879), ! 
dau. of Archibald Merrielees, of St. Peters- i 
burg ; 2nd. 1888, Eleanor Mary Bertha, dau. of | 
Frederick Locker, and widow of Hon. Lionel 
Tennyson ; ed. at Amersiiam Hall School and I 
Camb. ; B.A. 1872, LL.D. (St. Andrews) 1895 : 
hon. LL.D. (Liverpool. 1909 : called to the bar 
(Inner Temple) 1875. Q.C. 1894. bencher 1903; 
Quain Prof, of Law at Univ. Coll. London 1896 -9 
pres. Board of Education Dec. 1906-7, and Sec. 
for Ireland since 1907 : M.P. W. Fifeshire 1889- 
1900 : contested N.E. Manchester 1900 ; M.P. N. 
Bristol since 1906 : Lord rector of Glas. Univ. 
since 1911; author of "Obiter Dicta," "Life 
of Charlotte Bronte." " Res Judicata." Resi- 
dences — 70, Elm Park Road. Chelsea ; The 
Pightle, Sheringhani. Clubs — Athenjeum ; New 
University, National Liberal. Issue — 

BISSHOPP, Baronetcy. Ext. 27 Jan. 1870; 
creat. 23 July, 1620 ; The Late Yen. Sir Cecil 
Augustus Bisshopp, 9th Bt.. b. 6 July, 1821; 
ed. at Oxford, M.A. ; chaplain to the Bishop of 
Gibraltar ; m. Jan. 1843, Marv Bickerton (d. 
1 March 1891), dau. of Rear. Adm\ Sir James Hill- 
yar, K.C.B., K.C.H., and d. 22 Jan. 1849. Issue 
living — 

Mary Cecil Augusta, m. 29 July, 1874, William Eaton 
Young, B.A., B.C.L., J. P. Somerset, and has issue. 
Residence — Lowsdon, Lansdown, Bath. 

BLACKETT, 8th Bt. (Eng.). Creat. 12 Dec. 
1673. — Sir Hugh Douglas Blackett, s. of 
7th Bt. B. 24 March, 1873: m. 5 Feb. 1903. 
Helen Katharine, dau. of the late G. W. Lowther, 
of Swillington House ; capt. Nortliumberland 
Hussars 1914 ; sue. his father 1909. The 1st Bt. 
acquired considerable wealth by his mines and 
collieries ; the 2nd was mayor of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, and M.P. for that "place : the 4th repre- 
sented Durham from 1768 to 1774. Residences — 
Matfen Hall. Northumberland ; Bonnie Rigg, 
Bardon Mill-on-Tyne. Clubs — Cavalry ; Boodles. 
Issue — 



1. Charles Douglas Blackett, b. 15 Aug. 1904. 

2. George William Blackett, b. 26 April, 1906. 

3. Francis Hugli Blackett, b. 16 Oct. 1907. 

4. Rupert Henrj^ Blackett, b. 13 Feb. 1911. 

Sir Edward Bl.\ckett, 6th Bt., b. 23 Feb. 180.5 ; 
served in 1st Life Guards ; D.L., J. P. ; m. 1 May, 1830, 
Julia (d. 25 June, 1864), dau. of Sir Charles Monck, 6th 
Bt., of Belsay Castle ; m. 4th, 5 Aug. 1880, Alethea 
Rianette Anne (m. 2nd, 1888, H. Gisburne Holt. 
Residence^Roploy Grove, Ropley, Hants), dau. of 
Major-Gen. William Henry Scott, and d. 23 Nov. 1885. 
Issue by 1st wife — 

1. Maj.-Gen. Sir Edward William Blackett, 7th 
Bt., C.B., b. 22 March 1831 ; knight of the Legion 
of Honour; m. 23 Nov. 1871, Hon. .Julia Somcrville 
(d. 30 March 1913), dau. of Kenelm, 17th Baron Somer- 
ville (title dormant), and d. 13 Sept. 1909. Issue — 

1. Sir Hugh Douglas Blackett, pres. Bt. 

2. Arthur Edward Blackett, b. 14 May, 1S74 ; 
Residence — Sockburn Hall, Darlington. 

3. Capt. Ralph Blackett, late Roy. Inniskilling Fus. 
b. 19 Sept. 1877 ; lieut. S. Irish Horse, and 14th 
Hussars ; m. 2 April, 1910, Evaleen Maud May, dau. 
of the late Maj.-Gen. Walter Weldon. 

2. Major Charles Francis Blackett, late Rifle Brigade, 
b. 6 Jan. 1841 ; served in Indian Mutiny ; m. 27 
Nov. 1886, Henrietta Louisa Johanna Martlia, dau. of 
Carl Friedrich Schmidt, of Dresden. Residence — 
12, Avenue des Eperons d'Or, Brussels. Issue — 

Vera Katerina, m. 25 Sept. 1911, Capt. Baron Octave 
George Lecca, 1st Roumanian Hussars, procureur 
du Roi, Bukarcst, and has issue. 

3. Lieut. Col. Henry Wise Ridley Blackett, late 19th 
Hussars, b. 24 June, 1842 ; Residence — Home Wood, 
Liss, Hants ; Clubs — Wellington ; Army and Navy. 

1. Anna Maria, m. 10 March 1863, Lieut.-Col. Godfrey 
Wentworfch Beaumont, Scots Gds., who d. 23 Aug. 1876, 
and has issue. 

2. Oeorgiana Emma, m. 2 Aug. 1871, Rear Adm. 
John Crawford Wilson, R.N., who d. 1885, and has issue. 
Residence — 51, Drayton Gardens, S.W. 

3. Mary Elizabeth, m. 5 Aug. 1865, Maj. George Mark 
Leicester Egerton, whod. 2Sept. 1898, late Rifle Brig., 
and has issue. Residence — Townshend House, York. 



BLACKWOOD, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 1 
Sept. 1814 — Sir Francis Blackwood, s. of 2nd 
Bt. B. at Stonehouse, 11 Nov. 1838; m. 1st, 
17 Dee. 1861, Laura Olivia, dau. of Robert S. 
Palmer, of Merrion Square, Dublin (d. 6 Nov. 
1865), 2nd, 10 Aug. 1871, Dorothy Frances, dau. 
of the late Rev. Edward Henry Quicke, vicar of 
Newton St. Gyres, Devon ; sue. his bro. 1854 ; 
served as midshipman in the "Vengeance "under 
Lord William Russell ; became a commander 
R.N. 1869; capt. (ret.) 1887. The 1st Bt. was 
the Hon. Sir Henry Blackwood, K C.B., Vice- 
Admiral of the blue, s. of the Baroness Dufferin 
and Clandeboye ; he commanded the Euryalus at 
the decisive victory of Trafalgar. Club — United 
Ser-yice. Issue by 1st wife — 

1. The Late Henry Robert Temple Blackwood, b. 6 

Oct. 1862 ; m. 13 July, 1892, Rebecca Paffard, dau. 

of John Scullard,of Cosham, Hants, and d. 3 June, 

1910. Issue — 

1. Henry Palmer Temple Blackwood, heir, 
b. 12 May, 1896. 

2. Francis Elliot Temple Blackwood, b. 11 March, 
1901. 

1. Laura Temple. 

1. Laura Gwendoline, m. 30 June, 1887, Rev. Lewis 
Henry Bradford, rector of Hunton, Maidstone, and has 
issue. 

Issue living by 2nd m. — 

2. Lieut. Maurice Baldwin Raymond BlackwooJ, 
R.N., b. 22 Sept. 1882. 

3. Neville Foster Blackwood, b. 26 Oct. 1884. 

2. Ida Dorothy, in. 12 July, 1898, Cordell William 
late 7t!i Hussars, and lias issue. Residence — Fren- 
sham Place, Farnlian>, Surrey. 
Capt Sir Henry Martin Blackwood, 2nd Bt., 
R.N., b. 11 June, 1801 ; m. 19 Aug. 1826, Harriet Louisa 
(d. 6 Feb. 1873), dau. of John Matthew Bulkeley, and 
d. 7 Jan. 1851. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry Blackwood, 3rd Bt., b. 7 Mav, 
1828 ; d. unm. 26 May, 1854. 

2. Sir Francis Blackwood, Pres. Bt. 

1. Charlotte, m. 14 Oct. 1868, Capt. Frederick Charles 
Ashworth, ^vho d. 15 Dec. 1889, 19th Eegt., and lias 
issue. Residence — 

2. Louisa Cecilia, m. 20 July, 1867, Maj. Reynold 
Alleyne Clement, who d. 2 Oct. 1905, 68th Regt., and 
has issue. Residence — Audley Cottage, Ascot. 



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PEERS, BAROXEl-,S, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS [BLAKISTON 



HUNTER - BLAIR, 5th Bt. (G.B.), Great. 
27 June, 1786. — Right Rev. Sir David Huntee- 
Blaib, s. of 4th Bt. B. 30 Sept. 1853; sue. 
his father 1896 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford, M.A. 
1878 ; is ill holy orders of the Church of Rome, 
monk of the Order of St. Benedict, and Mitred 
Abbot of Fort Augustus Abbey ; late Master of 
the Hall for Benedictine Students at Oxford ; 
formerly capt. Ayr and Wigtown militia. The 1st 
Bt. was Lord Provost of and M.P. for Edinburgh, 
where he was a partner in the great banking- 
house of Sir William Forbes and Co. Residence — 
St. Benedict's Abbey, Fort-Augustus, N.B. 
Clubs — Caledonian ; Scottish Conservative. 
Sir Edwakd Hunter-Blair, -Ith Bt., b. 24 March, 
1818 ; served In R.N., and 93rd Higlilrs. ; D.L., J.P., 
Avr, and Wigtown ; m. 4 June, 1850, Elizabeth (d. 5 Sept. 
1899), dau. of George Wauehopc, and d. 7 Oct. 1896. 
Issue living — 

1. Sir David Oswald Hunter-Blair, Pres. Bt. 

2. Capt. Edward HUNTER-BLiiiR, heir pres., late 
K.N., b. 14 March, 1858 ; 13. L., J. P., C.C, Ayr ; 
m. 6 .luly, 1886, Cecilia Dora, dau. of Sir William 
James Farrer of Sandhurst Lodge. Residence — 
Blairquhan Castle, Maybolo, N.B. ; Clubs — Naval 
and Military ; New (Edinburgh). Issue — 

1. James Hunter-Blair, b. 7 May, 1889; ed. at 
Wellington Coll. and Oxford. 

2. Gaspard Patrick Hunter-Blair, b. 21 Sept. 1895 ; 
cadet, R.N. 

3. Forbes Cromartie Hunter-Blair, b. 22 Sept. 1859 ; 
late lieut. 4th Batt. Roy. Scots Fus. ; ed. at Repton and 
Camb. B.A., LL.B. Residence — 38, Warwick Street, 
Leamington. Clubs — Carlton ; New (Edinburgh). 

4. Col. Walter Charles Hunter-Blair, late R.A., b. 
1 Sept. 1860 ; served in Soudan, 1898, A.A.G. at the 
War Office since 1913 ; m. 8 July, 1888, Ethel Mary, 
dau. of David Logan. Club — United Service. Issue — 

1. Jolm Wauchope Hunter-Blair, 1). 4 Oct. 1903. 

1. Alice Dalrymple, m. 7 Sept. 1909, Willoughby 
Ewart Peel, and has issue. Residence — 

2. Cicely Mary, m. 31 Aug. 1910, Brig.-Gen. Per- 
cival Sp(\arman Wilkinson, Inspector-Gen. of W. 
African frontier forces. 

5. Major Reginald Stanley Hunter-Blair, late Gordon 
Highlanders., b. 18 Nov. 1861 ; served in Egypt 1882, 
Suakim 1884, Nile exped. 1885, S.A. 1901 ; m. 17 Oct. 
1893, Emily, dau. of Robert Heaton Rhodes of Christ- 
church, N.Z. Residence — Kelloe, Edrom, Berwickshire. 
Club — Naval and Military. Issue — 

1. David Walter Hunter-Blair, b. 22 July, 1894 ; 
lieut. Gordon Highlanders. 

2. Alistcr Hunter-Blair. b. 25 April, 1893 ; 2nd 
lieut. Cameron Highlrs., 1914. 

3. Ronald Hunter-Blair, b. 23 Dec. 1898 ; midship- 
man R.N. 

4. Reginald Eustace Hunter-Blair, b. 27 Feb. 1905. 
1. Elizabeth Anne. 

C. John Hunter-Blair, b. 26 July, 1865 ; m. 14 June, 
1890, Maude, dau. of the late Sandford Wills-Sandford 
of Compton Castle, Somerset. Residence — Elmbank, 
Halliford-on-Thames. Club — Windham. Issue — 

Colin Edward Hunter-Blair, b. 13 Feb. 1898. 
7. Gilbert Wauchope Hunter-Blair, b. 25 Oct. 1868 ; 
J. P. Ceylon ; served in S.A. with Ceylon contingt. ; m. 
5 Jan. 1904, Muriel Frances, dau. of Frank Napier Tho- 
rowgood of Wimbledon. Residence — Hoolankande, 
Madulkele, Ceylon. Club — Badminton. 

1. Dorothea Elizabeth Thomasina, m. 23 July, 1873, 
David, 7th Earl of Glasgow. 

2. Helen Constance, m. 1st, 12 July, 1883, Capt. Stair 
Hathorn Johnston Johnston-Stewart, 20th Hussars, 
who d. 1 April, 1904., of Physgill, Wigtown ; m. 2nd, 9 
June, 1906, Capt. Charles Francis Craeroft .larvis, late 
19th Regt., and has issue. Residence — Nutwood, 
Reigate. 

Dau. living of Sir David, 3rd Bt. — 

Jane Anne Eliza, m. 16 Oct. 1862, Philip Lutley 
Sclater, who d. 27 June, 1913, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — Odiham Priory, Winchfleld. 

BLAKE, 1st Bt. of Tillmouth. (U.K.). 

Great. 22 July, 1907. — Sir Francis Dougl.^.s 
Blakk, eld. s. of the late Capt. Francis Blake. 
B. 27 Feb. 1856 ; m. 14 Dec. 1886. Selina Colqu- 
houn.dau. of the late James Gleland Burns, J. P., 
of Glenlee, Hamilton, N.B. ; ed. at Oxford (B.A. 
1879) ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1881 ; 
D.L., J.P., Northumberland ; lieut.-col. com- 
manding (hon. col. 1904) Northumberland R.G.A. 
(Mil.) 1901-8 ; lieut.-col. and hon. col. (hon. capt. ; 
in the Army) Northumberland R.F. (res.) Art. t 
1909 ; hon. col. unattd. list ; vice-chairman I 



Northumberland Terr. Force Assn. Residence — 
Tillmouth Park, Cornhill-on-Tweed. Clubs — 
United University ; Northern Counties. Issue — 

1. Francis Edward Colquhoun Blake, b. 11 Aug. 
1893 ; lieut. Northumberland Yoo. 

2. Patrick Delaval Blake, b. 27 March, 1904. 

1. Kathleen Selina Douglas, m. 14 Sept. 1910, George 
Henry Ivan Grey. 

2. Marjory Frances. 

BLAKE, 5th Bt., of Langham, (G.B.). Great. 

8 Oct. 1772. — Sir Patrick James Gbah.vm 
Blake, o. s. of the late Rev. Henry Bunburv 
Blake (d. 20 April, 1873), Rector of Hessett, 
Suffolk (eld. s. of 4th Bt.), and the late Frances 
Marian (d. 16 Oct. 1910), dau. of the late Henry 
James Oakes, of Nowton Court, Bury St. Edwuuds. 
B. at Hessett Rectory, 22 Oct. 1861 ; m. 18 Oct. 
1883, Emma Gertrude, o. dau. of the late T. 
Bilkington Dawson, of Groton House, Suffolk ; 
sue. his grandfather, 22 Jan. 1880 ; ed. at Chelten- 
ham Coll. ; lord of manor of Bardwell ; .1. P. 
Suffolk ; late lieut. 3rd Suffolk Regt. (M.). This 
family derives from a common ancestor with the 
Blakes, Bts. of Menlough (see next article). 
Residence — Bardwell Manor. Bury St. Edmunds, 
Suffolk. Club — Orleans. Issue — 

Lieut. Cuthbert Patrick Blake, R.N., b. 2 Jan. 
1885. 

Veronica, m. 27 .\pril, 1911, Rev. Henry James 

Hensman. 
Sisters Living — 

1. Marian Louisa. 

2. Emma Gage, m. 24 Aug. 1892, George Henry 
Filllngham, J.P. , who d. 1895, and has issue. Residence 
— Syerston Hall, Notts. 

3. Julia Partens. 

4. Mary Anne Thelhisson. 

BLAKE, 15th Bt., of Menlough (Irel.). Great. 
10 July, 1022. — Sir Thomas Patrick Ulick 
.John Harvey Bl.\ke. o. s. of 14th Bt. 
B. 18 March 1870 : m. 8 July, 1903, Evelyn 
Winifred, dau. of Lewes Gower Stewart, of 
Mount Pleasant, Ilfracombe ; late lieut. W. of 
Scotland Art. ; sue. his father 1912. The 1st 
Bt. was mayor of Galway in 1611 and 1630 ; 
the 12th was for many years M.P. for G-alway. 
Residence — Menlough Castle, Galway. Issue — 

Ulick Temple Blake, b. 6 Aug. 1904. 
Sir Valentine John Blake, 12th Bt., b. 23 June, 
1780 ; M.P. for Galway, 1812-20, 1841-47 : ni. 1st, 8 
Aug.. 1803, Eliza(d.8 May, 1836), dau. of Jcseph Donelan, 
of KlUagh: m. 2nd, 8 April, 1843, Julia Sopliia (d. 11 
March, 1883), dau. of Robert MacDonnell, M.D., and 
d. 15 Jan. 1847. Issue by 1st wife^ 

1. Sir Thomas Bl.'^ke, 13th Bt., b. 25 May, 1805 ; 
m. 29 Mav, 1830, Letitia Maria (d. 18 Jan. 1879), 

0. dau. of 'Ulick O'Brien, of Waterview, Co. Galway, 
and d. 2 Jan. 1875. Issue^ 

Sir Valentine Blake, 14th Bt., b. 2 Dec. 1836 ; 
m. 25 June, 1864, Camilla Eugenia (Residence^ 
The Cottage, Hatch End, Middlesex), dau. of the 
late Harvey Combe, and d. 24 July, 1912. Issue — 

Sir Thomas P. U. J. H. Blake, pres. Bt. 
Eliza Maria, m. 4 June. 1879, Thomas von Donop- 
Hardinge, late Madras C.S. 
Issue by 2nd wife — 

2. Valentine Charles Blake, b. 1844 ; m. 1871, Isabel 
(d. 1882), dau. of Rev. John Dill, of Clonmell. Issue 

— Elizabeth. 

BLAKISTON, 15th Bt. (G.B.). Great. 22 
April, 1763. — Sir Horace Nevile Blakiston, 
s. of the late Rev. Horace Mann Blakiston. 
B. 2 Aug. 1861 ; sue. his uncle 1883. The 1st 
Bt. was an eminent London merchant, elected 
Lord mayor in 1760. Seat — Sandy Brook Hall, 
near Ashborne, Derbyshire. Residence — Lynton, 
Westby Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth. 
The Late Rev. Horace Mann Blakiston, b. 10 Dec. 1819 ; 
m. 26 June,1860, Chariotte (Residence— Lynton, Westly 
Road, Boscombe), dau. of Rev. W. H. G. Mann, and d. 

9 Feb. 1878. Issue — 

1. Sir Horace Nevile Blakiston, .pres. Bt. 

2. Charles Edward Blakiston, heir pres., b. 
28 Dec. 1862. , ,, 

3. The Late Frederick Turnly Blakiston, b. 22 April, 
1864 ; m. 1888 Eleanor Isabella, dau. of John Freder- 
ick FitzGerald, and d. 1894. Issue — 



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1. Arthur Frederick Blakiston, b. 1892. 

1. Edith Mabel. 

2. Lucy Eleanor, m. 25 April, 1912, George Wallace 
Milroy, and has issue. Residence — 40, Woodfleld 
Koad, Ealing, W. 



BLANDFORD, Marct- of. 

Dike of. 



See Marlborough, 



BLANE, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 26 Dec. 
1812. — Sir Charles Rodney Blane, s. of the 
late Capt. Arthur Rodney Blane, R.N. B. 28 
Oct. 1879 ; m. 26 June, 1912, Amy, clau. of Col. 
G. F. Leverson, C.B., of Sheldons, Hook ; sue. 
his imele 1911 ; commr. R.N. since 1912 ; is 
officer of order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus 
of Italy. The 1st Bt. was Sir Gilbert Blane, 
one of the phj'sicians in ordinary to King George 
III. Residence — 6, Albemarle' Villas, Stoke, 
Devonport. Club — Naval and 3Iilitary. Issue — 

Helen ^lary. 
Lt.-Col. Sm Hugh Seymotir Blane. 2xd Bt., Scots 
Guards, b. 29 Julv, 1795 ; served at Waterloo ; m. 23 
Jan. 1832, Eliza (d. 1 May, 1877), dau. of John Armit, of 
Dublin, aud d. 14 April, 1869. Issue — 

1. Lt.-Gcn. Sir Seymour John Blane, 3rd Bt., 
C.B., b. 1 Feb. 1833 ; served in the Crimea, and Indian 
Mutiny: mil. sec. and A.D.C., to Lords Canning, 
Eligin, Lawrence, and Mayo, when Lords Lieut, of 
India : m. 6 Jan. 1903, Sarah Hammond (Residence 
— 37, Lowndes Street, S.W.) , widow of Henry Blake 
of Boston, U.S.A., and d. 26 June, 1911. 

2. The Late Capt. Arthur Rodney Blane, R.ISI"., b. 25 
July, 1834 ; m. 19 Sept. 1878, Mary Georgina (Resi- 
dence — 44, Montpclior Street, S.W.), dau. of J. Pitcairn 
Campbell, of Burton Hall, Chesliire, and d. 29 Sept. 
1890. Issue— 

1. Sir Charles Rodney Blane, pres. Bt. 

2. James Pitcairn Blane, heir pres., b. 27 May, 
1883. 

3. Capt. Hugh Seymour Blane, b. 2 Feb. 1885 ; 
Ind. Army. 

1. Mary Louisa, m. 1904 Guy Ivo Sebright (whom 
she divorced 1906) ; see Sebright, Bt. 

BLANTYRE, Barony (Scot.). Extinct 15 Dec. 
1900. Creat. 10 July, li:i06. 
The late Charles Stuart, 12th and last Baron 
BLANTYRE, b. 21 Dec. 1818 ; D.L., J.P., Lanark ; m. 
3 Oct. 1843, Lady Evelyn Leveson-Gower (d. 24 Nov. 
1869), dau. of George, 2nd Duke of Sutherland, and d. 
15 Dec. 1900. Issue living — 

1. Hon. Ellen, m. 15 June, 1864, Su: Da%'id Baird, 
3rd Bt. 

2. Hon. Gertrude, m. 30 Sept. 1875, W.H. Gladstone 
who d. 4 July, 1891, and has issue. Residence — 41, 
Berkeley Square, W. 

BLENNERHASSETT, 5th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 
22 Sept. 1809. — Sir Arthub Charles Francis 
Bernard Blennerhassett, s. of 4th Bt. ; 
sue. his father 1909. B. at Munich 1871 ; m. 12 
July, 1899, the Baroness Mary Frances von 
Aretin, dau. of Baron Ludvrig von Aretin, of 
Haidenbiirg Bavaria ; ed. at Oxford : M.A. 
1895 : is in I.C.S. This family, originally seated 
at Blennerhassett, in Cumberland, -went to 
Ireland temp. Elizabeth. Residences — Nagpur, 
Central Provinces : Cleveland House, St. James' 
Square, S.W. Clubs — Wellington ; St. James'. 
Issue — 

Marmaduke Casimir Henry Joseph Blenner- 
hassett, b. 20 Nov. 1902. 

The Rt. Hon. Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 4th 
Bt.,P.C. (Irel.), b. 5 Sept. 1839 ; M.P. for Galway 
1865-74, for Kerry 1880-85 ; Cornmissr on National 
Education in Ireland, Senator of the Roy. Irish Univ. : 
m. 9 June, 1870, Countess Charlotte de Leyden 
(Residence — 6, Leopoldstrasse, Munich), dau. of Count 
de Leyden, and d. 22 March, 1909. Issue — 

1. Sir Arthur C. F. B. Blennerhassett, Pres. Bt. 

2. William Lewis Rowland Paul Sabastian Blenner- 
hassett, b. 6 Oct. 1882 ; Temp. 2nd lieut. Gen. List: m. 
14 July, 1910, OliviaFrances, dau. of Sir T. F. Grove, 
1st Bt. ; Residence— 9, William Street, Lowndes 
Square, S.W. Clubs — Savile ; Wellington. Issue — 

Casimir Paul Francis Rowland William Blenner- 
hassett, b. 1911. 

1. Marie Carola Pranciska Roselyne, m. 1st 28 Nov. 

Baron Raphael D'Erlanger, who d. 1897 ; m. 2nd, 

26 Aug. 1913, Lt.-Col. Sir Hcnrv Lionel Galway, 

K.C.M.G. {see Knightage). 



BLOEMFONTEIN, 4th Bishop of.— Right Rev. 

Arthur Chandler. D.D. B. 1860 ; ed. at 
Oxford (scholar. 1st class mods. 1880) ; B.A. 
(1st class greats) 1882, fellow, tutor and vice- 
principal Brasenose Coll. 1883, M.A. 1885. 
D.D. 1901 ; ord. 1884, chaplain to Bishop of 
Salisbury 1888 ; select preacher at Oxford 1891 ; 
vicar of' Poplar 1891-1901, when he was conse- 
crated to this see ; author of " The Spirit of Man." 
This was originally a missionary see in the 
Orange Free State. It now includes the Orange 
River Colony, Griqualand West, British Bechuana- 
land, and Basutoland. Residence — Bishop's 
Lodge, Bloemfontein, South Africa. 

BLOIS. 9th Bt. (Eng.). Creat. 15 April, 
1686. — Sir Ralph Barrett Macnaghten Blois, 
s. of 8th Bt. B. 21 Nov. 1866 ; m. 30 April, 1898, 
Winifred Grace Hegan, dau. of Col. Edmund 
Hegan Kennard, late 8th Hussars, and sometime 
M.P. for Lymington ; sue. his father 1888 ; ed. 
at Wellington Coll. : capt. Reserve of Officers ; 
late lieut. Scots Guards ; Capt. Roy. Guards 
Reserve Reg. 1900; D.L. Suffolk; patron 
of 2 livings. The earliest recorded ancestor of 
this family was living at Norton, in Suffolk, in 
1470. Seat — Cockfield HaU, Yoxford, Suffolk. 
Clubs — Guards' ; Conservative ; Bachelors'. 
Issue — 

1. Gerv.\se Ralph Edmund Blois, b. 6 June, 1901. 

2. Carol Edward John Blois, b. 9 Nov. 1906. 
1. Iris Freda. 

?- '^'hristian Frances. 
Sir jo...,- Ralph Blois, 8th Bt., R.N., b. IS Aug. 
1830 ; m. 25 Jan. 1865, Eliza Ellen (Residence — 8, 
Ennismorc Gardens, S.W.), dau. of Capt. Alfred Chapman, 
R.N., and d. 31 Dec. 1888. Issue — 

1. Sir R.\lph B. M. Blois, pres. Bt. 

2. Eardley Stewart Blois, b. 3 July, 1869 ; 2nd lier.t. 
3rd Co. of London Yeo. 

3. Stephen Russell Blois, b. 6 Oct. 1870 ; late lieut. 
4th Batt. E. Surrey Regt. 

4. Major Dudley George Blois, R.F.A., b. 12 Feb. 1875 ; 
m. 28 July, 1914, Georgiana.dau. of Adm. Sir Compton 
Domville", G.C.B. (see Knightage). 

5. Rev. Gervase Vanneck Blois, b. 25 Aug. 1881 ; 
ed. at Camb. M.A. ; rector of Easton, Wickham Market, 
Suffolk: m. 21 April, 1914, Hon. Hester Murray, dau. 
of Herbert, 3rd Baron Hampton. 

1. Alice Clara. 

2. Maude Beatrice, ra. 18 Jan. 1902, Rev. J. C. Yau- 
drey. Rector of N. Lynn, Norfolk. 

3. Adeline Louisa, m. 1 June, 1905, Charles George 
Lumley Cator, and has issue. Residence — 59, Sloane 
Gardens, S.W. 

4. Constance Violet, m. 26 Nov. 1898, Edward James 
Heron- Maxwell, and has issue. 

5. Cecily Mabel. 

6. Hylda Letitla Grace, m. 11 June, 1908, Roland 
Hugh Nelson. Residence — Shenleybnrj- House, Shen- 
lev, Herts. 



BLOMEFIELD, 4th Bt. (U.K.) Creat. 14 
Nov. 1S07 : C.B. (civ.) .1903. — Sir Thomas 
WiLMOT Peregrine BLOMEriELD. s. of 3rd Bt. 
B. at Winchester 31 Dec. 1848 : m. 5 Aug. 1874, 
Lilias. dau. of Maj. the Hon. Charles Napier, of 
Woodlands, Taunton ; sue. his father 1878 ; ed. 
at Repton School ; entered the Board of Trade 
1868 ; priv. sec. to the pari. sec. of the Board 
of Trade (Hon. E. Stanhope, M.P.) 1876 to 1878 ; 
priv. sec. to President of the Board of Trade 
1878-89 ; assist, sec. to the Board 1901-8. The 
1st Bt. received that dignity on his return from 
the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, where he 
commanded the artillery with the rank of maj.- 
gen. Residence — Windmill House, Lichfield, 
Staffs. Issue — 

1. Comm. Thomas Charles Alfred Blomefield, 
R.N., b. 27 June, 1875 ; m. 27 June, 1904, Margaret 
Josephine, dau. of Edward Palmer Landon, of The 
Drive, Wimbledon. Issue — 

Thomas Edward Peregrine Blomefield, b. 18 June, 

1905. 

Angela Margaret. 

2. Nigel Napier Blomefield, b. 15 March 1877. 

3. Wilmot Blomefield, b. 26 Nov. 1878 : m. 5 Dec. 
1907, Jessie Leila, dau. of William A. Hodges, of Not- 



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tingham. Residence — Haedo, P.C.O., Argentine Rep. 

1. Wilmot Edward Blomefield, b. 16 June, 1912. 

1. Leila Winifred. 

2. Rowan Lilias Augusta. 

1. Lilias Marow, in. 8 Oct. 1903, Cedric L. Longstaff, 
and has issue. Residence — Nearfleld House, Lichfield. 

2. Nancy, m. 1 June, 1904, Francis Palmer Landon, 
and has issue. Residence — Roden Cottage, Oxshott, 
Surrey. 

The Rev. Sm Thomas Eaudley Wilmot Blomefield, 
3rd Bt., b. 3 Aug. 1820 ; master of Archbishop Hol- 
gate's Hospital, Hemsworth, Yorks ; m. 1st, 2 Jan. 1844, 
Georgina Louisa (d. 5 Jan. 1852), dau. of Gen. Sir Pere- 
grine Maitland, G.C.B. ; m. 2ud, 19 Oct. 1853, Fanny 
(d. 9 Jan. 1906), dau. of Rev. John D'Arcy Preston, 
of Askam Bryan HaU, Yorks, and d. 21 Nov. 1878. 
Issue by 1st m. — 
1. Sm Thomas W. P. Blomefield, pres. Bt. 

1. Caroline Sarah. 

2. Louisa Charlotte Emily, m. 11 April, 1866, Capt. 
Theodosius Stuart Russell, who d. 2 Feb. 1906, D.L., 
Chief Constable of W.R. Yorks. Residence — Wood- 
thorpe, Farncombe. 

3. Georgina Salome, m. 28 June, 1870, Lt.-Col. Loftus 
Henry Martin, 69th Regt., who d. 17 Dec. 1906, and 
has issue. Residence — Scarborough. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Malcolm Blomefield. b. 1 June, 1858. 

3. Arthur Hugh Blomefield, b. 1 Dec. 1862. 

4. Laura Elizabeth, m. 2 Aug. 1882, Rev. Alfred 
Ernest Jalland, late vie. of WooUey, Wakefield, and 
has issue. 

5. Margaret Edith. Residence — Scarborough. 



LYNCH - BLOSSE, 11th Bt. (Irel.). Great. 
8 June, 1622. — Sm Heney Lynch -Blosse. s. of 
10th Bt. B. 21 April, 1857: sue. Ms father 
1893 ; ed. at Eton ; D.L., J.P., co. Mayo ; Sheriff 
1897. The 1st Bt. was mayor of Galway, and 
represented that place in Parhanient ; the 6th 
Bt. assumed the name of Blosse. Seat — Atha- 
valhe, Castlebar, co. Mayo. Clubs — Royal St. 
George's Yacht ; Kildare Street (Dublin). 

The Rev. Sm FEANCIS"LYNCH-BL0SSE,"9TH^BT.,''[b. 
15 Aug. 1801 ; m. 21 April, 1824, Hon. Elizabeth Plun- 
ket (d. 3 April, 1885), dau. of 1st Baron Plunket, and 
d. 1840. Issue — 

Sir Robert Lynch-Blosse, 10th Bt., b. 15 Feb. 

1825; m. 31 March, 1853, Lady Harriett Browne (d. 

2Q June, 1904), dau. of 2ud Marq. of Sligo, and d. 

3 Dec. 1893. Issue — 

1. Sm Hexey Lynch-Blosse, pres. Bt. 

2. Maj. Robert Lynch-Blosse, late Fing's Own 
Borderers, Heir Pres., b. 14 Feb. 1861 ; m. 27 
Nov. 1893, Alice Gertrude Nina, dau. of Edmund 
Cockayne Percj' Knox- Gore, of Coolcronan House, 
CO. Mayo. Issue — 

Alice Cecil Emily. 

3. Capt. Francis Lynch-Blossc, 2nd W. India Regt. 
b. 27 Nov. 1868. 

1. Harriett, m. 6 Nov. 1883, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry 
Augustus Robinson, P.C, K.C.B. {see Knightage). 

2. Maiy, m. 8 March, 1892, Hon. Robert Nicholas 
Hardinge (see Hardinge, Vise). 

Katharine. Residence — 18, Trafalgar Terrace, Monks- 
[ town, Dublin. ^ _^ »'_-§ie;^ jeSj-i t»iii;^42 8!^ 



BLOUNT, 9th Bt. (Eng.). Great. 6 Oct. 
1642. — Sib Walter de Sodikgton Bloitnt, 
s. of 8th Bt. B. 19 Dec. 1833 ; m. 1870. Ehza- 
beth Anne ]Mould, dau. of James Zacharies Wil- 
liams ; sue. his father 1881 ; ed. at Oscott ; 
formerly capt. Worcestershire Yeo. ; D.L., J.P., 
Worcestersliire. The 1st Bt. suffered severely 
in the cause of Charles I., having been im- 
prisoned both at Oxford and in the Tower of 
London. The family is descended from William, 
s. of Blound, Earl of Guisnes, one of the com- 
panions of William the Conqueror. Club — 
Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Walter Astox BLorNT, b. 9 Oct. 1876. 
L 2. Edward Robert Blount, b. 2 Dec. 1884. 

1. Mary Corisande. 

2. Eva Appolonia. 

Sm Edward Blount, 8th Bt., b. 3 March, 1795 ; m. 
14 Sept. 1830, Mary Frances (d. 26 May, 1893), dau. of 
Edward Blount, M.P., and d. 28 April, 1881. Issue— 

1. Sm Walter de Sodington Blount, pres. Bt. 

2 Steven Blount, b. 15 Nov. 1840 ; Barr.-at-law ; 

m 18 Aug. 1874, EUzabeth, dau. of William Wors- 



wick, of Normanton. Residence — Loxley Hall, Ut- 

toxeter. Club — Union. 

3. Hugh Francis Blount, b. 1 June, 1844 ; m. 1883, 

Frances, dau. of Samuel Johnson, M.D. Residence — 

Sodington, Bewdley. 

1. Margaret Mary Teresa, m. 1st, 10 Jan, 1878, George 

Ednumd Wicksted, who d. 1895,of Betley Hall, Staffs. ; 

m. 2nd, 13 Aug. 1901, Col. John A. Macdonald, C.B. 

Residence' — Glenaladale, Inverness-shire. 

BLUNDEN, 4th Bt. (Irel.). Great. 12 
March 1766. — Sir Williaji Blunden, s. of 3rd 
Bt. B. 26 July, 1840 ; m. 26 April, 1879, 
Florence Caroline, dau. of Henry Shuttleworth, 
of New Plj'mouth, Taranaki, N.Z. ; .sue. his 
father 1890 : ed. at Trin. Coll. Dub. : B.A. 1862, 
M.B. 1876: L.R.C.S. and L.M.K.Q.C.P. (Irel.); 
High Sheriff co. Kilkenny 1904. The 1st Bt. 
was M.P. for the co. of Kilkenny, and was a mem- 
ber of the Irish Bar. Seat — Castle Blunden, 
CO. Kilkenny. Issue — 

1. John Blunden, b. 26 Feb. 1880. 

2. Eric Overington Blunden, b. 15 Oct. 1892. 
1. Muriel. 

Sm John Blunden, .3rd Bt., D.L., b. 21 Dec. 1814 ; 
barr.-at-law ; m. 22 April, 1839, Elizabeth (Residence 
— Castle Blunden, Kilkenny), dau. of John Knox, of 
Castlerea, co. Mayo, and d. 17 Jan. 1890. Issue — 

1. Sir William Blunden, pres. Bt. 

2. John Overington Blunden, b. 27 Nov. 1842; ed. 
at Trin. Coll. Dublin, B.A. ; Barr.-at-law ; m. 1871, 
Frances, dau. of Josepli Hone, of Dublin. Residence 
— Southill, Kilhuev, co. Dublin. 

3. Edward Herbert Blunden, b. 21 Jan. 1847. 

4. The late Maurice Robert Blunden, b. 28 March, 1849 ; 
m. 10 April, 1875, Ellen Louisa, dau. of Edmund J. 
Annstrong, of Lismoher, co. Clare, and d. 17 April, 
1876. 

5. The late Abraham Blunden, b. 13 Oct. 1852 ; 
L.R.C.S. Edin. : m. 30 June, 1881, Mary Josephine 
dau. of Richard J. Magee, and d. 1888. Issue — 

Abraham Blunden, b. 1887 ; late lieut. Waterford 
R.F. Res. Art. 

1. Harriette. 

2. Nicola Sophia, m. 22 June, 1887, Rev. John Richard 
Hedges Becher, incumbent of Lorum, Bagnalstown, 
CO. Cork, who d. 15 June, 1903, and has issue. 

BLUNT, 8th Bt. (G.B.). Great. 17 .June, 
1720. — Sir Johx Harvey^ Blunt, 6th s. of Wil- 
liam Blunt (d. 1859), B.C.S., 3rd s. of .3rd Bt., 
by Eliza, dau. of Gen. Goddard Richards. B. 
1 Jan. 1839 ; m. 28 April, 1869, Susan, dau. of 
P. Hoad ; sue. his bro. 1902 ; is a ret. capt. 1st 
Batt. Roy. Dubhn Fus. , and served with 1st Batt. 
Roy. Welsh Fus. through the Indiaii Mutiny, 
including the taking of Futteghur, operations on 
the Ramgunga, siege and cajsture of Lucknow, 
and minor engagements (medal and clasi^). The 
late Bt. sold the entailed family estates of 
Heathfield Park, Ringmer, etc., in Sussex. Resi- 
dence — Gollington Lodge, Bexliill-on-Sea. Issue — 

1. John Harvey Blunt, b. 30 July, 1872 ; m. 22 
March, 1906, Maud Julia, dau. of Sir David Goldsmid- 
Stern-Solomons, 2nd Bart. ; late captain Natal Bor- 
der police and Yeo. ; served all tlu-ough South African 
war (3 medals and eight clasps). Residence — Huntlys, 
Tunbridge Wells. Club — Royal Automobile. Issue — 

1. John Lionel Reginald Blunt, b. 22 May, 1908. 

2. Richard David Hervey Blunt, b. 22 Oct. 1912. 
1. Cecily Maud Helen. 

2. Walter Cecil Blunt, b. 1 March, 1877. 

3. Charles William Lockhart Blunt, b. 2 June, 1882 ; 
m. 15 March, 1913, Lihan, dau. of H.Calcutt.of Goud- 
hurst, Kent. 

4. Henry Wilfrid Blunt, b, 17 May, 1887. 
1. Eliza Hilda. 

BLYTH, 1st Baron (U.K.). Great. 19 July, 
1907: Bt. (U.K.) 30 Aug. 1895. — James 
Blyth, elder s. of late James Blyth, of Chelms- 
ford, by Caroline, dau. of Henry Crilbey, of 
Bishop's Stortford. Herts. B. 10 Sept. 1841 ; 
m. 29 Aug. 1865, EHza (d. 12 Dec. 1894), dau. of 
WiUiam Mooney, of Clontarf, co. Dublin ; vice- 
pres. of the Roy. Soc. of Arts ; on the Executive 
of the British Empire League, the London Cham- 
ber of Commerce, the Anglo -Portuguese Chamber 
of Commerce, the Nat. Assocn. for the Preven- 
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Hosjjital at Ventnor ; Gov. and on house rom- 
mittee of St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; placed 
two farms at the disposal of the Government for 
10 years for the purposes of the investigations 
of the Royal Commission on Tuberculosis : chair- 
man of the Cecil Rhodes Memorial Committee 
at Jiishop's Stortford ; a gov. of the Gordon 
.Memorial Coll. Khartoum : pres., vice-pres., gov. 
or memb. of the British Dairy Farmers' Assocn., 
Shire Horse Soc, Southdown Sheep Soc, Royal 
Agric. Soc, English Jersey Soc. ; chairman of 
the Franco-British Exhbtn., 1908 ; chairman 
of the Japan-British Exhbtn.. 1910, and of 
Coronation Exhiliition, 1911 : pres. Latin-British 
Exhbtn. 1912 : director of W. & A. Crilbey, Ltd. ; 
J. P. Essex and Herts ; has orders of Leopold of 
Belgium, the Medjidie, is a Knight Commander 
and Grand Cross of the Portuguese order of Merito 
Aricola, and of the Merito Industrial, all of which 
were conferred for services to agriculture ; has 
also order of the Sacred Treasure of Japan ; raised 
to the peerage by the title of Baron Blyth of 
Blythwood, Stansted, Essex, 1907. Residences 
— Blythwood, Stansted, Mountfitchet, Essex ; 
33, Portland Place, W. Clubs — Athenaeum ; 
British Empire ; Devonshire. Issue — 

1. Hon. Herbert William Blyth, Heir, b.l March, 
1868 ; J.P. Essex. Clubs— Devonshire ; Bath ; 
Hurlingham. 

2. The late Hon. James Audlev Blyth, b. 20 Feb. 
1874 ; m. 20 Jan. 1903, Ethel Jane (Residences— 
9. Ennismore G^irdens, S.W. : Silverlands, Chertsey), 
dau. of the Bt. Hon. John Brunner, 1st Bt., and 
d. 21 March, 1908. Issue— 

1. Ian Audley James Blyth, b. 28 Oct. 1905. 

3. Hon. Rupert Alfred Blyth, h. 14 June, 1877 ; Ueut. 
Essex Yeo. Chilis — Bath ; Bachelors'. 

1. Hon. Nora Beatrice, m. 29 April, 188.5, Col. Alan 
Coulstoun Gardner, M.P. (or Ross, D.L., J.P., who d. 
25 Dec. 1907, and has issue. Residence — 

2. Hon. Grace Londenne, m. 24 Oct. 1905, Capt. 
Claude Stuart Rome, 11th Hussars, and has issue. 

3. Hon. Gladys Ellen, m. 17 Feb. 1898, Gerald Gold, 
and has issue. Residence — Beutfleld. Stanstead, 
Essex. 

4. Hon. Millici-ut Catherin'\ 

BLYTHSWOOD, 2nd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 
24 Aug. 1892. — The Rev. Sholto Douglas 
Campbell, s. of late Archibald Campbell. B. 
26 Jime. 1839 ; m. 22 Oct. 1889, Violet Mary 
(d. 13 June. 1908), dau. of late Gen. Lord Alfred 
Henry Paget. C.B. ; ed. at Camb. (B.A. 1804, 
M.A. 187G) ; J.P. CO. Lanark ; cur. of Xrmeaton 
18G.5-7, St. Mary's, Gateshead. 18(57-71 : vie. of 
Xonington, Kent, 1871-2 ; All Saints. Derby, 
1872-9 ; rector of All Souls'. Marylebone, 1879- 
86 ; incumbent of St. Silas. Glasgow, 1886-99 ; 
sue, his Iro. Archibald (Lord Lieut, and convener 
of CO. Renfrew) who was creat. a Baronet 1880, 
and raised to the peerage 1892, with remainder 
in default of issue male to his brothers. Resi- 
dences — Blythswood House, Renfrew ; Balma- 
cara House, Balmacara, Ross -shire. Clubs — 
Carlton ; National ; New (Edin.) ; Western and 
Conservative (Glasgow). 

Archibald Campbell, 17th Laird of Mains, 12th Laird 
of Blythswood, lieut. 68th Regt. ; m. Caroline Agnes (d. 
28 Nov. 1897), dau. of M. Dick, of Pitherro, and d. July, 
1868. Issue— 

1. Archibald Campbell, 1st Baros Blythswood, 
b. 22 Feb. 1835 ; F.R.S. ; m. 7 July, 1864, Hon. 
Augusta Carrington (Residences— Dunalley Lodge, 
Halliford-on-Tliames ; 11, Hobart Place, S.W.), dau. 
of Robert, 2nd Baron Carrington, and d. 8 July, 1908. 

2. Sholto Douglas Campbell, pres. Baron. 

3. The late Robert Douglas-Campbell, b. 23 Sept. 
1842 ; lieut. R.N. ; m. 21 Jan. 1869, Catherine Ellen, 
dau. of Capt. Thomas Hamilton Lindsay Miller, and 
d. 1 June, 1896. Issue — 

1. Capt. Archibald James Hamilton Douglas-Camp- 
bell, b. Dec. 1884 ; Argyll and Sutherland Higlilrs. ; 
m. 22 April, 1913, Hon. Anna Leonora Beatrice 
Massey, dau. of Lionel, 5th Baron Clarina. Resi- 
dence — Blythswood House, Renfrew. Clubs — 
Junior Army and Navy ; Conservative (Glasgow). 
1. Helen Janet Douglas, m. 23 Oct. 1900, Cecil 
L.aurie (.see Laurie, Bt.). 



2. Augusta Muriel Douglas. 

3. Frances Every Douglas. 

4. Gen. Sir Barrinqton Bulkelet Douglas Camp- 
bell-Douglas, K.C.B., Heir Pres. (see Knightage). 
6. Lt.-Col. Montagu Douglas-Campbell, b. 16 Oct. 
1852 ; Argyll and Sutherland Highlrs., served S. 
African war 1899-1902. Residence — 34, Abercromby 
Place, Edinburgh. Clubs — Boodles' ; Bachelors' ; 
New (Edin.). 

1. Louisa Jane Campbell, m. 3 Nov. 1857. Hon. Her- 
cules Rowley, who d. 20 March, 1904. Residence — 
31, Ovington Square, S.W. 

2. Helen Douglas-Campbell. Residence — Innischonain, 
Loch Awe, Argyll. 



BOEHM, 2nd Bt. (UK.). Creat. 13 July, 
1889. — Sib Edg.ar Collins Boehm. s. of 1st 
Bt. B. 1 Oct. 1869 ; sue. his father 1890 ; 
ed. at Eton; Capt. R.G.A., 1914. Residences 
— 79, Cornwall Gardens, S.W. ; Bentsbrook, 
Dorking. Surrey. Clubs — Wellington ; Bath ; 
Royal Societies' ; Royal Automobile. 

Heir, none. 
Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, 1st Bt., b. 4 July, 1834 ; 
was sculptor-in-ordinary to Queen Victoria and R.A. 
His father was director of the Imperial Mint, Vienna, and 
by birth an Hungarian. M. 20 June, 1860, Frances 
Louisa (d. 22 Aug. 1890), dau. of Henry Alfred Botler, 
and d. 13 July, 1889. Issue— 

1, Sir Edgar Collins Boehm, pres. Bt. 

1. Georgina Frances, m. 11 Feb. 1895, Maj. Benjamin 
Proctor Rooke, and has issue. 

2. Effie Alice Josephine, m. 29 April, 1885, Conrad 
Herapatli, who d. 14 April, 1907, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — 

3. Florence Louisa, m. 1st, 16 July, 1890, Capt. R. A. P. 
Kingscote, R.E. ; m. 2nd, 8 Oct. 1902, Capt. Douglas 
Anderson, late R.A. 



CRAWLEY-BOEVEY, 6th Bt. (G.B.). Creat. 
22 Jan. 1784. — Sir Feaxci!^ Hyde Cb.awley- 
BoEVEY, s. of 5th Bt. B. at Flaxley 25 
April. 1868 : m. 18 :\Iarch, 1896, Eliza 
Barbara Blake, dau. of W. Valentine Blake 
JNIcGrath, of Eaton Place; ed. at Winchester and 
Oxford, B.A. 1891 ; is a painter, architect, and 
landscape gardener ; memb. of Arch. Assocn. 
and Allied Artists Assocn. ; patron of 1 living. 
The 1st Bt., Charles Barrow, represented 
Gloucester in several parliaments, and received 
his title, with remainder to the husband of his 
cousin, grandfather of the late Bt. Residences 
— Flaxley Abbev, Ciloucestershire ; 11. Eaton 
Place. S.W. Issue— 

Launcelot Valentine Hyde Crawley-Boevey, 

Heir, b. 26 April, 1900. 
Sir Martin Hyde Crawley'-Boevey, 4th Bt., b. 
25 May, 1812 : m. 9 June, 1836, Elizabeth (d. 9 Aug. 
1892), dau. of Rev. George WiUiam Daubeny, and d. 
14 Oct. 1862. Issue— 

1. Sir Thomas Hyde Crawley-Boevey, 5th Bt., 
b. 2 July, 1837 ; m. 25 July, 1865, Frances Elizabeth 
(d. 24 Nov. 1905), dau. of Rev. Thomas Peters, and 
d. 15 March, 1912. Issue— 

1. Sir Francis Hyde Crawley-Boevey, pres. 
Bt. 

2. Capt. Edward Martin Crawley-Boevey, Roy. 
Sussex Regt., b. 26 March, 1873 ; m. 31 Oct. 1905, 
Rosalie Winifred, dau. of Col. George Conrad Sar- 
torius, C.B. Issue — 

Richard Martin Crawley-Boevey, b. 31 July, 1908. 

3. Rev. Arthur Curtis Crawley-Boevey, M.A. Ox- 
ford, b. 10 July, 1874 ; m. 26 Sept. 1906, Evelyn 
Rosalie, dau. of late Robert Carnegie. Residence — 
The Rectory, Grendon, Atherstone. Issue — 

1 . Robert Arthur Crawley-Boevey, b. 22 Oct. 1912. 

1. Nancy Albinia. 

2. Juliet Blanche. 

4. Thomas Russell Crawley-Boevey, M.A. Oxford, 
b. 22 March, 1880. 

2. The late Octavius Charles Crawley-Boevey, b. 24 
Nov. 1846 ; m. 2 Sept. 1871, Maria Franeesca, dau. 
of Bernadino de Marga, and d. 15 Feb. 1897. Issue — - 

1. Santiago Carlos Crawley — Boevev, b. 25 July, 
1872. 

2. Edwards Maximo Crawley-Boevey, b. 13 Nov. 
1875. 

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2. Eose Agnes. 

3. Lilian Maude Antonia. 

4. Octavita Blanclic Josephita, m. Gerald Bingham. 

3. The late James Henry Crawley-Boevey, b. 2 July, 
1848 ; m. 7 Dec. 1878, Frances Georgina Hayes (Resi- 
dence — The Mansions, Braniham Gardens, S.W.), 
dau. of late Dr. Charles Edmund Hayes Kewington, 
and d. 18 March, 1898. Issue — 

1. Capt. Cliarles Arthur Crawley-Boevey, A.S.C., 
b. 8 Dec. 1879 ; m. 7 April, 1906, Elizabeth Wini- 
fred, dau. of late W. Hartley King. Issue — 

1. Winifred Daphne. 

2. Leslie Crawley-Boevey, b. 17 Sept, 1884 ; licut. 
Yorlvshire Kegt. 

1. Mary Frances. 

4. Kev. Richard Llody Crawley-Boevey, M.A. Oxford, 
b. 22 Mar. 1852 : vie. of Kirkby St. Chad, Liverpool. 

5. Anthony Page Crawlev-Boovey, b. 26 July, 1855 ; 
F.R.C.S. ; m. 1st 2 July, 1889, Agnes (d. 8 April, 
1890), dau. of Sir Samuel Wliite Balver, F.R.S. ; m. 
2nd, 23 Feb. 1904, Blanche, dau. of late Edmund Pro- 
byn. Residence — Birchgrove, Crosswood, Aberyst- 
with. Club — Badminton. 

BOILEAU, Srd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 24 July, 
1838. — Sib Maurice Colboene Boile.^u, s. of 
2nd Bt. B. 3 Dec. 1865 ; sue. his father 
1900 ; ed. at Oxford, M.A. 1892 ; D.L., J.P. 
Norfolk. An ancestor of this family, Charles 
Boileau, a French refugee, commanded a corps 
of French gentlemen at Blenheim, under 
the Duke of Marlboroxigh. Residences — Ket- 
teringham Park, Wymondham ; Hethel Hall, 
Fundenhall Grange, and Tacolnestone Hall, 
Norwich. 

Sm Francis George Manningham Boileau, 2nd Bt., 
b. 26 March, 1830 ; B.A.O.xford, D.L., J.P., C.A., Norfolk ; 
barr.-at-law ; It.-col. late 3rd Norfolk Vol. ; knt. of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem in Eng. ; m. 2 Aug. 1860, 
Lucy Henrietta (Residence — Ketteringham Park, 
Wymondham), dau. of Sir George Nugent, 2nd Bt., 
and d. 2 Dec. 1900. Issue — 

1. Sir Maurice Colborne Boileau, pres. Bt. 

2. Raymond Frederic Boileau, Heir Pres., b. 6 Oct. 
1868 ; m. 1 Nov. 1905, Ethel Mary, dau. of late Rev. 
James Young ; ed. at Eton ; capt. and temp, major 
Norfolk Field Artillery ; late lieut. 2nd Batt. Nortli- 
ants Regt. Residence — 21, Draycott Avenue, S.W. 
Clubs — Marlborough ; Travellers'. 

1. Margaret Lucy Augusta, M.B., B.S. Lond. Resi- 
dence — Ketteringham Park, Wymondham. 

BOLINGBROKE, 6th Vise. Creat. 7 July, 
1712 ; Vise. St. John, and Baron St. John of 
Battersea, 2 July, 1716; Baron St. John of 
Lydiard Tregoze" 1712 (G.B.); Bt. 22 May, 
1611 (Eng.). — Vernon Henry St. John, s. of 
6th Vise. B. 15 March, 1896 ; sue. his father 1899 ; 
patron of 1 living. The Ist Vise. Bolingbroke 
was the celebrated Sec. of State to Queen Anne. 
Residence — Lj'diard Park, Swindon. 
Henry St. John, 5th Vise. Bolingbroke, b. 30 March, 
1820 ; m. 5 Jan. 1893, Mary Emily Elizabeth (Resi- 
dence — Lydiard Park, Swindon), dau. of Robert Howard, 
and d. 7 Nov. 1899. Issue— 

Vernon Henry St. John, pres. Vise. 
Issue living of late Canon the Hon. Maurice William 
Ferdinand St. John, D.D., M.A. — 

1. Henry Percy St. John, Heir Pres., b. 23 March, 
1854 ; principal clerk. Judicial Office, House of Lords ; 
m. 12 Oct. 1887, Maud Louisa, dau. of Hon. Pascoe 
Charles Glyn. Residence — 64, Eccleston Square, 
S.AV. Issue— 

1. Geoffrey Robert St. John, b. 4 Jan. 1889. 

1. Margaret OUvia, m. 6 July, 1914, Guy Melvil 
Gibbs. 

2. Ursula Mary, m. 10 July, 1912, Capt. Cyril 
Francis Hawley (see Hawley, Bt.). 

2. Ferdinand John St. John, b. 25 Oct. 1861 ; late 
capt. Oxfordshire Yeo. ; served in S. Africa 1900. 
Club — Travellers'. 

BOLSOVER, Baron. See Portland , Duke of. 

BOLTON, 4th Baron (G.B.). Creat. 20 Oct. 
1797. — William Thomas Orde-Powlett, s. of 
3rd Baron. B. 21 Jan. 1845: m. 13 A\ig. 1868, 
Lady Algitha Frederica Mary, dau. of 9th Earl 
of Scarbrough ; sue. his father 1895 ; late It.- 
col. commdg. and now hon. col. Yorks Hussars 
(A.P.W.O.) I.Y. ; County Council rep. memb. 
N.R. Yorks Terr. Force Assocn. ; D.L., J.P., 
C.A. Yorks N.R. ; J.P. Hants ; F.S.A. ; Kniglit 



of Grace of Order of St. .John of Jerusalem in 
England. The 1st Baron, Tlionias Orde, had been 
secretary to the Treasury in 1782, afterwards sec. 
to the Duke of Rutland, when Lord -Lieut, of 
Ireland : and having inherited through his wife 
the estates of the Duke of Bolton, he assumed 
the name of Powlett, and was elevated to the 
peerage. Residences — Hackwood Park, Basing- 
stoke, Hants ; Bolton Hall, Leyburn, York- 
shire. Clubs — Carlton ; Junior Carlton ; York- 
shire. Issue — 
1. Hon. William George Algar Orde-Powlett, 
Heir, b. 21 Aug. 1869 ; m. 6 June, 1893, Hon. Eliza- 
beth Mary, dau. of 1st Baron Ashbourne ; maj. 4tli 
Batt. Princess of Wales" Own (Yorksliire) Regt., maj. 
4th R.B. Yorks. Regt., formerly lieut. King's Roy. 
Rifle Corps and Yorkshire Hussars Y. ; D.L., J. P., 
C.C. Yorks, N.R., and mil. memb. Terr. Force Assocn.; 
M.P. Richmond div. of Yorks, since 1910. Resi- 
dence — Wensley Hall, Leyburn, Yorks. Club — 
Wellington. Issue — 

1. WiUiam Percv Orde-Powlett, b. 7 April, 1894; 
lieut. 4tli R.B. Yorkshire Rest. 

2. Nigel Amyas Orde-Powlett, b. 26 March, 1900. 
1. Elaine Letitia Algitha. 

1. Hon. Myra Rowena'Sibell, m. 16 April, 1901, Wil- 
liam, 6th Marq. of E.xeter. 

William Henry Orde-Powleit, 3rd B.^ron Bolton, 

b. 24 Feb. 1818; m.l2 March. 1844, Letitia (d. 4 Jan. 

1882), dau. of Col. Crawfurd, of Newfield, and d. 7 Nov. 

1895. Issue— 

1. William Thomas Orde-Powlett, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Henry Robert Orde-Powlett, Barr.-at-law, 
b. 20 Sept. 1846 : m. 2 Aug. 1877, Henrietta Cath- 
cart, dau. of John Randolphus de TrafEord, of Croston 
Hall, Lancasliire. Residence — 2, Queensberry Place, 
S.W'. Club — Junior Carlton. Issue — 

1. Kathleen Mary, m. 16 April, 1902, Sir Leslie 
Falkiner, 7th Bt. 

2. Ivy. 

1. Hon. Jean Mary, m. 28 Nov. 1866, Col. Hon. 
Augustus Murray Cathcart (see Cathcart, E.}. 

BOLTOUN, Baron. See Lauderdale, E.arl 
of. 

BOMBAY, 7th Bishop of. Founded 1833.— 
Rt. Rev. Edwin J.imes Palmer, D.D., s. of 
late Ven. Edwin Palmer, archdeacon of Oxford 
(bro. of 1st Earl of Selborne), by Henrietta, dau. 
of late Rev. James Riddell, of Leamington ; b. 
at Oxford, 10 Jan. 1869: m. 1912, Hazel, dau. 
of Col. E. H. Hanning-Lee, 2nd Life Gds., of 
Bighton Manor, Alresford ; ed. at Winchester 
and Oxford (Craven scholar, 1st class mod. 
1889, 1st class Lit. Hum.), B.A. 1891, M.A. 
1894, Fellow 1891, Tutor 1893, Chap. 1896 ; 
exam. chap, to Bishop of Southwell, 1899-1904 ; 
exam. chap, to Bp. of Southwark 1905-8, con- 
secrated to this see 1908. The whole of the 
presidency of Bombay (except Sind), part of 
Hyderabad state, and Aden are included in the 
diocese ; annual allowance Rs. 25,600. Resi- 
dence — Bishop's Lodge, Malabar Hill, Bombay. 

BOND, Privy Counsellor. — The Rt. Hon. Sir 
Robert Bond, K.C.M.G. {see Knightage)' 

BONHAM, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 27 Nov. 
1852. — Sir George Francis Bonham, o. s. of 
1st Bt. B. in London 28 Aug. 1847 ; m. 23 
Aug. 1871, Louisa, dau. of Rt. Hon. Sir 
Andrew Buchanan, Bt., G.C.B. ; sue. his 
father in 1863 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford, 
M.A. 1871 ; ent. Diplomatic Service 1869 ; 
attache at St. Petersburg, 1870; transferred to 
Vienna, 1872 ; became a 3rd secretary, 1873 ; 
transferred to Rome, 1875 ; promoted to 2nd 
sec. at Lisbon 1876; apptd. to Madrid 1878, to 
Paris 1884, to Lisbon 1886, to The Hague 1890 ; 
sec. of Embassy at Madrid 1893, and at Rome 
1897 ; Minister at Belgrade 1900-3 (when the 
British Minister was recalled), and at Berne 1905- 
9; J.P. Surrey. The 1st Bt. was Governor of 
Prince of Wales Island, Singapore, and Malacca 
from 1833-42 ; chief superintendent of British 
trade in China, and Governor and commander- 
in-chief of Hong Kong and its dependencies from 
1847-53. Residences — Knowle Park, Cranleigh, 



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Surrey : 33, Lowndes Square, S.W. Clubs — St. 
James's ; Travellers'. Issue — 

1. Eric Henry Bonham, M.V.O., Heir, b. 3 July 
1875 ; m. 23 May, 1910, Ethel, dau. of late Col. Leopold 
Seymour, of 9;)", Piccadilly, W. ; lieut. Scots Greys 
since 1901 : served in S. Africa 1900-2 ; extra equerry 
to the Duke of Connaught 1909 : equerry to Prince 
Arthur of Connaught since 1909 ; has the Order of 
St. Anne of Russia. Rising Sun of Japan, Crown of 
Italy, and St. Hubert of Bavaria. Clubs — Cavalry ; 
Wliite's. Issue— 

Dau. b. 10 July, 1914. 

1. Editli Florence, ni. 27 March 1900, Evelyn Mount 
Stuart Grant Duff, C.M.G. (see Knightage). 

2. Lilian Frances, m. 26 June, 1911, George Jardine 
Kidston. H.M. j:>iplomatic Service. 

3. Evelyn Mary. 

BONSER, Privy Counsellor. — The Rt. Hon. 

Sib John Winfield Bonsee, Knt. Bach. {see 
Knightage). 

BOORD, 2ud Bt. (U.K.). Great. 18 Feb. 
189G. — SiE William Aethue Booed, s. of 1st 
Bt. B. in London, 24: Maj% 1862 : ed. at 
Harrow and in France and Germany : F.R.G.S. 
Residence — 17. Holland Park, W. Club — 
.Tunior Carlton. 

Sir Thomas William Boord. 1st Bt., b. 14 July, 
1838 ; M.P. for Greenwicli 1873-95 : ra. 18 July, 1861, 
Margaret D'Almaine (Residence — 17, Holland Park, 
W.), dau. of Thomas Mackinlay, F.S.A., and d. 2 May, 
1912. Issue— 

1. Sir William Arthur Boord, pres. Bt. 

2. Harry Percy Boord, Heir Pres., M.A. Camb., 
b. 10 April, 1868. Clubs — Carlton ; Junior Carlton. 

3. Alexander Edgar Boord, b. 13 Feb. 1872 ; m. 31 
Oct. 1901, Coralie Mary, dau. of Herman Hoskier, of 
Hayes. Resideiici — Tlic Oast House, Hayes Com- 
mon, Kent. Clul.i — Union Club. Issue — 

1. Richard AVilliam Boord, h. 9 Xov. 1907. 

1. EUinor Mary. 

2. Helen Margaret. 

3. Svbil Katlitiiue. 

1. Mary Lilian, m. 30 Sept. 1897, Comm. W. F. 
Caborne, C.B., R.N.R., and has issue. 

2. Ethel Margaret, m. 12 July, 1899, Sydney Arthur 
Monckton Copemau, F.R.S!, M.A., "M.D. Camb. 
P.R.C.P. (Club — Jun. Army and Xavy), and has issue. 
Residence — 70, Regent's Park Road.' X.W. 

BOOTH, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1904 — 
Rt. Hon. Chaeles Booth, s. of Charles Booth, 
of Liverpool, by Emily, dau. of Thonias Fletcher, 
of Liverjjool. B. 1840 ; in. 1871, Mary, dau. of 
Charles Zachary Macaulay : ed. at Roy. Institute 
Sch. Liverpool ; hon. D.Sc. Camb., hon. D.C.L. 
Oxford ; F.R.S. ; memb. of tlie firm of Alfred 
Booth & Co., steamship owners, of Liverpool ; 
on Roy. Commn. on poor relief 1905 ; has de- 
voted great attention to the conditions attaching 
to the poorer classes, and to poverty in towns, 
and written various works on the subject, includ- 
ing the well-known " Life and La! our of the People 
in London." Residences — 28, Campden House 
Court, Kensington, W. ; Gracedieu IManor. Whit- 
wick. Leicestershire. Clubs — Reform ; Athe- 
nseiun. 

GORE-BOOTH, 6th Bt. (Irel.). Creat. 30 
Aug. 1760. — SiE JossLYN Augustus Richaed 
Goee-Booth, s. of 5th Bt. B. 25 Feb. 1869; 
m. 12 June, 1907, Mary Sibell, dau. of late Rev. 
Savile L'Estrango Malone ; sue. his father 1900 ; 
late lieut. 5th Batt. Roy. Munster Fus. (M. ) ; 
patron of 2 livings. This is a branch of the 
Earl of Arran's family. The 3rd Bt. assumed 
the arms and name of Booth in addition to his 
patronymic Gore by sign-manual. Residence — 
Lissadell, Sligo. Issue — 

1. Michael Savile Gore-Booth, Heir, b. July 24, 
1908. 

2. Hugh Gore-Booth, b. 6 June, 1910. 

3. Brian Gore-Booth, b. 23 Dec. 1912. 

1. Bridget Mary. 

2. Rosaleen Ra"cliel. 

Sir Henry William Gore-Booth, 5th Bt., b. 1 
July, 1843 ; m. 29 April, 1867, Georgina Mary (Resi- 
dence — Ardeevin, Sligo), dau. of Col. Charles John Hill, 
of Tickhill Castle, Yorkshire, and d. 13 Jan. 1900. 
Issue — 



1. JossLYN Augustus Richard Gore-Booth, pres. 
Bt. 

2. Mordaunt Gore-Booth, b. 5 Dec. 1878 ; B.A. 0.x- 
ford ; m., 1906, Evelyn, dau. of Robert Stanley Schol- 
field, of Sandhall, Howden, E.R. YorksWre. Resi- 
dence — 37, Hall Gate, Donc.aster. Issue — 

1. Paul Henry Gore-Booth, b. 3 Feb. 1909. 

2. Colum Robert Gore-Booth, b. 26 June, 1913. 

1. Constance Georgine, m. 29 Sept. 1900, Caslmir 
Dunin de Markievicz, and has issue. Residence — • 
Zyvotovka, Staro Zyvotov, Poland. 

BOOTHBY, IStli Bt. (E.). Creat. 13 July, 
166(.).^SiE Ch.aeles Francis Boothby, s. of 
10th Bt. B. 22 June, 1858 ; sue. his bro. 
1913 ; ed. at Harrow ; late lieut. North Mayo 
Militia. This Baronetcy was conferred for ser- 
vices to the Stuarts ; the patent, originally dated 
in 1644, was signed by Charles I. but never sealed ; 
at the Restoration Charles II. renewed the 
patent with the date of 1660, and caused it to 
pass the seals. Residence — 21, Victoria Sqiuire, 
S.W. 

Rev. Sir Brooke William Robert Boothby, 10th 
Bt., b. 29 Jan. 1809 ; B.A., fellow of All Souls, Ox- 
ford, 1829, M.A. 1833 ; m. 7 Sept. 1852, Martha Serena 
(d. 29 June. 1909), dau. of Rev. Charles Boothby, and 
d. 21 Sept. 1865. Issue — 

1. Sir Brooke Boothby, 11th Bt., b. 18 Nov. 
1856 ; in the Diplomatic Service ; d. 22 Jan. 1913. 

2. Sir Charles Francis Boothby, pres. Bt. 

3. Rev. Herbert Cecil Boothby, Heir Pres., 
b. 8 Dec. 1863 ; B.A. Oxford ; late lieut. Derbyshire 
Regt. 

4. Seymour WiUiam Brooke Boothby, b. 6 Feb. 1866 ; 
m. 30 Oct. 1906, Clara Margaret, dau. of late Robert 
Artliur Valpy. Issue — 

1. Florence Enuna. Residence — 15, Carlvlo Square, 
Clielsea, S.W. 

2. Rosilaud Louisa. 

3. Beatrice Georgiana. 

BORDEN, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1912.— 
Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Laird Bohden, G. C.M.G. 

(see Knightage). 

BOREEL, 8th Bt. (E.). Creat. 21 ilarch, 1(M4. 
-Sir Jacob Willem Gusta.af Boreel. s. of 7th 
Bt. B. 10 Sept. 1852; m. 1st, 14Ma.ch, 1878, the 
Baroness Mary Cornelia (d. Nov. 1891), dau. of 
the Baron Sehimmeli^enninck Vanderoye ; ra. 
2nd, Feb. 16, 1898, Cornelia Maria van Weede ; 
sue. his father 1883 ; ed. at Ley den University ; 
is chamberlain to the Queen of the Netlierlands, 
and member of Gedeputeerde Staten of North 
Holland. The 1st Bt. was knighted by James 
1. in 1619, when on an embassy to England. 
Residence — Waterland Velsen, N. Holland. 
Issue — ■ 

1. Cornelie Marie, M. 27 Nov. 1902, Frederick William 
Baron van Tuyll van Serooskerken, and lias issue. 

2. Agues, m. 17 Oct. 1907, Ernest Cremers. 

Sir William Boreel, 9th Bt., b. 23 March, 18Q0 ; 
m. 24 .July, 1833, Margaret, dau. of Lt.-Gen. V'iUiam 
Francis Boreel. Issue — 

1. Sir Jacob William Gustaaf Boreel, pres. Bt. 

1. Agnes Cornelie Hugonia, m. 12 Aug. 1863, Wiliiam, 
Baron de Goltstein, who d. 1901. 

2. Mary, m. 1874, Baron F. van Tuyll van Serocsker- 
kcn. 

The late Robert Eugene Boreel, great-grandson of S. 
William Boreel, 7th Bt., and 3rd cousin of pres. Bt., 
b. 19 Dec. 1850 : m. 26 Sept. 1878, Florence, dau. F. 0. 
Brooke of Uftord Place, Suffolk, and d. 1896. Issue — 

1. Francis William Robert Boreel, Htn; Pres., 
b. 19 March 1882. 

2. Alfred Boreel, b. 1883. 

1. Florence Ida Sopliia. 

2. HelJne Cecile. 



BORINGTON, Vise, and Baron. <SeeMoRLEY, 

E.ARL OF. 

BOROUGH, 1st Bt. (ex. 3 Dec.^ 1879). Creat. 12 
Nov. 1813. 

The late Sir Edward Richard Borough, 2nd St., 
b. 20 June, 1800 ; m. 12 May, 1831, Lady Elizabeth St. 
Lawrence (d. 12 April, 1863), dau. of 2nd Earl of Howth, 
and d. 3 Dec. 1879. Issue — 
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2. Augusta Frances, m. 9 Sept. 1876, Sir Arthur Jolin 
Fludycr, 5th Bt. 

3 Emily Georgiana, m. 30 Sept. 1869, Bng.-Gen. 
Metcalfe Studholnie Brownrigg, J. P., (Clubs— Travel- 
lers; United Service), and has issue. Residence — 20, 
Onsiow Square, S.W. 

BORROWES, 10th Bt. Great. U Feb. 1046. 

Sib KiLDARE Dixon Bobrowes, s. of 9th Bt. 

B. 21 Sept. 1852 ; m. 31 March, 188G, Juha Aline, 
dau. of WiUiani Holden, of Palace House, 
Lancashire ; sue. his father 1898 ; ed. at Chel- 
tenham ; Lieut. -Col., late 11th Hussars; Maj. 
late South of Ireland I.Y. ; D.L., J.P., Kildare ; 
High Sheriff 1902. The 1st Bt. vs'as sheriff of 
Kildare in 1641. and was made Bt. by King 
Charles I. for his "many good and faithful 
services both in peace and war." Residence — 
Barretstown Castle. Ballymore Eustace, Naas, 
CO. Kildare. Clubs— Cavalry ; Kildare Street 
(Dublin). 

Maj. Sir Erasmus Dixos Borrowes, 9th Bt , h. 
19 Dec 18:51 ; m. 1st. 14 Aug. 1851, Fredenca (d. 17 
Aug. 1886), dau. of Brig.-Gen. Hutchinson; ni. 2nd, 

5 Oct 1887 Florence (Residence— Tlie Seasons, Bally- 
more Eustace, Naas, co.Kildare), dau. of WiUiam Ruxton, 
of Ardee House, Ardee. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Sir Kildare Dixon Borrowes, pros. Bt 
2 EUSTACE Borrowes, Heir. Pres., b. 31 Dec. 
1866 : m. 18 April, 1899, Louisa Margaret Wmitred 
Mary^ dau. of John Macdonald Roysc. Issue — 
"Kildare Henry Borrowes, b. 1900 

1 Clara Ellen, m. 31 March. 1875, Maj. Duncan Mathe- 
son, late 6th Dragoons, and has issue. Residence- 
Lews Castle, Stornoway. 

2 Flora m 19 Oct. 1898, Rev. Arthur Johnston, 
B.D., m'.A., Residence— Drumbanagh, Newry. 

Issue bv 2nd m. — ,_ o-, o 4. iono 

3. Lieut. WaXtoT Borrowes, R.N., b. 22 Sept 1892. 
3. Mary Adelaide Vernon, m. 3 April, 1913, Montagu 
Martiiidale Parry Jones, Roy. Fus. 

BORTHWICK, Baron. (Ext. orDonnant, 4 Oct. 
1910). Creat. 12 June, 1452. — The Late Archi- 
bald BoRTHWiCK. 18th Baron Borthwick, b. 31 
Aug. 1811 ; m. 1 Aug. 1840, Mary Louisa (d. 22 
Nov. 1868), dau. of John Home Home, of Long- 
formascus, and d. 3 July, 1863. Issue — 

Hon. Mary Catherine, m. 27 April, 1870, William George 
Spens, and has issue. -„ ^, • , , 

CuvNiNGHAM BORTHWICK, 19th Baron Borthwick, b. 

6 June 1813 (title admitted by House of Lords, o May, 
1870)- m. 18 Julv, 1865, HARRIET ALICE (Residence 
— Rav'eustone Castle, Whithorn, Wigtownshire), dau 
of Thomas Hermitage Day, of Frindsbury, Kent, and 
d. 24 Dec. 1885. Issue — 

1. Archibald Patrick Thomas Borthwick, 20th 
BARON Borthwick, b. 3 Sept. 1867 ; m. 18 July, 
1901 Susannah Mary (Residences— Ravenstone 
Castle, Whithorn, Wigstownliirc ; 22, Charles Street, 
Berkelev Square. W.), dau. of Sir Mark MacTaggart- 
Stewartast Bt., and d. 4 Oct. 1910, when the Barony 
became extinct, or dormant. Issue — 
Hon. Isolde Frances. 

1. Hon. Gabrielle Margaret Ariana. Residence— 
Ravenstone Castle, Wliithorn, Wigtownshire. 

2. Hon. Alice Rachael Anne. in. o July, 1893, tapt. 
Alexander Straton Campbell, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — Wrasenham, Norfolk. 

3. Hon. Mary Frances Harriet, m. 1 July, 1897, 
Harold Chaloner Dowdall, M.A., B.C.L (Club— 
St. James's) :bar.-at-law, Chancellor of the Diocese oi 
Liverpool ; and has issue. Residence— 21 , Devonshire 
Placi', Birkenhead. 

BOSTON, 6th Baron. Creat. 10 April, 1761 : 
Bt. 13 April, 1704 (G.B.).— George Flobance 
Irby. s. of 5th Baron. B. 6 Sept. 1860 ; m. 13 
March, 1890, Cecilia Constance (has Order of 
Mercy), dau. of Hon. Augustus Irby, of HiUmgdon 
Grove, Uxbridge : svic. his father 1877 ; ed. at 
Oxford. M.A.. 1886 : Lord-in-waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1885-6 ; D.L. Anglesey. The 1st peer 
was M.P. for Launceston and Bodmin, and filled 
several high offices about the courts of George I 
and II. Residences — Hedsor, Bourne End, Bucks ; 
Lligwy, Moelfre. Anglesey; 266a, St. James's 
Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W. 

George Ives Irby, 4th Baron Boston, b. 14 Sept. 

1802; m. 1st, 25 Jan. 1850, Fanny Elizabeth (d. 1 



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April, 1860), dau. of W. R. Hopkins, Northey ; m. 2nd, 

30 July 1861, Hon. Caroline Amelia (Residence — Villa 
St. Raphael, Taukuta, Whitstable, and d. 22 Dec. 
1869). Issue— ^ ^ 

Florance George henry Irby, 5th Baron Boston, 
b 9 March, 1837 ; m. 17 Oct. 1859, Hon. Augusta 
clROLlNE(m. 2iid, 16 April, 1883, Sir Henry Percy 
Anderson, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., see Kn'gWfl) ^au of 
John, 3rd Baron dc Saumarez, and d. 4 Jan. 1877. 

^T'^George Florance Irby, pres. Baron 
">' Hon Cecil Saumarez Irby, Heir Pres., b. 3 
Feb 1862; late 7th Batt. 60tli Rifles, J.P. Bucks ; in. 

31 Jan. 1885, Florence Augusta, dau. of the late 
Clement Upton Cottrell-Dormer of Roushaiu, Oxford 
Residence— Hitcham Grange, Taplow, Bucks. Club 
— Junior Carlton. Issue — 

1 GrcviUe Northey Irby, b. 24 Aug 1889 ; m 27 
Sept 1913, Constance Beryl, dau. of the late William 
Richard Lester, of Alderley, Llandudno. 
2. Cecil Eustace Irby,b. 14 June, 1897. 

3 Ho^rti^bCTt^Mle Irby, b. 23 Oct. 1864; late 
Diplomatic Service ; m. 1 Jan. 1891, Esm6, dau. of 
George Oldham Edwards. Residence— Glanaethwy, 
Bangor N. Wales. Club— Wellington. Issue— 

1. g^^r^SlS^Sherine, m. 3 July , 1890, Gordon 
Frederick Deedes, and has issue. Residence— The 
Wash West Coker, Somerset. 

2 Hon. Winifred Mary, m. 15 Oct. 1896 Sir Harry 
Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. {see Kuiglitage). 

HOUSTOUN - BOSWALL, 4th Bt. (U.K.) 
Creat. 19 Jvily. 1836.— Sir George Reginald 
HousTOUN-BoswALL, s. of 3rd Bt. B. b L)ec. 
1877 ■ m 23 Feb. 1913, Naomi Veronica, dau. 
of Col. Anstey, R.E. ; D.L. Ber«ickshi -e ; sue 
his father 1908 ; lieut. Gren. Gds., "^en- i^es. of 
Officers ; late lieut. Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders (M.) The 1st B*- ^^^^^^ ^^^''^ 
in the Armv and Colonel of the 20th Regt. ; 
he served at the taking of Minorca, and the 
' expeditions to Egypt and to Walcheren, and 
received a medal for his services m conimand 
of a division at Fuentes d'Onoro. Seat— Black- 
adder, Edrom, Berwickshire. 

i COL. SIR GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK HOUSTOUN- 

' Bosw\ll -'lid Bt Gren. Gds.; b. 4 Oct. 1809, m. 

i°l™847:Euphe,nia (d-^^ Dec 1882),o^ c of Thomas 

Boswall, of Blackadder, and d. ^-Ta"; 1886 Issue 

1. CAPT. GEORGE LAUDERDALE HOUSTOUN-BOSWALL, 

3rd Bt., Gren. Gds. ; b. 11 Dec IS-^^ ; D L Be - 

wickshire ; m. 1 March 1877 Pli°-'b^(d- ^j^ec 1904J^ 

dau. of Sir Hugh Allan, and d. » J-v^; ^^US Issue 

1. SIR George Reginald Houstoun-Boswall, 

f'cAP^T^^HOMAS RANDOLPH HOUSTDl^N-BOSWALL. 

HEIR PRES., b. 5 Feb. 1882; late Roy. bcots. 

Club — Bachelor's. „, , ,r ■ » wnnstniin 

1 Evelyn Marv Alice, ni. 1914, Ma]. A. Houstoun. 

^ Col Thomas 'Alford Houstoun- Boswall-Preston, 

h oi T,iiv 1850- DL J.P., Berwickshire, Comm. 

S: K Sc'ot^anf ArtiUery'. Assumed naiiu. of Preston 

by royal license ; m. 8 May, 1883, Alice Mary dau. of 

William Cunard. Residence— Tweed HiU, Berwick 

1 on-Twecd. Club— Traveller.,'. Issue— 

I 1. Gordon Houstoun- Boswall b. \^ M;«''^ j«|'- 

2. Alistair Houstoun- Boswal b. -io IX'^xXonv 

1 Euphemia Constance, m. 24 Oct. 1906, Anthony 
Edmund Gibbs, and has issue. ,0.. , . i„tclient 

! 3. Alfred Houstoun-Boswall, b. 1 3 Feb. 18.^4 late heut . 

E. Lothian Y.C. ; m. 22 July.l^f 1. Enf';'!'"'^ Grafton- 

Frances, dau. of Capt. B. H. de ^^>"to"'p°' ^"^^"^t", 

bury Hereford. Residence— 99, Sydney Place, Bath. 

i Clubs— Arthur's ; Wellington. Issue— 

1. William Evelyn Houstoun-Boswall, b. o June, 
1892- 2nd lieut. Black Watch 1914. 

2 Charles Houstoun-BoswaU, b. 17 Apnl, 1894, 
2nd lieut. Cavalry 1914. . , 

3. John Francis Houstoun-Boswall, b. jI .u,.>, 
1895 ; 2nd lieut. Cavalry 1914. 

i 1. Evelyn Lucy. 

! BOTHA, Privy Counseilor. Apptd. 1 907.— Right 

!Hon. Louis Botha. B. at Greytown Nata 

1862 : m. 1886. Annie, dau. of the ate John 
1 Cheere Emmet ; was a memb. of 1st \ oiRs- 
1 raad of the Transvaal ; served throughout f he 
1 S A. war ; was apptd. commander-in-chief ot 
tthe Boer forces in succession to Gen. Joubeit, 

and also commanded the troops at the battle of 
' Colenso; prime minister of the Transvaal 190/- 10, 

E 



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prime minister of tlie Union of South Africa 
since May, 1910 ; took a prominent part in the 
colonial conference in London, 1907. and Imperial 
Conference, 1911 : hon. gen. in the army 1912; 
represented the Union of S. Africa at the Corona- 
tion of King George V. 1911 ; hon. D.C.L. 
Oxford 1911. hon. LL.D. Camb. 1911. Residence 
— Pretoria. Tia is^vaal. 



BOTREAUX, Baron. Sea Loudoun, Eaei, of. 

BOTTESFORD, Baron. See Canterbury, 
Earu of. 

BOTTETOURT, Baron. See Beaufort, Duke 



BOUGHEY, 7th Bt. o! Newcastle-under- 
Lyrae (G.B.). Creat. ii Aug. 1798.— Rev. 
Sir Robert Boxtghey, .s. of 3rd Bt. B. 21 
March, 1843 ; sue. his bro. 1912 : Vicar of Betley, 
Staffs ; patron of 1 living. The 1st Bt. was 
sheriff of Staffordshire in 1788-9 : his s. assumed \ 
the name of Boughey in lieu of Fletcher 1805. 
Residences — Aqualate, Xewport, Slu'opshire ; 
Betley Vicarage, Xewcastle-under-Lyme. 

Sm Thomas Fletcher Fextox Boughey, 3rd Bt., 
b. 22 Jan. 1809 ; m. 27 Dec. 1832, Loui.sa (d. 10 Dec. 
1879), dau. of Thomas Gifford, of Chilliugton, and d. 
6 Oct. ISSO. Issue— 

1. Sip. Thomas Fletcher Boughey, 4th Bt.. b. 
.') April, 183G ; ra. 25 Aug. 18C4, Sakah Anabella 
(d. 18 Feb. 1914), dau. of Harold Littledale, of Liscard 
Hall, Cheshire, and d. 30 Aug. 190fi. 

2. Rev. Sir George Boughey, 5th Bt., b. 2 May, 
1837 ; 111. 25 April, ls75, Theodosia Mary (Eesidence 
— Aqualate, Newport, Salop) , dau. of Rev. Charles 
Suiith Royds, of Haughtou, Staffordshire, and d. 
4 Aug. 1910. Issue — 

1. Etiiel. 

2. Eva Paulina, m. 30 July, 1912, John Wollaston 
Greene. Residence — The Panels, Bury St. Edmunds. 

3. Dorothy, m. 3 April. 1907, ' Hon. Gerald 
Spencer Ch-gg-Hlll (sue HiLL, Vise). 

4. Mary. 

3. Sir William Fletcher Boughey, Gth Bt. b. 
3 Sept. 1840, Coiiim. R.N. ; ser\ed in X. Z. War, 1863 ; 
in Abyssinian War; m. 1 Aug. 1891, Mary A^■^• 
Gundey (d. 3 Dec. 1912). dau. of Richard Pearce, 
and d. 17 April, 1912. 

4. Rev. Sir P^obert Boughey, pres. Bt. 

5. Francis Boughey, Heir Pres., b. 2 April, 1848. 
Residence — The Derwen, Oswestry. 

1. Lucy Harriet. Residence — The Derwen, Oswestry. 



ROUSE-BOUGHTON; 13ih Bt. of Lawford 

Parva (E. ). Creat. 1041. — Sir William St. 
Ani>rew Kouse-Boughton, s. of 11th Bt. 
B. at Larden Hall, 23 Sept. 1853; rn. 1 Oct. 
1878, Eleanor Frances, dau. of Rev. Frederick 
Harry Hot ham ; sue. his fatlier 1906 ; ed. at 
Harrow and Camb; J.P., C.C, Salop; patron 
of one living ; inherits two Baronetcies, of 
which the more recent was conferred on his 
ancestor in 1791, who represented Evesham and 
Bramber in parliament, and was sec. to the 
Board of Control in 1784. under the name of 
Chas. Wm. Boughton Rouse, which names he 
transposed on inheriting the Boughton Baron- 
etcy. Tlie 7th Bt. was murdered during his 
minority, in 1781, by his brother-in-law. Captain 
Donellan, who was executed for the crime. Seat 
— Downton Hall, near Ludlow, Salop. Club — 
Oxford and Cambridge. Issue — - 

Edward Hotham Rouse-Boughton, Heir, b. 23 
Aug. 1893; lieut. 1,5th Hussars Spec. Res. 

Sir William Edward Boughton, 10th Bt., b. 14 Sept. 

1788 ; m. 24 March. 1824, Charlotte (d. 14 May, 1842) 

dau. of Thomas Andrew Knight, and d. 22 May, 1856. 

Issue — 

1. Sir Charles Henry Rouse-Boughton, 11th 
Bt., b. 16 Jan. 1825 ; m. 23 Aug. 1852, Mary 
Caroline (d. 19 Jan. 1892), dau. of John Severne, and 
d. 20 Feb. 1906. Issue— 

1. Sir William St. Andrew Roese-Boughton 
pres. Bt. 

2. Edward rTiueKburgli Rousc-Bouglitoii, 1>. 24 



July, 1858. Residence — Whitton, Laintwardlne, 

Herefordshire. Club — St. James's. 

1. Catherine Mary, m. 29 Jan. 1885, Sir Offley 

W'akeman, 3rd Bt. 
2. The late Andrew Johnes Rouse-Boughton-Kniglit, 
b. 26 Mav, 1826 ; m. 28 Sept. 1858, Eliza (d. 27 Oct. 
1914), dau. of John Severne, and d. 7 June, 1909. 
Issue — 

1. Charles Andrew Rouse-Boughton-Knight, b 
17 Nov. 1859 ; late Scots Gds ; D.L., J.P., Hereford ; 
111. 30 April, 1902, Helen Dupre, dau. of the late 
George Orr Wilson, of Dunardagli. co. Dublin. 
Residence — Downton Castle, Herefordsliire. Club — 
Carlton. 

2. Andrew Greville Rouse-Boughton-Knight, b. 
13 Feb. 1869; m. 2 Sept. 1891, Isabel Harriet, 
dau. of Algernon Charles Heber-Percy. Residences 
— Wormsley Grange, Hereford ; Dovers Lodge, 
Reigate. Club — Raleigh. Issue — . 

1. Thomas Andrew Greville Rouse-Boughton- 
Knight, b. 1897. 

1. Dorothea Emily. 

2. Isabel Bridget. 

1. Anna Lily Frances, m. 7 Nov. 1888, William 
George Pcareth, J.P., and has issue. Residence — 

2. Katherine Emily, m. 26 Jan. 1899, Eliot George 
Bromley-Martin, and has issue. 

3. Mary Georgina. Residence — Tinker's Hill, 
Ludlow. 

4. Florence. Residence — May Knoll , Ludlow. 

1. Frances Harriet. Residence — The Abbey House, 
Slirewsbury. 

2. Frederica St. John, m. 30 July, 1861, Richard 
Orlebar, J. P., and has issue. Residence — The Slade 
House. Hinwick, Wellingborough. 



BOULTON, 1st Bt. oi Copped Hall (U.K.). 
Creat. 24 July 1905. — Sir Samuel Bagster 
BouLTON, s. of Rev. Thomas Boulton, some- 
time of ' CTi-ahamstown, S.A., and Rhoda, dau. 
of John Parker. B. 12 July, 1830 ; m. 19 April, 
1855, Sophia Louisa (d. 25 Xov. 1900), dau. 
of the late Thomas Cooper ; pres. West Ham 
Chamber of Commerce 1893-1902 ; vice-pres. Lon- 
don Chamber of Commerce 1893-8 ; founder and 
chrmn. for 24 years of the London Labour Con- 
ciliation Board ; Lord of the Manor of Tot- 
teridge ; associate I.C.E. (Telford medallist) ; 
F.R.G.S. : was twice pres. of federation of working 
men's social clubs : D.L., J. P. Herts, J. P. Middle- 
sex and West Ham ; is a Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Residences — 
Copped Hall, Totteridge, Herts. Club.s — Carlton; 
Bath ; Royal Societies' ; LTnited Empire ; Consti- 
tutional. Issue — 

1. Capt. Harold Edwin Boulton, Heir, City of Lon- 
don Regt., late Cameron Highlanders, b. 7 Aug. 1859 ; m. 
26 Jan. 1889, Adelaide Lucy, dau. of Duncan David- 
son, of Tulloch. CO. Ross ;' M.A. Oxford ; Knt. of 
Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; C.V.O. 
1913; M.V.O.1903. Residence— 5. Soutiiwick Street, 
W. Clubs — Marlborough; Atheu;euni ; Oxford and 
Cambridge ; Bath. Issue — 

1. Denis Duncan Harold Owen Boulton, b. 10 
Dec. 1892; heut. 5th Batt. Cauierou Highlrs. ; 
late 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 

2. Christian Harold Ernest Boulton. 1). 17 Feb. 
1897. 

1. Louise Kvthg Veronica. 

2. Oscar Evan Boulton, b. 29 May, 1866 : M.A. O.xford ; 
Knt. of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem ; served 
S.A. War with Ayrshire Yeo. (capt.) (medal, 3 clasps). 
It.-col. com. City of London Yeo. ; m. 2 June, 1894, 
Barbara Marion, dau. of Maj.-Gen, Robert Adam 
Wauchope, late Indian Army. Residence — Lynells, 
Totteridge, Herts. Club — Cavalry ; Oxford and 
Cambridge ; Isthmian. Issue — 

Hersej' Barbara. 

1. Cora Burt, m. 16 Dec. 1884, Richard Cowper, who 
d. 1886, and has issue. 

2. Mabel Annie, m. 1st. , 16 July, 1884, St. Clair Stobart, 
B.A. Oxford, who d. 9 April, 1908, and has issue ; 
m. 2nd, 11 March. 1911, John Herbert Greenhalgh, 
Barr.-at-law. Residence — 3 Reynolds Close, Hamp- 
stead Garden Suburb, Finchley. 

3. Enid Alice, m. 12 April, 1883, Frederick Hugh 
Capron, B.A. Oxford, and has issue. 

4. Eva Gertrule. 

5. Beatrice Amy, in. 1 June, 1891. Sidney Clement 
Galpin, M.A. Oxford, and lias issue. 



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[BOWYER 



BOURNE, Baronetcy. (Ext. 11 Nov. 1883). Great. 

10 May. 1880. — The Late Sie James Bouene, 1st 

Bt., C.B., b. 8 Oct. 1912; m. 11 Oct. 1841, 

Sarah Harriot (d. 1892); clau. of Thomas 

Fournis Dyson, and d. 14 March, 1882. Issue — 

1. Col. Sir James Dyson Bourne, 2nd and last 

Bt., 5th Dragoon Gds ; b. 29 July, 1842 : m. 29 Dec. 

1875, Lady Marion jANE(m. 2nd, Doc. 1884, Lieut.- 

Col. James John Neale Buchanan, wlio d. 28 Nov. 

1893 ; m. 3rd, 24 Oct. 1894, Rev. James Weller, of 

Amersham. Residence — 48, Earls Court Square, S.W.), 

dau. of 3id Marq. of Ely, and d. 11 Nov. 1883 



John Paget Bowman, b. 12 Feb. 1904. 

Frances Rachel. 
2. Guy Eddowes Paget Bowman, b. 1878 ; od. at Eton 
and Oxford, M.A. ; Bar.-at-law, l)ep. Registrar of the 
Corporation of tlie Sons of tin- Clergy ; m. 10 April, 
1907, Ethel Mary, dau. of George Cyril Bowman, of 
The Clews, Haslemere. Residence — Corporation House, 
Bloomsbury Place, W.C. Issue — 

Nancy Freda. 
1. Muriel Paget, m. 22 Jan. 1896, Samuel Forde 
Ridley (Club — Carlton), late M. P. for Rochester, and 
has issue. Residence — 5 Edwardes Place, Kensing- 
ton, W. 



Harriet Anne Dvson, m. 8 Aug. 1883, James William i SIR William Bowman, 1st Bt., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., 
Seabiirnc May. ' Residences— Hadlinsall Hill, Fleet- [ P.R-C.S., b. 20 July, 1816; m. 28 Dec. 1842, Harriett 



wood. Lanes ; Slirubs Hill House, Sunuingdalc. 

BOWATER, Bt. Great. 16July,1914. Iviit. Bach. 
1906. — Sie T. Vansittaet Bowater. s. of late 
\\'illiam Vansittart Bowater, of Bury Hall, Lower 
Edmonton, N., and Eliza Jane, dau. of Tliomas 
Davey, of Bristol. B. at Gheetham Hill, Man- 
chester, 18(;2 ; m. 1887, Emily Margaret, dau. 
of John Spencer, of Croydon ; ed. at Manchester 
and Stourbridge ; a lieut. for City of London ; 
sheriff of London 1906 ; alderman 1907 ; Lord 
Mayor 1913-4 ; grand commander of order of the 
Redeemer (Greece) ; officer of the order of the 
Crown of Belgium ; palme of the Academic 
Frangaise, ancl Knt. of the Order of St. Olaf of 
Norway (1st cl.) ; comm. of order of Danneburg, 
Denmark : comm. of the order of Leopold, 
Belgium ; Hon. Col. 10th Batt. City of London 
Regt. 1914. Residence — Hill Crest, Croydon. 
Club — Constitutional. Issue — 
Rainald Vansittart Bowater, m. 18 June, 1914, 
Ethel Maud, dau. of John Keeler-Grex, of Keith Lodge, 
Woodside. 

BOWEN, Baron, life Peer (Ext. 10 April, 
1894). Great. 23 Sept. 1893.— The late Rt. Hon. 
Sir Charles Sy'xge Cheistophee Bowen, Baeon 
BowEN, b. 1 Jan. 1835; F.R.S.. Hon. D.C.L. 
Oxford ; called to the Bar, 1861 ; Recorder of 
Penzance, 1872 ; Judge of Queen's Bench Div. 
1879 ; Lord Justice of Appeal, 1882 ; Lord of 
Appeal in ordinary, 1893 ; m. Feb. 1862. Emily 
Frances (d. 24 March, 1897). dau. of James 
Meadows Rendel, F.R.S., and d. 10 April. 1894. 
Issue — 

1. Rev. the Hon. WiUiam Edward Bowen, M.A. 



(d. 26 Oct. 19C!0),dau. of Thomas Paget, of Leicester, 
and d. 29 March, 1892. Issue— 

1. Sir William Paget Eowman, pres. Bt. 

2. John Frederick Rownian, b. 1850, m. 1875, Cecilia, 
dau. of Edward Charrington, of Burys Court, Reigate. 
Residences — 25. Young Street, Kensington ; Garra- 
mor, Arisaig, N.B. Club — Conservative. Issue — 

1. Humphrey Ernest Bowman, b, 1879. 

2. Clive Frederick Bowman, b. 1884. 

1. Dorothea Percy, m. 4 April,1899, Hubert Brinton, 
assist, master ft Eton Coll. 

3. The late Rev. Arthur Gerald Bowman, b. 1854 ; 
M.A. Oxford, late vie. of St. Mark's, Kennington ; 
m. 1879, Edith, (m. 2nd, 20 July, 1905, Robert Harold 
Paget, and d. 18 Jan. 1908), dau. of William Paget, 
of St. Anne's Manor, Notts, and d. 8 Sept. 1904. 

Issue — . 

Arthur William Bowman, b. 1887 ; m. 24 Jan. 1911, 
Elinor Marion, dau. of Rev. Charles Conybeare, 
vie. of Rostherne, Cheshire. Residence — 31, Roland 
Gardens, S.W. Issue — 
Barbara Paget. 

4. Harry Ernest Bowman. M.R.C.S.E., b. 1855. 
Residence — Studio House, Duke's Lane, Kensington, 
1. Eliza. Residence — 27, Young Street, Kensington. 



BOWMONT, Marq. 

DUKE OF. 



of. 



See RoxBUEGHE, 



BO WRING, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 23 July, 
19(17. — Sir William Ben.jamin Boweing. s. of 
Charles Tricks Bowring, merchant and ship- 
owner, of Liverpool, by Harriet, dau. of 
George Harvey, of Moretonhampstead. Devon. 
B, at St, John's, Newfoundland, 13 Feb. 1837 ; 
m. Isabel McLean, dau. of Edward Lut wich .Jarvis, 
of St. John's, Newfoundland : ed. at Everton and 
Birmingham ; is Chrmn. of C. T. Bowring & Co., 
Ltd., of Liverpool. London, and Cardiff : Director 
of London, City and Midland Bank, Ltd., and 
Oxford, b. Nov. 1862; m. 1890, Catherine, dau. of ' Alliance Assurance Co.. Ltd. : Lord Mayor of 
Rev. Canon Morse. Residence— 107, Barkstou «-*ar- j lj -.p^l^ 1893-4: Alderman and J.P. Liver- 
f^kol\.^n-^t:^rBo^., b. Oct. 1865; i,te | Pod- Residence-!. Beechwood. Gra.ssendale, 
3rd Batt. Derbyshire Regt. Residence— 3, Vernon ! Liverpool. 
Chambers, Southampton Row, W.C. Clubs — Savile ; j 

BOWYER, 9th Bt. of Denham, Bucks. (E.). 
Great. 2.5 June, 1660 ; 5th Bt. of Radley. Berks 
(G.B. ). Great. 8 Sept. 1794. — Sie Geoege Heney 
BowY'EE, s. of Henry George Bowyer. B. 
9 Sept. 1870 ; m. 4 May. 1899, Ethel, dau. of 
Francis Hawkins (mar.' diss., 7 Nov. 1900) ; 
sue. his uncle 1893 ; Lieut. 4th Batt. Cheshire 



Rev. Automobile 
1. Hon. Ethel Kate, m. 1894, Josiah Clement Wedge- 
wood (C'lub — Athenaeum), M.P. for Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, and Ms issue. Residence — Modders HaU, 
Stone, Staffordsliire. 

BOWES. Baron. Sea Steathmoee, Eael of. 



BOWMAN, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 23 Jan. 
1884. — Sie (William) Paget Bowman, s. of 
1st Bt. B. 25 Sept. 1845; m. 9 Aug. 1870 



Regt. (M.). The 1st Bt. of the older creation 
was descended from the Bowyers, of Knypersley, 
,oi xjv. ^. -u uc^i^.. .^^^ , ill. ^ xi..^. ,„,.,,, Staffs, and rep. Buckinghamshire in the first 
Emilv Frances, dau. of Capt'. William Swabev' ( two Parliaments after the Restoration The 
R.H.A., a Peninsular and Waterloo officer, i 2nd Bt. also was M.P. foi' Bucks. I he 1st 
of Wavendon House, Bucks: sue. his father ' Bt. of the second Creation was an Adm. 
1892 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford (rowed in { R-N.. and was creat. a Bt. for Ins gailant 
the eight). M.A. 1871 ; called to the Bar (Inner ' conduct m the victory achieved by Lord Howe 
Temple) 1870; is Registrar of the Corporation i on the 1st of June, 1794. The 8th Bt. was 
of the Sons of the Clergy, and Treasurer of M.P. Dmidalk 1852-68. and for co. Wexford 
the Cholmondeley Charities ; Chrmn. Clergy 1874-80. Residence— 1, Clarendon Crescent, 



deley Charities ; Chrmn. Clergy 

Mutual Assurance Soc. The 1st Bt. was 

an eminent opthalmic surgeon, and received 

his title in recognition of professional services. 

Residences — Joldwj^nds, Holmbury St. Mary, 

Dorking ; Corporation House, Bloomsbury, 

W.C. Club — Athenseum. Issue — 

Rev. Paget Mervyn Bowman, Heir, b. 1 Sept. 

1873 ; m. 12 Feb. 1901, Rachel Katherine, dau. of 

James Hanning, of Kilcrone, co. Cork, one of H.M.'s 

gentlemen-at-arms ; ed. at Eton and Oxford, B.A. 

1895 ; M.A. 1899. Vicar, from 1911, of Woodside, 

South Norwood, S.E. Issue — 



Leamington. 
Heir Pres., Lt.-Col. Wentworth Grenvtllb Bow- 
yer, R.E., s. of Rev. William Henry Wentworth 
Bowyer, grandson of 3rd Bt., b. 10 Nov. 1850 ; 
J P. ; served in Afghan War 1878-80 ; m. 29 Oct. 
1883, Eva Mary, dau. of Maj.-Gen. Charles Stuart 
Lane, C.B. Residence — Weston Underwood, Olney, 
Bucks. Club— Naval .and Military. Issue— 

1. George Edward Wentworth Bowyer, b. 16 Jan. 
1886, capt. Bucks Batt. Oxford and Bucks L.I. ; 
Barr.-at-law. Club — New University. 

2. Lieut. Richard Grenville Bowyer, R.N., b. 18 
May, 1890. 



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3. John Francis Bowver, b. 11 Jan. 1893 : Sub.- 

lieut., R.N. 

1. Hilda Mary : m. 15 Sept. 1913, William Patricia 

Spens, Barr.-at-law ; lieut. 5th Batt. lloy. W. Surrey 

Regt. 

■1. Mildred Elizabetli. 
1. Sir George Bowyer, 6th Bt., b. 3 March, 1773, 
m. 19 Nov. 1808, Anne Hammond (d. 1844) dau. of 
Capt. Sir Andrew Snape Douglas, R.N. and d. 1 July, 
1860. Issue — 

1. Sir George Bowyer, 7th Bt., b. 8 Oct. 1811 ; 
d. 7 June 1883. 

2. Sir William Bowyer, 8th Bt., b. Oct. 1812 : 
ni. 16 June 1857, Ellen Sarah (d. 7 Dec. 1899) and 
d. 30 May, 1893. 

3. The late Henry George Bowyer, b, 1813 : ra. 20 
Fel>. 1855, Katlieiine Emma (Residence — 1, Clarendon 
Crc'scent, Leamington), o. c. of Rev. George Sandby, 
and d. 26 Sept. 1883. Issue — 

1. Sir George Henry Bowy'er, pres. Bt. 
1. Beatrice Marv, m. 1890, James Frederick Shaw, 
J.P. (Clubs — Boodle's: Jun. Carlton) and has issue. 
Residence — Bourton Hall, near Rugby. 
' 2. Helen Gertrude, a nun. 

BOYD, Baronetcy. (Ext. 13Feb. 1889). Great. 
2 June, 1775. — The late Rev. Sir Fbedebick 
Boyd, Gth and last Bt., b. 13 Aug. 1820; 
m. 1st, 1 Aug. 1864, Katharine Mary (d. 3 Aug. 
1867), dau. of Henry William Beauclerck, of 
Leckhamstead, Bucks ; m. 2nd, 24 Jan. 1872, 
Alice Emily Barbara (d. 23 Feb. 1890), dau. 
of Rev. Heneage Drummond, and d. 13 Feb. 1889. 
Issue by 1st m. — 

Kathleen Isabel, b. 26 Aug. 1865. Residence — The 

Ma-.ior House, Bally Castle, Antrim. 

BOYLE, Vise. See Shannon, Earl of. 
BOYLE, Baron. See Cork, Earl of. 
BOYLE, Baron. See Glasgow, Earl of. 

BOYLE, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 14 Dec. 1904.— 
Sir Edward Boyle, s. of 1st Bt. B. 12 June, 
1878 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford (M.A. ) ; barr.-at-law 
(Inner Temple) 1902 ; sue. his father 1909 ; J.P. 
Sussex; F.R.G.S. ; Assoc. Surveyors' Inst. ; Hon. 
Sec. Balkan Committee ; Hon. Treas. International 
Arbitration and Peace Association. Residences — 
63. Queen's Gate, S.W. ; 1, King's Bench Walk, 
Tem]>Ie, E.C. ; Ockham, Hurst Green, Sussex. 
Clul)^ — Reform : Union ; Garrick. 
Sir Edward Boyle, 1st Bt., K.C, F.SJ., F.R.G.S., 
b. 6 Sept. 1848 ; a Director of the London and India 
Docks, and Dep. Chrmn. of the luperial Life Otfice ; 
M.P. for Taunton 1906-9 ; m. 18 March, 1874, Constance 
Jane (Residence — 63, Queen's Gate, S.W.) dau. of William 
Kuiglit, J.P. , of Kensington Park Gardens, W., and d. 
19 March, 1909. Issue— 

Sir Edward Boyle, pres. Bt. 

Constance Beryl Bertha, m. 4 Oct. 1905, George Crosby 

Hnlahan, and has issue. Residence — Rovehurst, 

Cliiddingfold, Surrey. 

BOYNE, 9th Vise. Creat. 20 Aug. 1717 ; 
Baron Hamilton, 20 Oct. 1715 (Irel.): Baron 
Brancepeth (U.K.) 31 Aug. 1866: by which last 
title he liolds his seat in the House of Lords. — 
GtTSTAVTJs William Hamilton-Russell, eld. s. 
of 8th Vise. B. 11 Jan. 1864 : m. 4 Oct. 1906, 
Lady Margaret Selina Lascelles, dau. of the 5th 
Earl of Harewood ; late Capt. 3rd Northumber- 
land Fus. (M.) : D.L. Salop ; D.L., J. P.. Durham; 
sue. his father 1907. The 1st Vise, had been a 
distinguished military officer in the service of 
William III. and was raised to the peerage by 
George I. The 7th Vise, assumed the name of 
Russell for self and issue by royal licence. Resi- 
dences — Brancepeth Castle, Durham ; Stack- 
alien, CO. Meath ; Hardvvick, Sedgefield. Dur- 
ham ; 16, Grosvenor Gardens. S.W. Clubs — 
Travellers' ; Carlton. Issue — 

1. Hon. Gust.wus Lascelles Hamilton-Russell, 
Heir, b. 18 Oct. 1907. 

2. Hon. Richard Gustavus Hamilton-Russell, b. 4 
Feb. 1909. 

3. Hon. John Hamilton-Russell, b. 22 April, 1911. 

4. Hon. Michael Gustavus Hamilton-Russell, b. 
26 Oct. 1912. 



Gustavus Russell Hamilton-Russell, 8th Vise. 
BoYNE, b. 23 Mav, 1830 ; D.L. Salop, J.P. Meath and 
Durham ; m. 2 Sept. 1858, Lady Katharine Frances 
(d. 19 May, 1903). dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Eldon, and 
d. 30 Dec. 1907. Issue — 

1. Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell, pres. 
Vise. 

2. Hon. Frederick Gustavus Hamilton-Russell, b. 
12 June, 1867; D.L., J.P., Duriiam ; m. 27 April, 
1897, Lady Margaret Scott, dau. of 3rd Earl of Eldon. 
Residences — Burwarton Hall, Bridgnorth, Salop ; 

3. Cambridge Gate, Regent's Park, N.W. Clubs — 
St. James's ; Wellington. 

3. Hon. Claud Eustace Hamilton-Russell, b. 4 March, 
1871 ; D.L., J.P., Durham, late Lieut. 4th Batt. 
Cheshire Regt. ; m. 11 April, 1899, Maria Lindsay, 
dau. of Sir Lindsay Wood, Bt. Residence — Cleobury 
Court, Bridgnorth. Clubs — Wellington ; Boodle's. 
Issue — 

1. Arthur Gustavus Lindsay Hamilton-Russell, b. 
30 April, 1900. 

2. Edric Claud Hamilton-Russell, b. 24 Nov. 1904. 
1. Jean Katharine. 

4. Maj. the Hon. Arthur Hamilton-Russell, N. Irish 
Horse, b. 8 Sept. 1872 ; late 1st Dragoons, served in 

5. Africa, wounded in action near Rustenberg, 1900 ; 
has Prussian Order of the Crown, 3rd class ; m. 14 
June, 1905, Marion Lilias, dau. of the late Henry 
Harris, of Steventon, Whitchurch. Residence — 
Yarlingtou, Wincauton, Somerset. Club — Cavalry. 
Issue — 

David Henry Gustavus Hamilton-Russell, b. 4 

May, 1911. 
5. Hon. Eustace Scott Hamilton-Russell, b. 7 Feb. 
1878 ; J.P. Salop, late 5th Batt. Northumberland Fus., 
m. 27 June 1906, Olive Mary, dau. of Francis Alex- 
ander Woolryche-Whitmore, J. P., of Dudmaston, 
Salop ; Residence — Stoke Lodge, Ludlow. Club — 
Junior Carlton. Issue — 

Rachel Kathorine. 

1. Alice Katherine, m. 27 July, 1888, Capt. Wyndham 
Paulet St. John-Mildmay, Residence — Hazlegrove, 
Somerset. 

2. Maud Harriet. 

3. Constance Elizabeth, m. 9 Aug. 1898, Rev. Albert 
Victor Baillie, Rector of Rugby, and has issue. 

4. Florence Rachel. 



BOYNTON, 12th Bt. (E.). Creat. 15 May, 
1618. — Sir Griffith Henry- Boy-nton, s. 
of Rev. Griffith Bovnton, s. of the 9th Bt. 
B. 31 May, 1849 ; in. 14 April, 1885, Euphemia 
Violet, dau. of J. Inglis Chalmers, of Aldbar 
Castle, Brechin, N.B. ; sue. his cousin 1899 ; 
ed. at Camb. The 1st Bt. rep. Hedon in 
Pari, in the reign of Charles I, and supported 
the Republicans in the civil wars. He received 
his Baronetcy from James I. The 2nd Bt. 
held Scarborough Castle in the reign of Charles 
I, during civil war. Residence — 

1. Griffith Wilfred Norman Boynton, Heir, b. 
1889; lieut. R.N. ; m. 6 June, 1914, Naomi, dau. of 
t H. E. Nightingale. 
I 1. Gladys Mary. 
j 2. Constance Mary. 

' Sir Henry Boynton, 9th Bt., b. 22 March, 1778 ; 
m. 1 Jan. 1810, Mary (d. 26 June, 1877), dau. of Capt. 
Gray, and d. 28 Aug. 1854. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry' Boynton, IOth BT.,b. 2 March, 1811 ; 
m. 1st, 2nd Nov. 1833, Louisa, dau. of Walter Strick- 
land, of Cokctliorpe Park, Oxfordshire ; m. 2nd, 
7 Feb. 1843, Harriet, dau. of Thomas Lightfoot, of 
Sevenoaks, Kent, and d. 25 June, 1869. Issue — - 

Sir Henry Somerville Boynton, 11th Bt., 
b. 23 June, 1844 ; m. 27 July, 1876, Mildred 
Augusta (Residence — Cherry Burton, Beverley), 
dau. of Rev. Can. Thomas Bradley Paget, vie. of 
Wclton with Melton, Yorksliire, and d. 11 April, 
1899. Issue— 

Cyoely Mabi>l, m. 8 Nov. 1899, Thomas Lamplugh 

Wickiiam- Boynton (who assumed in 1899 the 

additional name and arms of Boynton), and has 

issue. Residence — Burton Agnes Hall, and Bar- 

niston Hall. Driffield, Yorks. 

Katherine Maude, m. 31 July, 1866, Maj.-Gen. 

William Musscnden, 8th Hussars, who d. 6 March, 

1910, and has issue. Residence — 25, Eaton Square, 

S.W. 

2. The late Rev. Griffith Boynton, b. 4 Nov. 1815; 
Rector of Barmston, Yorkshire ; m. 1 Oct. 1840, Selina 
(d. 1896), dau. of William Watkins, of Badby House, 
Northants, and d. 19 May, 1898. Issue — 

1. Sir Griffith Henry Boynton, pres, Bt. 



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2. Rev. Charles Ingram WiUiam Boynton, b. 7 

April, 1853 ; M.A., Rector of Barmston ; Yorks ; 

m. 1886, Hon. Mary Cunllffe Lister (d. 31 Dec. 1896), 

dau. of 1st Baron Masham. Issue — 

Mary Constance, m. 5 Aug. 1912, Philip Lloyd- 
Graeme. 

1. Selina Charlotte, m. 15 Nov. 1860, Alfred Newdi- 
gate, M.A., and has issue. Residence^27, Clarendon 
Square, Leamington. 

2. Eliza, m. 10 April, 1883, Arthur Edward Pedder, 
and has issue. Residence — 

3. The late Charles Boynton, b. 16 Jan. 1825 ; m. 
13 March, 1856, Mary (Residence — 1, Denmark Terrace, 
Brighton), dau. of the late Fewster Wilkinson, of 
Kirkella, Hull, Yorks, and d. 6 Jan. 1907. Issue — 

1. Harry Somerville Boynton, b. 27 Nov. 1856. 
Residence — I.Denmark Terrace, Brighton. Club — 
Junior Constitutional. 

2. Lt.-Col. Francis Boynton, b. 16 June, 1859 ; 
R.E.; m. 3 May, 1887, Elsie, o. c. of the late Maj.- 
Gen. T. Phillips, of Ashenhurst Hall, Leek, Staffs. 
Hesidonce— 32, Brechin Place, S.W. Clubs— United 

^ Service ; Savage ; Yorkshire. Issue — 

1. Thomas Bruis Boynton, b. 1888, Lieut. Army 
Motor Reserve of Officers. Club — Automobile. 
1. Elsie Evelyn. 

3. Charles Boynton, b. 16 May, 1862. Residence — 

3, Nottingham Road, Croydon. 

4. Maj. Walter Boynton, b. 5 Dec. 1864 ; late 
€apt. 3rd Batt. E. Surrey Regt. Club— Junior 
United Service. 

1. Mary. Residence — 1, Denmark Terrace, Brigh- 
ton. 

4. The late Capt. George Hebblethwaite Luton Boyn- 
ton, 17 Lancers, b. 10 May, 1828 ; m. 1st, 25 July, 
1849, Ehzabeth Laura (m. diss. 1860), dau. of 
Thomas Henry Keeling ; m. 2nd, 1 Oct. 1865, Elizabeth 
Anne (d. 15 April, 1877), dau. of Thomas Pricket, 
of the Avenue, Bridlington, and d. 18 May, 1888. 
Issue by 1st m. — 

George Henry Keeling Bovnton, b. 23 Aug. 1851 ; 

m. 1st, 5 July 1873, Charlotte Isabella (d. 1885), 

dau. of A. C. Barrett ; m. 2nd, 1886, Frances, dau. 

of G. W. Smyth. Residence— 48, South Street, W. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

Lilian Constance Mary, m. 27 June, 1912, Harry 
E. G. Pilbrow. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

Eva Mary Julia. Residence — 48, South Street, 

Mavfair. 
1. Louisa, m. 1st, 19 Oct. 1843, John Ric.kaby (d. 
1860), of Bridlington Quay, Yorks, and has issue ; m. 
2nd, 3 Dec. 1861, Richard Stern Carroll, who d. 1879, 
of Tolston jLodge, Tadcaster. Residence — 6, The 
Crescent, Scarborough. 

BRABAZON, Baron. See Meath, Eabi. of. 

BRABOURNE, 3rd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 20 
May, 1880. — Wyndham Wentwobth Knatch- 
BULL-HuGEssEN, s. of 2nd Baron. B. 21 Sept. 
1885; sue. his father 1909; late 2nd lient. 
Oren. Gds. ; late Reserve of Officers ; formerly 
7th Batfc. Rifle Brigade ; heir pres. to Knatch- 
bull, Baronetcy ; patron of 1 living. The 
1st Baron was M.P. for Sandwich for 23 
years, and filled several offices of state ; lie 
assumed his paternal grandmother's maiden 
name of Hugessen in addition to his patronj'mic, 
in accordance with the will of his father. Resi- 
dence — Smeeth Paddock, Ashford, Kent. Club — 
Guards'. 

Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugessen, 1st Baron 
RABOURNE, P.C, D.L., J.P., M.A. ; b. 29 April, 1829 ; 
M.P. for Sandwich 1857-80 ; a Lord of the Treasury 
1859-66 ; Under Sec. of the Home Dept. 1866, and 
1868-71, and for the Colonies 1871-4 ; m. 1st, 19 Oct. 
1852, Anna Maria Elizabeth (d. 25 Mav. 1889), dau. of 
Rev. Marcus Richard Southwell, vie. of St. Stephens, St. 
Albans ; m. 2nd, 3 June, 1890, Ethel Mary (Residence — 
13, West Eaton Place, S.W.), dau. of Col. Sir George 
Oustavus Walker, K.C.B., of Crawfordton, Dumfries- 
shire, and d. 6 Feb. 1893. Issue by 1st m.— 

1. Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen, 2nd B.iron 
Brabourne, b. 5 April, 1857 ; D.L., J. P. Kent ; 
lieut. Colds. Gds. ; M.P. for Rochester 1889-92 ; m. 
2 Nov. 1880, Hon. Amy Virginia (Residence — 19, 
•Curzon Street, W.), dau. of Wentworth, 1st Baron 
A.llendale, and d. 29 Dec. 1909. Issue — 

1. Wyndham Wentworth Knatchbull-Huges- 
sen, pres. Baron. 

1. Hon. Margaret Eva de Burgh, m. 15 July, 1905, 
Hon. John Henry Savile (see Mexborough, Earl of). 
2.. Hon. Bettine Henrietta, m. 11 May, 1912, William 



Lewis Brownlow Loyd. Residence — 38, Wilton 
Crescent, S.W. 
2. Hon. Cecil Marcus Knatchbull-Hugessen, 
Heir Pres., b. 29 Nov. 1863 ; m. 8 Nov. 1893, Helena 
Regina Frederica, dau. of the late Hermann von Flesch- 
Brunningen, Imp. Coun. of Vienna ; ed. at Eton, and 
Camb. ; B.A. 1887 ; barr.-at-law (Lincoln's Inn) 
1890. Residence— 43, Norfolk Square, W. Issue- 
Michael Herbert Rudolph Knatchbull-Hugessen, b. 
8 May, 1895. 
1. Hon. Katharine Cecilia, m. 17 Oct. 1883, Col. 
Charles Robert Prideau.x-Brune, and has issue. Resi- 
dences — 10, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. ; Prideaux Place, 
Padstow, Cornwall. 

BRACKLEY, Vise. See Ellesmere, Eabl of. 

BRADFORD, 4th Earl of. Creat. 30 Nov. 
1815 : Vise. Newport, 1815 (U.K.) : Baron Brad- 
ford, 13 Aug. 1794; Bart., 7 June. KilJO (E.). — 
George Cecil Obl.ando Bbidgejian, s. of 
3rd Earl. B. 3 Feb. 1845 ; m. 7 Sept. 1869. Lady 
Ida Frances Annabella (has Order of JNIercy ; a 
lady of the bedchamber since 1910 : formerly lady 
of the bedchamber to Queen Alexandra, and 
extra lady of the bedchamber to the Queen, 
when Princess of Wales), dau. of the 9th 
Earl of Scarbrough ; sue. his father 1898 ; ed. 
at Harrow ; lieut. 1st Life Gds. 1864 ; ret. 1867 ; 
M.P. N. div. of Shropshire (C.) 1867-85; D.L. 
Warwickshire and Salop ; J. P. Stafford ; patron 
of 10 livings. Is descended from Sir Orlando 
Bridgeman, a lawyer of great eminence under the 
Stuarts, who was successively chief Barou of the 
Exchequer, chief Justice of the Common Pleas, 
and Keeper of the great Seal. Residences 
— 44, Lowndes Scpare, S.W. : Weston Hall, 
Shifnal, Salop ; Castle Bromwich, near Birming- 
ham ; Clarendon House, Newmarket : Knockin 
Hall, Oswestry. Clubs — Carlton ; Wellington ; 
Turf ; Travellers'. Issue — 

1. Orlando Bridgeman, Vise. Newport, Heir, b. 6 
Oct. 1873 ; m. 21 July, 1904, Hon. Margaret Cecilia 
Bruce, dau. of 2nd Baron Aberdare ; ed. at Harrow and 
Camb.,B.A. 1896, M.A. 1903 ; maj. 3rd Batt. Roy. Scots 
(spec, res.) ; served in S. African war ; Private Sec. 
to the Marq. of Salisbury 1898-1900 and 1902, and to 
the Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour 1902-5. Residences — 
Castle Bromwich, Birmingham ; 50, Pont Street, S.W. 
Clubs — Carlton ; Turf. Issue — 

1. Hon. Gerald Michael Orlando Bridgeman, b. in 
London, 29 Sept. 1911. 

1. Hon. Helen Diana. 

2. Hon. Ursula Mary. 

3. Hon. Anne Pamela. 

2. Hon. Richard Orlando Beaconsftcld Bridgeman, 
b. 28 Feb. 1879 ; comm. R.N. 

3. Capt. Hon. Henry George Orlando Bridgeman, 
R.H.A., b. 15 Aug. 1882 ; late A.D.C. to G.O.C. in 
Ireland. 

1. Lady Beatrice Adine, m. 28 June, 1894, Capt. 
Ernest George Pretyman, D.L., M.P. (Clubs — Carlton ; 
Turf ; WeUington),"late sec. to the Admiralty, and has 
issue. Residences — Orwell Park, Ipswich ; 2, Bel- 
grave Square, S.W. 

2. Lady Margaret Alice, m. 30 Jan. 1S93, Earl of 
Dalkeith (see Buccleuch, D. of). 

3. Lady Helena Mary (Princess Christian, sponsor), 
m. 8 Jan. 1898, Osbert, 6th Earl of Sefton, whom see. 

4. Lady Florence Sibell, ni. 10 Feb. 1904, Ronald 
Collet Norman, and has issue. Residence — 1, Cottes- 
more Gardens, W. 

Orlando George Charles Bridgeman, 3rd Earl of 
Bradford, P.C, b. 24 April, 1819 : Lord Chamberiain 
1866-8 ; Master of the Horse 1874-SO. and 1885-6 ; 
Lord-Lieut, for Salop ; M.P. for S. Shropshire 1842-65 ; 
hon. col. 1st Vol. Batt. Shropshire L.I. ; m. 30 April, 
1844, Selina Louisa (d. 25 Nov. 1894), dau. of Cecil, 1st 
Lord Forester, and d. 9 March, 1898. Issue — 

1. George Cecil Orlando Bridgeman, pres. Earl. 

2. Col. the Hon. Francis Charles Bridgeman, late Scots 
Gds. ; b. 4 July, 1846 ; M.P. for Bolton 1885-95 ; 
J. P. for Staffs and Salop; commd. Staffs I. Brig. 
1892-9 ; is a Knt. of Isabel-la-Catalica : m. 1st, 26 
Julv, 1883, Gertrude Cecilia (d. 11 >larch. 1911). dau. 
of George Hanbury, of Blythewood, JIaidenhead ; m. 
2nd, 27 Nov. 1913, Agnes Florence, dau. of the late 
Richard Holt Briscoe, of Old Caynton Manor. Shron- 
shire. Residences — Heaehley, Shifnal ; 59, Ennis- 
more Gardens, S.W. Clubs— Cariton ; Wellington. 
Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Reginald Francis Orlando Bridgeman, M.V.O., 1). 
14 Oct. 1884; 2nd sec. Diplomatic Service at Paris. 
Clubs — Carlton ; St. James's. 



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2. Lieut. Francis Paul Orlando Bridgenian, B.IS'., 
b. 25 Julv, 1888. Club— Wellington. 

3. Humpiu-ey Herbert Orlando Bridgeman, b. 22 
July, 1891. Residence — Salop, Old Umtali, Rho- 
desia. 

4. Orlando Clive Bridgeman, b. 29 Nov. 1898. 
1. Sclina Adine, m. 1 Feb. 1913, Hon. Lawrence 
I'ghtr.'d Kav-Shuttleworth (.see Sliuttleworth, Baron). 

1. Ladv Mabel Selina, m. 22 Feb. 1887, Col. the Kt. 
Hon. William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney,P.C.,M.P., D.L., 
who d. 24 April, 1908, and has issue. Residence — 
Hatton Grange, Sliifnal. 

2. Lady Florence Katharine, m. 5 IN'ov. 1881, Henry, 
2nd Earl of Harewood. 

BRADFORD, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). C'reat. 24 July, ' 
1902. — Sib Edward Montagu Andbevv Bead- 
ford, s. of 2nd Bt. B. 30 Nov. 1910; sue. his 
father 1914. The 1st Bt. served for many year.s 
in India, and was Commissioner of Police in the 
Metropolis 1890-1903. 

Sir 'Edwaed Ripley Colboene Beadfoed, 1st Bt., 
G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.S.I. ; b. 27 Jul}', 1836 ; col. 
Indian Staff Corps (ret.) ; J.P., Loudon ; served in 
Persian war 18.57 ; X.W. Prov. of India 1858-9 ; gen. 
supt. of operations for the suppression of Thuggee and 
Dacoitee 1874 ; Resident 1st class and Gov.-Gen. agent 
in Rajputana. and chief commnr. of Ajnicre and Mhair- 
■warra 1878-87 : sec. in the Political and Secret Dept. 
of the India Office 1887-90 ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 
1889-93 ; chief comnmr. of Police in the Metropolis 
1890-1903 : Extra Equerry to King Edward VII 1903- 
10, .and to King George V 1910-11 : m. 1st, 17 June, 1866, 
Ehzabeth Adela (d. 31 May, 1896), dau. of Edward 
Knight, D.L.. of Chawton Hous •, Hants ; ni. 2nd, 25 
Oct. 1898, Edith M.UJY (Residence— 50, South Audley 
Street, W.), dau. of William .Xieliolson, 13. L., of Basing 
Park, Hants, and d. 13 May, 1911. Issue by 1st m.— 

1. Sir Evelyx Ridley Beadeord, 2nd Bt. B. 16 
April. 1869: m. 25 Nov. 1909, Elsie Clifton, dau. of 
Col. Jam s Clifton Brown, of Holmbush. Faygate ; 
It.-col. Seafortli Higlilrs. ; gen. staff officer " 1903 ; 
served in Nile pxp?(l.. S. Africa. France (despatches), 
and was killed in action Sept. 1914. Issue — 

1. SiE Edward Montagu Andrew Bradford, pres. 
Bt., b. 1910. 

2. Ridlev Lewkenor Bradford, b. 11 April, 1912. 

3. Donaid Clifton Bradford, b. 22 May, 1914. 

2. Capt. Edward Austen Bradford, b. 8 Dec. 1879 ; 
King's Roy. Rifle Corps; served in S. African war 
1899-1902 (despatches, Queen's and King's medals 
with clasps) ; m. 1 Jan. 1908, Margaret Louisa, dau. 
of the late Herbert Carey Hardy, of Danehurst, Sussex. 
Issue — 

Berenger Colborne Bradford, b. 15 Oct. 1912. 
Adela Evelvn. 
1 . Beryl Adela. 

BRADSTREET, 7th Bt. (I.). Creat. 14 July, 
1759. — Sir Edward Simon Victor Br.adstreet, 
s. of Gth Bt. B. 27 IMay. 1850; m. 1888. Fortuna 
IMary, dau. of M. Felix i^iori de Laichi, of Algeria ; 
sue. his fatlier 190.5 ; ed. at Trin. Coll. Dublin. ' 
The 3rd Bt. was Recorder of Dublin, and M.P. 
for that city until 1784, when he became one of 
the judges of the Court of Kind's Bench. 
Residences — Castilla, Clontarf. co. Dublin ; St. 
Jean de Luz, France. Issue — 

1. Gerald Edmund Beadstreet, Heir, 1). 14 Feb. 

1891. 
Sir Ed.mund Simon Bradstreet. 6th Bt., b. 24 Aug. 
1820 ; ni. Jan. 1846. Enalv Matilda Sophia (d. 25 June, 
1883), dau. of Gen. the Clievalirr Victor de Marion de 
Gaja, of Pau, France, ami grand-daughter of Lord Robert 
Fitzgerald, and d. 30 Marcli, 1905. Issue — 

1. Sir Edward Simon Victor, pres. Bt. 

1. Anna Matilda Clare. 

2. Geraldine Mary Emily. 

3. Sopliia Alicia. 

BRADY, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 19 Jan. 1869.— 
Sir William Longfield Brady', s. of the late 
Maziere John Brady B. at Wilton Place, Dublin, 10 
July, 1804; m. 30 Oct. 1891, Caroline Florence, 
dau. of Dr. A. H. McClintock. of Merrion Square, 
Dublin ; ed. at Uppingham and Trin. Coll. 
Dublin; capt. York and'Lanc. Regt., and maj. 
Reserve of Officers ; sue. his bro. 1909. The 1st 
Bt. was Solicitor-General for .1., Attorney- 
General, Chief Barou of the Excliequer in I. three 
times. Lord Chancellor of I., his tenure of that 
liigh office amounting in all to 10 years : he was 



also Vice -Chancellor of the Queen's Univ. in I. 
The present Bt. is a lineal descendant of Dr. 
Nicholas Brady, one of the translators of the 
Psalms, and through him is descended from Hugh 
Brady, Bishop of Meath teynp. Elizabeth. Resi- 
dence — 20, Pembroke Park, Dublin. Issue — 

Bthne Florence. 
The Rt. Hon. Sir Maziere Beady, 1st Bt., P.C., b. 
20 July, 1796 ; m. 1st, 26 July, 1823, Ehzabeth Anne 
(d. 15 June, 1858), dau. of Bever Buchanan, of Dubhn ; 
m. 2nd, 15 Dec. 1860, Mary (d. 26 April, 1891), dau. of 
Rt. Hon. John Hatehell, of Fortfield, Terenure, co. 
Dublin, and d. 13 April, 1871. Issue — 

1. Sir Francis William Brady, 2nd Bt., b. 22 
July, 1824 ; K.C., D.L. for City of Dublin ; m. 1st, 7 
Nov. 1847, Emily Ehzabeth (d. 4 Aug. 1891), dau. of 
Rt. Rev. Samuel Kyle, D.D., Bishop of Cork ; m. 
2nd, 17 Dec. 1892, Geealdine Kathleen (Residence — 
Sorrento Cottage, Dalkey, co. Dubhn), dau. of George 
W. Hatehell, M^.D., and d. 6 June, 1909. Issue by 1st 
m. — 

Marion Eleanor, m. 9 June, 1887, Lt.-Col. Henry 
Jervis Jervis-White, Middlesex Regt.. D.L. Resi- 
dence — Healthfield Manor, co. Wexford. 

2. The late Maziere John Brady, b. 28 Sept. 1826 ; 
B.A. Lond. : m. 13 Aug. 1853, Elizabeth (d. 10 April, 
1894), dau. of Rev. Robert Longfield, of Castlemary, 
CO. Cork, and d. 3 Sept. 1903. Issue — 

1. Sir Robert Maziere Brady, 3ed Bt., b. 13 
Dec. 1854 : It.-col. and brev. col. late R.A. ; m. 21 
June, 1900, Sarah Jessie, dau. of the late Alexander 
Dalryniple, and widow of Sir Arthur Cohn Curtis, 
3rd Bt., and d. 20 Sept. 1909. Issue- 
Jesse Elizabeth Maziere. 

2. Sir William Longfield Brady, pres. Bt. 
1. Emily Augusta Mary, m. 4 Nov. 1879, Col. Arthur 
Henry Croker Philpotts, late R.A., and has issue. 

BRAMWELL, Baronetcy (Ext. 30 Nov. 1903). 

Creat. 2.5 Jan. 1899. — The Late Sir Feedebick 

Joseph Bramweel, 1st and last Bt., b. 7 March, 

1818 ; pres. of Inst, of Civil Engineers ; of Inst. 

! of Mechanical Engineers ; of British Assoen. ; 

D.C.L. Oxford and Durham ; LL.D. Camb. ; 

I F.R.S. ; m. 29 March, 1847, Harriet Leonora (d. 

1 Dec. 1907), dau. of Joseph Frith, and d. 30 

I Nov. 1903. Issue— 

' 1. Eldred, m. 4 Oct. 1887, Sir Victor Alexander-Haden 
Horsley, F.R.S. (see Knightage). 

2. Florence, m. 6 Nov. 1900, Sir Henry William Bliss, 
I K.C.I. E. (see Knightage). 

BRANCEPETH, Baron. See Boyne, Vise. 

BRANDON, Duke of. See Hamilton, Duke 



BRASSEY, 1st Earl (U.K.). Creat. 5 July, 
1911; Vise. Hvthe 1911; Baron Brassey 16 
Aug. 1880; G.C.B. (civil) 1900; K.C.B. (civil) 
1881. — Thomas Brassey", eld. s. of Thomas 
Brassey, of London, by Mai'ia Farringdon, dau. 
of Thomas Harrison, of Liverpool. B. at Stafford 
11 Feb. 1830; m. 1st, 9 Oct. 1800, Anna (d. on 
board the "Sunbeam," 14 Sept. 1887), dau. of late 
John Allnutt, of May Place, Crayford ; m. 2nd, 18 
Sept. 1890, the Hon. Sybil de Vere Capell, dau. 
Qf Vise. Maiden ; ed. at Rugby and Oxford, M.A. 
1802. hon. D.C.L. 1888 ; called to the Bar (Lin- 
coln's Inn) 1804 : D.L., J. P., Sussex : lord warden 
of the Cinciue Ports 1908-13 ; younger brother 
of the Trinity House, gov. of Univ. Coll. London ; 
pres. Assoen. of Chambers of Commerce of U.K. ; 
hon. comdr. K.N.V.R. ; late hon. comdr. Liver- 
pool Brig. R.N. Art. Vols. : a lord of the Ad- 
miralty 1880-4. and sec. to the Admiralty 1884-5 ; 
Gov. of Victoria 1895-1900 ; lord-in-waiting to 
Queen Victoria 1893-4 ; chrmn. Roy. Commn. 
on Opium ; memb. Roy. Commissions on unsea- 
worthy ships, colonial defence, aged poor, and 
canals; M.P. for Devonport 1805, Hastings 
1866-80 ; memb. Sussex Terr. Force Assoen. ; 
hon. col. 2nd Home Counties Brig. R.F.A., and 
6th Batt. Roy. Sussex Regt. ; commdr. of the 
Legion of Honour 1889 ; Knt. of Justice of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; knt. commdr, 
of the Order of St. Stanislaus (Russia), and has- 
Grand Cro.ss of the Order of the Crown of Italy. 



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Residences — 24, Park Lane, W. ; Chapelwood 
Manor, Nutley, Sussex. Clubs — ]\Iarlbovough ; 
Brooks's ; Athenaeum ; Devonshire ; United 
University ; Reform ; National Liberal. 

Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Thomas Allnutt Brassey, Vise. Hythe, b. 7 
March, 1863; m. 27 Feb. 1889, Lady Idiua Ncvill(has 
Order of Mercy), dau. of the 1st Marq. of Abergavenuy ; 
€d. at Eton aiid Oxford, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1902 ; It.-col. 
commdg. W. Kent Y. (TD.) since 1910 ; served in the 
.■S.A. war ; .contested Christchurch (L.) 1895 and 1900, 
Bevonport 1902, and L.C.C. (P.) 1898 ; conidr. of 
order of Crown of Italy (roy. lie. 1906) ; late master of 
East Sussex Foxhounds ; Mayor of Bcxhill 1908-9 ; 
is hon. Fell, of Balhol Coll., and hon. D.C.L., O.xford. 
Residence — Noi'manhui'st, Battle, Sussex. Clubs — 
Brooks's ; Baehejlors'. 

a . Lady Mabelle Annie, Lady of Justice of St. John of 
Jerusalem ; ni. 17 April, 1888, Charles Augustus 
Egerton, who d. 13 Oct. 1912, and has issue. Resi- 
idence — Mountfleld Court, Bobcrtsbridge, Sussex. 

2. Lady Muriel Agnes, m. 4 Aug. 1891, Gilbert, 8th 
Earl De La Warr . 

3. Lady Marie Adelaide, m. 20 July, 1892, Freeman, 
1st Baron WilUngdon. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

4. Lady Helen de Vere. 



BRAYBROOKE, 7th Baron (G.B.). Creat. 5 
Sept. 1788. — Henry Neville, s. of Gth Baron. 
B. 11 July, 1855 ; m. 3 Nov. 1898, Emilie PauHne 
(d. 20 Oct. 1912), dau. of Antoine Gonin, of 
Chateau de Condemine, Macon, France ; sue. his 
fatlier 1904, ed. at Eton and Camb. ; M.A. 1880 ; 
D.L., J. P., Cambs. ; J.P., Herts and Essex ; hered. 
visitor of Magdalene Coll. Cambridge. The 1st 
Baron was 4th Lord Howard De Walden, who 
obtained the barony of Braybrooke, with re- 
mainder, in default of male issue, to his cousin, 
the great-grandfather of the present peer ; the 
3rd Baron assumed the name of Griffin ; but his 
issue bear the name of Neville. Residences — 
Audley-End, Saffron Walden, Essex ; Heydon 
House, Royston, Herts ; Billingbear, Wokingham, 
Berks. Clubs — Travellers' ; Wellington. 
Richard Neville, 3rd Barox Braybrooke, b. 26 Sept. 
1783 ; high steward of Wokingham ; m. 13 May, 1819, 
Jane (d. 23 Sept. 1856), dau. of Charles, 2nd Marq. 
Cornwallis, and d. 13 March, 1858. Issue — 

1. Richard Cornwallis Neville, 4th B.\ron Bray- 
brooke, b. 17 March, 1820, and d. 21 Feb. 1861. 
■2. Charles Cornwallis Neville, 5th Baron Bray- 
brooke, b. 29 Aug. 1823 ; liigh steward of Woking- 
jham, D.L., J.P. Essex ; m. 9 Oct. 1849, Hon. Florence 
Priscilla Alicia Maude (d. 18 March, 1914), dau.of Corn- 
Tvallis, 3rd Vise. Hawarden, and d. 7 June, 1902. 
3. Rev. Latijier Neville, 6th Baron Braybrooke, 
b. 22 April, 1827 ; hon. canon of St. Albans ; m. 2 
June, 1853, Lucy Frances (Residence — Binsted, 
Cambridge), dau. of John Thomas Le Marchant, of 
Guernsey, and Byde, I. of W., and d. 12 Jan. 1904. — 
Issue — ■ 

1. Henry Neville, pres. Baron. 

2. Rev. the Hon. Grey Ne\ille, Heir Pres., b. 
4 Dec. 1857 ; rector of Christchurch, Wisbech ; 
m. 4 Sept. 1889, Mary Peele, dau. of the late Canon 
Francis Slater ; cd. at Eton and Camb ; M.A. 1883, 
ord. 1882. Issue — 

1. Henry Seymour Neville, b. 5 Feb. 1897. 

2. Grey Aldworth Neville, b. 20 Sept. 1900. 

1. Magdalene Grace. 

2. Evelyn. 

3. Mirabel Mary. 

4. Audrey. 

5. Cicely. 

1. Hon. Alice Mirabel CornwalHs. Residence — 

Binsted, Cambridge. 
1. Hon. Lucy Georgina, m. 13 July, 1852, Rev. the 
Hon. Arthur Savile (see Mexborough, Earl of). 



BR AYE, 5th Baron (E.). Creat, 3 Nov. 
1529. — Alfred Thomas Townshend Verney- 
Cave, s. of late Henrietta, Baroness Braye, and 
late Edgell Wyatt-Edgell. B. in Great Stanhope 
Street, 23 July, 1849; rn. 9 Sept. 1873, Cecilia, 
dau. of the late William Gerard Walmesley, of 
Westwood Hall, Lanes ; sue. his mother 1879 ; 
ed. at Eton, and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; J.P. Warwick- 
ehire and Northants ; D.L., J.P., Leics. ; late 
It.-col. comdg. and hon. col. 3rd Batt. Leics. 



Regt. (M. ); served in S. Africa 1902 (medal, 
clasp) ; hon. col. in the Army ; a knt. of Malta ; 
assumed by roy. licence 1880 the surnames of 
Verney-Cave, in lieu of his patronymics (Wyatt- 
Edgell) ; is a co-heir to the barony of Braose, and 
heir-general of the Earls Verney of Claydon (titls 
extinct 1791). Sir Reginald Braye, K.G., was 
prime minister to Henry VII, for whom he built 
St. George's Chapel, Windsor ; his nephew. Sir 
Edmund Braye. was creat. a peer by Henry VIII ; 
on the death of the 2nd Baron in 1557 the title 
fell into abeyance between his sisters till allowed, 
in 1839, to Sarah, o. dau, of Sir Thomas Cave, 
Cth Bt. (who was descended from Elizabeth 
Lady Verney, dau. of the 1st Baron), and wife 
of Henry Otway ; at her death in 18G2 the title 
again fell into abeyance. Vjetween her daughters, 
until the death of' the Hon. Maria Otway-Cave, 
in 1879, when it lapsed to the mother of the 
present peer. Residence — Stamford Hall. Market 
Harborough. Glabs — Travellers' ; R.Y.S. Issue 
living — • 

1. Hon. Adrian Verney Verney-Cave, b. 11 Oct. 

1874 ; m. 28 Aug. 1900, Ethel Mary, dau. of Capt. 

Edward Bouverie Pusey, R.N. ; R.N.V.R. since 1910. 

Residence — Stanford-oii-Avon, Rugby. Issue — 
1. Thomas Adrian Verney-Cave, b. 26 July, 190-. 
■2. Ambrose Jordan Verney-Cave, b. 23 Oct. 1906, 
1. Lucy Agnes Vera. 

1. Hon. Cecilia Violet, m. 2 May, 1903, Capt. K. von 
Gratzy, Austrian army. Issue — 

Vera Cecilia. 

2. Hon. Vera Angela, m. 22 July, 1905, Charles Hillary 
Wild. Residence— South Ash Manor, Wrotliam, Kent. 
Issue — 

1. Edric Charles Verney Wild, b. 29 May, 1906. 

2. Reginald Hillary Verney Wild, b. 4 Oct. 1910. 



BREADALBANE, 1st Marq. of. Creat. II 
July, 1885 ; Earl of Ormelie, 1885 ; Baron 
Breadalbane, 25 March, 1873 (U.K.); Earl of 
Breadalbane, 28 June. 1677. Earl of Holland, 
Vise, of Tay and Paintland, Lord Glenorchy, 
Benederaloch, Ormelie and Weik, 1077 (Scot.); 
Bart. 29 May, 1625 (Scot.); K.G. 1893; P.C. 
1880. — Gavin Campbell, s. of 6th Earl. B. at 
Fermoy, 9 April. 1851 ; m. 27 July, 1872, Lady 
Alma Imogene Leonora Carlotta Graham, da>i. 
of James, 4th Duke of Montrose (she is Lady of 
Grace of St. John of Jerusalem in England) ; ed. 
at St. Andrew's Univ. ; sue. his father in the 
Scottish honours, 1871 ; lord-in-waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1873-4 ; Treas. of the Household, 1880-5 ; 
Lord Steward 1892-5 : Lord High Commnr, to the 
General Assemblv of the Church of Scotland 
1893-5; Keeper 'of Privy Seal of Scot. 1907; 
was lieut. 4th Batt. Princess Louise's Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlrs. ; late col. commandmg 
Highland Cyclist Batt. ; mil. memb. Terr. Force 
Assocn. for Perthshire ; A.D.C. to King George 
V, to King Edward 1903-10 ; late capt. Shrops. 
Yeo. ; brig. Roy. Company of Archers 1897-12 ; 
ensign-gen. of the co. since 1912 ; Knt. of Justice 
of St. John of Jerusalem : awarded silver medal, 
Roy. Humane Society ; director and chairman of 
ambulance dept. of that order 1903 ; memb. of the 
Fishery Board for Scotland since Jan. 1911 ; J.P-, 
C.C, Perthshire, D.L., J.P., C.C, and Lord-Lieut. 
( 19 14), Argyll ; has Swedish Order of the Seraphim 
(1903). The 1st peer was Sir John Campbell, who 
being chief creditor of the 6th Earl of Caithness, 
obtained from that nobleman his whole estate 
and earldom, and on his death was creat. by 
patent Earl of Caithness, but shortly afterwards 
the earldom was decided by Parliament to belong 
to George Sinclair, of Kief, when Sir John Camp- 
bell obtained a new patent creating him Earl of 
Breadalbane and Holland, etc., with remainder 
to whichever of his sons by his 1st wife he chose 
to appoint in writing ; his 2nd s. sue. him under 
this patent, and that line becoming extinct, the 
title was, on the death of the 5th Earl in 1862, 
claimed by the representative of the elder son's 
line. The question remained undecided rmtil 
1866, when the court of session confirmed the 



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father of tlie present holder as (jth Earl, on the 
ground that as the patent admitted heirs male 
general, the title would legally revert to liim as 
representative of the 1st Earl's uncle ; in 1867 
a furtlier decision was made in his favoiir by the 
House of Lords. The present peer established 
his right before the House of Lords in 1872. The 
4th Earl obtained a marquisate and other titles, 
which became extinct in 1862. Residences — 68, 
Ennismore Gardens. S.W. ; Taymouth Castle, 
Aberfeldy : Craig, Dalmally, Arg>-ll. Clubs — 
Reform : Brooks's ; Cavalry ; National Liberal : 
Marlboroiigh. 

John Alexander Gavin Campbell, 6th Eakl of 
Bkeadalbaxe. b. 30 March, 1S24 ; capt. Boy. Scots ; m. 
Mary ThiTi'sa(d. 27 Feb. 1870), dau. of J. F. Edwards, 
aiid'd. 20 March. 1871. Issui — 

1. Gavin Campbell, prcs. Marq. 

2. Hon. Ivan Campbell, Heiu Pres. to Scottish 
Earldom, b. 17 Nov. 1859 ; ed. at Eton ; gen. staff officer 
arti giadr : eapt. latt- ;3rd Batt.Koy. Scots ; late Cameron 
Highlrs. : served hi Egypt 1882, hi S.A. 1900-1 ; 
one 01 H.M. lion. Corps" of Gentlemen-at-Arms ; m. 
23 July. Ifi84. Lady Margaret Elizabeth Diana Agar, 
dau. of Janu-ji, 3rd Earl of Nornianton. Residence — 
Ivy House. Sliriveuluuii, Berks. Clubs — Naval and 
Military ; Wellington. Issue 

Iain Edward Herbert Campbell, b. 14 June, 1885. 
1. Lady Eva, m. 2 May, 1876, John Cuthbi-rt Heath- 
cote, M.A., and has issue. Residence — Brent Knoll 
Manor, Sninersct. 

BRECHIN, Bishop of.— iJosT Rev. AV alter 
John Foebes Robberds, s. of late Rev. F. W. 
Robberds. and Hon. Caroline Ann, dau. of 
Sir John Forbes. 7th Bt. B. 1863; m. 189(i, 
Jlary Etiitl Fox. dau. of late S. G. 
James: c d. at Triii. Coll., Glenalmond, N.B., 
and Oxfunl. B.A. 1886, M.A. 1892. D.D. 1903; 
ord. 1887. (ur. of St. Mary, Redcliffe, Bristol, 
1887-92 : chaplain Cuddesdon Coll. 1892-6 ; 
sub-warden Bishop's Coll., Blackheath, and in- ! 
cumbent of St. German's, Blackheath, 1896-7 : ' 
rector of Arbroath, N.B., 1897-9 ; vie. of St. ' 
Mary, Redcliffe. Bristol, 1899-1904 ; rural dean 
of Bedminster 1900-4 ; consecrated Bishop of 
Bi-echin Jan. 1904 ; elected Primus of the Epis- 
copal Church in Scotland 1908 ; D.D. St. Andrews 
1911. Residence — Forbescourt. Broughty Ferry 
N.B. Issue — 

1. Mary Caroline Forbes- 

2. Jean Fitzrov. 

3. Etliel Margaret. 

4. Katharine Frances. 

BRECKNOCK, Earl of. Sec Camden, Marq. 

BRIDGES, Baronetcy (extinct 27 Nov. 1899). 
C!reat. lu April. 1718.- — The late Rev. Sir 
Thomas Pym Bridges, 7th Bt., b. 22 Oct. 
1905 ; m. 14 June, 1831, Sophia Louisa (d. 
11 Jan. 1850), dau. of Sir William Young, 3rd' 
Bt., and d. 28 Feb. 1895. Issue— 

1. Emily Henrietta, m. 23 Aug. 1859, Rev. Robert 
Henry Eustace, whod. 27 March, 1908, and has issue. 

2. Gertrude Emma, m. 27 July, 1864, Rev. Edward 
J. Harford, canon res. of Wells, and has issue. Resi- 
dence—The Liberty, Wells. 

BRIDPORT, 2nd Vise. (U.K.). Great. 6 Julv, 
1868: Baron Bridport (Irel.), 14 Now 1794; 
Duke of Bronte, hi the kingdom of Italy, 1799 ; 
C.B. (civ.) 1892. — Arthur Wellington Alex- 
ander Nelson Hood, .s. of 1st Vise. B. 15 Dec. 
1839 ; VI. 4 April, 1872, Lady Maria, dau. of Hon 
John George Charles Fox-Strangways (prece- 
dence of an earl's dau. 1865); sue. 'his father 
1904 ; entered the Army 1857 ; eapt. 25th Foot 
1862 ; M.P. West Somerset 1868-80 ; late col. 
commanding West Somerset Yeo. The 1st Baron 
was the distinguished naval commander. Admiral 
Hood (bro. of 1st Vise. Hood), who was creat. 
Vise. Bridport in 1800 ; his lordship died without 
issue in 1814. when the English honours expired, 
while the Irish barony passed by special remainder 
in the patent of creation to the grandfather of the 



present possessor. The 2nd Baron Bridport m. 
o. dau. and heiress of William, 1st Earl Nelson. 
The 3rd Baron was lord-in-waiting and equerry 
to Queen Victoria, and was creat. a vise. Resi- 
dence — Sudley Lodge, Bognor. Clubs — Naval 
and Military ; Carlton. Issue — 
1. Hon. Maurice Henry Nelson Hood, b. 16].Jan. 
1881 ; m. 19 Nov. 1908, Eileen, dau. of Chas. Kendall, 
of Wokingham, lieut. R.N. Bivisiou 1914. Resi- 
dence — The Cottage, Beaconsfleld Road, Claygate, 
Sussex. Issue — 

Rowland Arthur Herbert Nelson Hood, b. at Wal- 
hachin, British Columbia, 22 May, 1911. 
Eileen Sybil Mary Nelson. 

1. Hon. Mary, m. 21 April, 1898, Herbert Frederick 
Cook (see Co'oK, Bart.). 

2. Hon. Sybil Amy. 

Alexander'Nelson Hood, 3rd Baron and 1st Vise. 
Bridport, b. 23 Dec. 1814 ; gen., late col., Scots Gds. ; 
D.L., Somerset, Devon, and Dorsi^t ; groom-in-waiting 
to Queen Victoria 1841-58 ; equerry 1858-84 ; lord-in- 
waiting 1884-1901 ; equerry to King Edward 1901-4; 
m. 2 Aug. 1838, Lady Mary Hill (d. 15 July, 1884), dau. 
of Arthur, 3rd Marq. of Dowiishire, and d. 4 June, 1904. 
Issue — 

1. Arthur Wellington Alexander Nelson Hood, 
pres. Vise. 

2. The late Comm. the Hon. Horatio Nelson Sandys 
Hood, R.N.,b.24 March, 1843 ; m. 28 Sept. 1872, Isa- 
bella Emily (in. 2nd. 7 Aug. 1888, Percy Edward James 
Leveson, who d. 15 March, 1896), dau. of Maj. SirRobert 
W. Mundy, K.C.M.G., and d. 3 Feb. 1881. 

3. Lieut. Hon. WilUam Nelson Hood, late R.N., b. 6 
Jan. 1848. 

4. Hon. Alexander Nelson Hood, C.V.O. (Duke of 
Bronte), b. 22 June, 1854 ; comptroller of the House- 
hold, and equerry to H.R.H. the Duchess of Teck 
1892-1900 : extra gentleman usher of the Privy 
Chamber to Queen Victoria 1892-1901 : priv. sec. to 
Queen Mary 1901-10 ; treasurer since 1910 ; is grand 
officer of the Crown of Italy. Residences — 13, Pelliam 
Crescent, S.W. ; Castello di Maniace, Bronte; La 
Falcanara, Taormina, Sicily. Clubs — Marlborough,; 
Bachelors'. 

5. Hon. Alfred Nelson Hood, b. 1 Oct. 1858 ; m. 2» 
Sept. 1910, Ada Louisa, dau. of tlie late Col. Francis 
Charles Gavegan, Roy. Berks Regt. 

6. Hon. Victor Albert Nelson (Queen Victoria, spon- 
sor), b. 14 Nov. 1863 : priv. sec. to Governors of S. 
Australia 1903-5 ; of Victoria 1906-11 ; of W. Aus- i 
tralia 1912-13 ; of N.S.W. 1913 : of Victoria since 
1913 ; chamberlain to Gov.-Gen. of Australia 1911. 
Clubs — Union ; Princes ; Rauelagh. 

1. Hon. Nina Maria, V.A., woman of the Bedchamber 
to Queen Victoria 1877-1901 ; m. 7 Feb. 1861, Lt.-Col. 
George Artliur Ferguson, D.L., late Giren. Gds., and 
has issue. Residence — Pitfour, Mintlaw, N.B. 

2. Hon. Adelaide Fanny, m. 16 Sept. 1879, Capt. 
Herbert F. Gye, M.V.O., R.N., who d. 26 April, 1906, 

i and has issue. Residence — 5, Westbourne Gardens, 
Folkestone. 

3. Hon. Rosa Penelope, maid of honour to Queen 
; Victoria 1886-94 ; m. 31 Julv, 1894, William Herbert 

Evans, who d. 18 Sept. 1900, of Forde Abbev, Dorset. 
Residence- 36, Chapel Street, S.W. 

BRIEN, Vise. Sec Lothian, ^NIarq. of. 

BRIGGS, Baronetcy (ext. 1887). Great. 27 
Nov. 1871 — The late Sir Thomas Graham 
j Briggs, Bt.. b. 30 Sept. 1833 ; m. 9 June, 
I 1857, Mary Jane, dau. of Benjamin Carlton 
1 Howell, of Barbados. Residences — Farley Hill, 
j Barbadoes ; 14, Challoner Mansions, W. Kensing- 
ton. 

BRINCKMAN, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 30 
Sept. 1831; C.B. (mil.) ]90(). — Sir Theodobe 
Francis Brinckman, s. of 2iid Bt. B. 26 May, 
1862 : m. 1st, 3 Sept. 1883. Lucy (obtained a 
divorce 1895), dau. of Thomas Radmall ; 
111. 2iid, 27 April. 1896, Mary Frances (obtained a 
divorce 1912), dau. of Capt. T. H. Linton ; m. 
3rd, 30 April. 1913, Elisabeth Marie Jeanne, dau. 
of late Dennis M. A. A. Bergerand, of Roanne, 
France ; .sue. his father 1905 ; hon. col. and 
late It. -col. command. 3rd Batt. the Buffs (E. 
Kent Regt.); hon. It. -col. in the Armv 1902. 
The 1st Bt. was M.P. for Yarmouth, Isle of 
Wight, 1820-6 ; he re.sumed the family name of 
Brinckman in lieu of Broadhead in 1842 
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BRISTOL 



latter instead of the former under Act of Parlia- 
ment. Residence — St. Leonards, Windsor. Clubs 
— White's ; Orleans. 
Issue by Snd m. — 

1. Theodore Ernest Warren Brixck.man, b. 21 
May, 1898. 

2. Roderick Napoleon Brinckman, b. 27 Dec. 1902. 
1. Daphne Cecilia. 

Capt. Sir Theodore Henry Brinckman, 2nd Bt., 
17th Kegt., b. 12 Sept. 1830 : M.P. for Canterbury 1868- 
74 ; ni. 18 July, 1861, Lady Cecilia Augusta (d. 16 Aug. 
1877), dau. of 2nd Marq. Conyugham, K.P., and d. 7 May, 
1905. Issue — 

1. Sir Theodore Francis Brinckman, pres. Bt. 

2. Claude Brinckman, b. 31 Mav, 1871 ; m. 6 June, 
1895, Mary (d. 2 Aug. 1906), o. dau. of Col. Sydenham 
Malthus, C.B., of Albury, Surrey. Residence — Holy- 
well, Swaninore, Hants. 



BRISBANE, 1st Archbishop (1905) and 4th 

Bishop of (Australia). Founded 185!). — Most 
Rev. St. Clair George Alfred Donaldson, 
s. of late Sir Stuart A. Donaldson, first premier of 
New South Wales, by Amelia, dau. of the late 
Fredk. Cowper. of Carleton Hall. Penrith, and 
LTnthank. Cumberland. B. 1863 ; ed. at Eton 
and Camb. (1st cl. trip. 1885, 1st cl. theol. trip. 
1887), M.A. 1889, D.D. 1904; hon. D.C.L. Dur- 
ham 1908 : ord. 1888 ; cur. of St. Andrew, 
Bethnal Green, 1888 ; res. chaplain to Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury 1888—91 ; head of Eton 
Mission, 1891-1901 ; vie. of St. Mary of Eton, 
Hackney Wick, 1893-1901 ; rural dean 1902-4, 
and rector of Hornsey 1901—4, when he was con- 
secrated to the above see. Residence — Bishops - 
bourne, Brisbane, Australia. 



BRISCO, 5th Bt. of Crofton Place (G.B.). 

Creat. 11 Julv. 1782. — Sib Hylton Ralph 
Brtsco, s. of 4th Bt. B. 24 Sept. 1871; m. 
20''April, 1904. Lilian Mabel King, niece and 
adopted dau. of Lucy, Countess of Egmont ; sue. 
his father 1909. Residences — Coghurst Hall, 
Sussex : Crofton Hall, Wigton, Cumberland. 
Clubs — Junior Carlton ; Wellington. 
Sir Robert Brisco, 3rd Bt.. b. 17 Sept. 1808 ; m. 
10 July, 1832, Annie Drewry (d. 14 Aug. 1875), dau. of 
George Riniington, of Tvne Field House, Cumberland, 
and d. 23 Dec. 1884. Issue— 

1. Sir Mtjsgrave Horton Brisco, 4th Bt., b. 11 
Aug. 1833 ; D.L., J.P., C.A., Cumberland : ni. 27 June, 
1867, Mary Elizabeth (Residence — 12, Sloane Court, 
S.W.), dau. of Sir W. H. Feilden, 2nd Bt., and widow 
of Capt. R. Newsham Pedder, 10th Hussars, and d. 
19 Dec. 1909. Issue— 

Sir Hylton Ralph Brisco, pres. Bt. 
Hilda Cunningham. 

2. The late Fleming Brisco, b. 20 April, 1845 ; m. 13 
April, 1871, Fanny Aubrey, dau. of Rev. Bulkeley 

0. Jones, Chancellor of St. Asaph, and d. 17 March, 
1901. Issue— 

1. AtTBREY HYLTON BRISCO, HEIR PRES., b. 11 Dcc. 
1873. 

2. Cecil Fleming Brisco, b. 31 Jan. 1876. 

3. Musgrave Wynne Brisco, b. 14 Feb. 1886. 
1. Gwendolen Constance. 

3. Arthur Hylton Brisco, b. 18 Sept. 1847 ; ni. 1885, 
Jessie, dau. of Capt. Francis Eastwood Campbell, late 
Roy. Welsh Fus. Residence — Kaweriri Awahuri, 
Wellington, N.Z. Issue — 

1. Hvlton Musgrave Campbell Brisco, b. 1886. 

2. Wastel Brisco, b. 1888. 

3. Oriel Arthur Brisco, b. 1892. 

4. Gilfrid Rimington Brisco, b. 1895. 

5. Bertram Isold Brisco, b. 1896. 

4. Alfred Brisco, b. 3 April, 1851 ; ed. at Camb. ; m. 
12 Dec. 1898, Lucy, dau. of Henry King, and widow 
of 7th Earl of Egmont. Residence — 7, Eaton Square, 
S.W. Clubs — Cariton : New University. 

1. Annie Camilla, m. 29 July, 1859, WilUam Postle- 
thwaite, who d. 9 April 1908, and has issue. Residence 
— The Oaks, Cumberland. 

2. Frances Dykes, m. 17 Dec. 1878, George Arthur 
Rimington, J.P., barr.-at-law (Club — New University), 
and has issue. Residence — Tynefield House, Penrith, j 

BRISCOE, 1st Bt. of Bourn Hall (U.K.). ' 
Great. 12 .July. 1910. — Sib John jA:srES Bbiscge, 
eld. s. of late J. Lriscoe, of Redbrook, Cheshire, 
byjElizabeth Burroughes. B. 8 Dec. 1836; m. 



11 June, 1863, Ellen, dau. of A. Chariton, of 
Altrincham, Ches. ; D.L., J.P., Cambs. (Sheriff 
1888). Residence — Bourn Hall, Cambridgeshire. 
Club — National. Issue — 

1. Alfred Leigh Briscoe, b. 26 April, 187U : barr.- 
at-law ; M.A. Oxford ; m. 14 Sept. 1910, Margaret 
Mackie, dau. of late Thomas Blythe Sinclah-, of Green 
Bank, New Brighton, and of Traquir, Orkney ; J. P. 
Cambs. Chambers — 8, Old Square, Liiieolii's Inn, 
W.C. Residence — 26, Buckingham Mansions, West 
Hampstead. 

2. John Charlton Briscoe, F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., M.D., 
b. 8 April, 1874 ; m. 7 July, 1909, Grace Maud, dau. 
of late Rev. S. W. Stagg, of Wavenev House, Wey- 
bread. Residence — 30, Harley Street, W. Issue — 

1. John Leigh Charlton Briscoe, b. 3 Dec. 1911. 

2. Richard Kynaston Briscoe, h. 10 Anril. 1914. 

3. Robert Charlton Briscoe, b. 26 Oct. 1877. 

4. Hugh Kynaston Briscoe, M.A. 0.\ford, I). 29 Sept. 
1879; I.C.S., Province at Bihar and Orissa. 

1. Ellen. 

2. Esther Mary, m. 18 June, 1902, Rev. Herbert 
Henry Baker Aylcs, D.D., and has issue. Residence 
— Tlie Rectorv, Barrow, Bury St. Ednuuids. 

3. Elizabeth Chariton. 



BRISTOL, 4th Marq. of (U.K.). Creat. 30 June. 
1826; Earl of Bristol. 19 Oct. 1714; Earl 
Jermyn, 1826 : Baron Hervey, 23 March 1703 ; 
M.V.O. 1907. — Frederick William Fane Heb- 
VEY, s. of late Lord Augustus H. C. Hervey. 
B. 8 Nov. 1863 ; m. 6 Dec. 1896, Alice Frances 
Theodora, dau. of late George Edward Wythes, 
of Copped Hall, Epping ; sue. his luicle 1907 ; 
comra. R.N. 1895, capt. 1901 ; rear-adm. (ret.) 
1911; M.P. Bury St. Edmunds (C. ) 1906-7; 
liereditary high steward of the liberty of St. 
Edmunds. This family numbers amongst its 
ancestors Wm. Lord Hervey. of Ross, who distin- 
guished himself in the conflict with the Spanish 
Armada ; .John Hervej% an eminent memb. of 
the House of Commons, afterwards ennobled ; 
liis son, John Lord Hervey, keeper of the privy 
seal in 1740. and one of the lords justices during 
the king's absence ; and the 3rd Earl of Bristol, 
vice-admiral of the blue, whose wife was the 
celebrated Miss Chudleigh, wlio in 1769 publicly 
mar. the Duke of Kingston, for which she was 
impeached. Residences — Iclvworth Park, Bury 
St. Edmunds, Suffolk ; 6, St. James' Sciuare, 
S.W. Clubs — Marlborough ; Naval and Military. 
Issue — 

1. Ladv Marjorie. 

2. Lady Phyllis. 

Frederick William Hervey, 2nd Marq. of Bristol, 
b. 15 July, 1800 : M.P. for Bury 1826-59, for W. Suf- 
folk 1859 ; Treasurer of the Household 1841-6 ; m. 9 
Oct. 1830. Katherhie Isabella (d. 20 April, 1848), dau. 
of John, Duk' of Rutland, and d. 30 Oct. 1864, Issue — 

1. Frederick William John Hervey, 3rd Marq. of 
Bristol, b. 28 June, 1834 ; Lord Lieut, of Suffolk, 
M.P. for W. Suffolk 1859-64 ; hon. col. 3rd Batt. 
Suffolk Regt. ; m. 4 March, 1862, Ger.aldine Geor- 
GIANA Mary (Residence — 67, Brook Street, W. ; 
Lady of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem), dau. of Gen. 
the Hon. George Anson, and d. 7 Aug. 1907. Issue — 

1. Lady Katherine Adine Geraldine, ni. 4 March 
1886, Allan Harvey Drummond, who d. 28 Jan. 1913, 
and has issue. Residences — 7, Ennismore Gardens, 
S.W. ; Sherborne House, Warwick. 

2. Lady Alice Adeliza, m. 29 Aug. 1896, George, 
3rd Baron Hylton. 

2. The late Lord Augustus Henry diaries Hervey, b. 
2 Aug. 1837 ; M.P. for W. Suffolk ; m. 30 July, 1861, 
Mariana (Residence — Hampton Court Palace), dau. 
of William P. Hodnett, and widow of Ashton Benyon, 
of Stetchworth Park, Cambs., and d. 28 May, 1875. 
Issue — 

1. Frederick William Fane Hervey, pres. Marq. 

2. Lord Walter John Hervey (pat. of prece- 
dence, 15 Nov. 1907), Heir Pres., b. 29 Jan. 1865 ; 
J.P. Notts, late lieut. Suffolk I.Y. ; m. 20 Oct. 1903, 
Hon. Hilda, dau. of 6th Baron Calthorpe. Resi- 
dence — Rumsey House, Calne, Wilts. Club — 
Wellington, 

3. Rev. Lord Manners William Hervey, b. 10 June, 
1866 ; ed. at Camb. Residence — The Rectory, 
Horringer, Bury St. Edmunds. 

4. Lord Herbert Arthur Robert Hervey, b. 10 Oct. 



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1870 ; Coiuniercial Attache in Diplomatic Service, 
1913. Club — Bachelors'. 

1 Ladv Maria Louisa Helen (pat. of precedence, 
1907) in. 24 Nov. 1887, Sir Charles G. E. Welby. 

2 Lady Oeraldine Mariana, m. 28 Dec. 1898, Harry 
Hoare,'j.P., and has issue. Eesidenci — Ellisiield 
Manor, Herriard, Hants. 

3. Lord Francis Hervev, h. Hi Oct. 1846: barr.-at- 
law : fellow of Hertford Coll. O.xford : M.P. for Bury 
1874-811,188.5-92; Civil Service Conniiissr. 1892, First 
C'oinniissr. 1907-9. Residence— -42, Sussex Square, 
Brighton. Chilis— Cariton : United University. 
1. Lady Marv Katherine Isabella. Residence — 
67, Brook Street, W. 



BRISTOL, 49th Bishop oL Founded 1542; 
reeonstituttHl 1897. — Rt. Rev. George Xicksok, 
s. of Joliii Xickson, of Roslyn. Birkdale, and Cefn 
Isaf, Tal-y-Cafn, X". Wales, by Isabella,, dan. of 
Richard Wigley, of The :Mount, Shrewsbury. 
B. 9 May. I8G4; m. 1 Sept. 1891, Ada. dau. of 
James E. Phenix ; ed. at Trin. Coll. Dublin and 
Camb. ; B.A. (1st class theol. trip.) 1887 : M.A. 
1891 : hon. D.D. 1906 : M.A. and LL.B. Trinity 
Coll. Dublin, 1899; LL.D. 1900: hon. D.D. 
Durham 1907: ord. 1888: cur. of Holy Trin. 
t^amb. 1888-90; tutor and bursar Ridley Hall, 
Camb. 1888-97 ; vie. of St. Benedict. Camb. 
1892-5: .select preacher Camb. 1893 and 1896; 
lecturer in theology Selwyn Coll. Camb. 1895-7 ; 
vie. of St. John the Divine, Fairfield, Liverpool, 
1897-1905 : exam, chaplain to Bishop of Durham 
1901-9 : rural dean of W. Derby 1902-5 : proctor 
in convocation 190G : vie. of St. Andrew's, 
Southport, 1906-6 ; Bishop Suffragan of Jarrow 
and canon of Durham 1906-14 : pre.s. of the 
Council of Durham Colleges in the Univ. of 
Durham 1910 ; apptd. Bishop of Bristol 1914., 
On the translation of the 43rd Bishop of Bristol to 
Ely in 1836, the See of Bristol was united to Glou- 
cester, but was re-constituted as a separate See in 
1897. The present diocese includes the nine dean- 
eries of Bristol, Bittou, Stapelton, Malmesbury, 
Chippenham, and Crieklade. The endowment was 
provided by an annual sum of £700 from the 
endowments of the See of Gloucester, and by a 
sum of £60,000 which was raised by public sub- 
scription. A sum of £5,000 was also raised for 
the alteration of a house presented to the See, 
but a new house has been built at a cost of £14,000 
on a site given for the purpose. Residence — The 
Palace, Bristol. Issue — 

1. Dorothy. 

2. Margery. 

BROADBENT, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 10 Aug. 
1893. — Sir JuhnFr.^ncis Haepix Bro.\dbent, s 
of 1st Bt. B. 16 Oct. 1865: m. 12 Feb. 189o!! 
Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of G. P. Field : sue. his 
father 1907 ; ed. at Rugbv and Oxford (.M.D.. JLA., 
B.Ch.), F.R.C.P. Lond."; capt. 3rd Lond. Gen" 
Hosp. Terr. Force. Residences — 35, Seymour 
Street, Portman Square. W. : Halefiold. Wend- 
over, Bucks. Club — Xew (3xford and Cam- 
bridge. Issue — 

1. WlLLLiM Fr.ixcis Bro.^dbext, b. 29 Xov. 1904. 

1. Phyllis Margaret. 

2. Sylvia Mary. 

3. Kathc^rine Mabel. 

4. Irene. 

SiK William Henry Broadbent, Isi Bt., K.C.V.O., 
b. 23 Jan. 1835 ; physician extraordinary to Queeii 
Victoria, physician in ordinary to King Edward ; in 
5 Aug. 1863, Eliza (Residence — 9, York Terrace,' Re- 
gent's Park, N.W.), dau. of John Harpin, of Birks House 
Holmfirth. Yorks, and d. 10 Julv, 1907. Issue ' 

1. Sir John Francis Harpin Broadbent, pros Bt 

2. Walter Broadbent, M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. MD b' 
4 Aug. 1868 : in. 16 Oct. 1896, Edith, dau. of 'late 
Rt. Hon. John Monroe, P.C. Judge of High Court 
Ireland. Residence — 50, Brunswick Square Brigh- 
ton. Issue — ' 

1. John Graham Monroe Broadbent b 19 Jan 19m 

2. Hubert William Lonsdale Broadbent, b. 19 Feb- 

1. Elizabeth lone. 

2. Moira Edith. 



1. Mary Ethel. 

2. Eliza Madeleine, m. 17 April, 190.3, Louis Arthur 
Hainand, Mus. Doc, and has issue. 

BROCKLEBANK, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 22 
Jtily, 1885. — Sib Aubrey Bbocklebank, s. of 
2nci Bt. B. 12 July, 1873; m. 15 Oct. 1898, 
Hon. Grace Mary Jackson, dau. of 1st Baron 
Allerton ; ed. at Eton and Camb. ; sue. his father 
1911 : J. P. Cumberland. Residences — Irton 
Hall, Cumberland : Xunsmere, Sandiway,Cheshire ; 
Greenlands, Holmrook, Carnforth. Issue — 

Thomas Aubrey Lawies Brocklebank, b. 23 Oct. 

1899. 

Angela Grace. 
Sir Thomas Brocklebank, 1st Bt., b. 24 Nov. 1814 ; 
D.L., J.P. : m. 4 June, 1844, Anne (d. 7 Jan. 1883), dau'. 
of Joseph Robinson, of Bolton Hall, Cumberland, and 
d. 8 June, 1906. Issue — 

1. Sir Thomas Brocklebank, 2nd Bt., b. 1 March, 
1848 ; m. 9 .July, 1872, Agnes Lydia (d. 1 Dec. 1913), 
dau. of Sir James Joseph AUport, of Littleover, Derby, 
and d. 12 Jan. 1911. Issue — 

1. Sir ArBREY Brocklebank, pres. Bt. 

2. Ma j. John Jasper Brocklebank, D.S.O., Scottish 
Horse, late capt. 1st D.G., b. 5 Sept. 1875 ; served ini 
S. Africa : m. 21 April, 1914 Constance Mary, dau, 
of B. Leonard Powell, J.P., of Heatherbank, 
Cliislehurst. 

3. Robert Allport Brocklebank, b. 25 Oct. 1878 ; 
m. 21 Jan. 1903, Frances, dau. of late John H, 
Walker, of ^ewportr, Fife. Issue — 

OUver Brocklebank, b. 17 Aug. 1908. 

1. Anne Dorothea, m. 4 Jan. 1900, Charles Hesketh 
Fleetwood-Hesketh, and has issue. Residence — ■ 
The Rookery, X. Meols. 

2. Agnes Sylvia. 

3. Evelyn Violet, twin with Agnes, m. 4 March, 1909, 
George ' Westinghouse, and has issue. Residence 
— Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

2. Harold Brocklebank, b. 24 Nov. 1853 ; J.P. Lanes. ; 
III. 1878, Mary Ellen, dau. of John Brogden, of Ulver- 
stonc. Residence — Grigedale Hall, Lanes. Issue — 

1. Cnpt. Thomas Geoffrey Brocklebank, b. 3 Nov. 
1882 ; 4th W. Lanes. Brig. R.F.A. 

2. Harolil Arthur Brocklebank, b. 1889 ; 2nd lieut. 
4th Batt. Rov. Lanes Regt. 1914. 

1. Katherine Mary, m. 25 July, 1911, Alfred Geof- 
frey Turner. 

2. Ruth Leonide. 

3. Eleanor Hilda. 

3. Rev. Charls HiMiry Brocklebank, b. 27 June, 1864 ; 
M.A., J.P. Canili. ; m. 25 June, 1889, Isabel Katherine, 
dau. of Capt. P. C. G. Webster, 8th Hussars. Resi- 
dence — Bartlow House, Cambs. Issue — 

Charlrs Gerald Brocklebank, b. 21 March, 1893. 
Edith Katherine. 

1. Edith Mary, m. 8 May, 1886, Edward Kewley, and 
has issue. Residence — bran, Catterick, Yorks. 

2. Katherine Leonide, m. 7 Feb. 1893, Capt. Henry 
Holt Bcever, late R.A., and has issue. Residence — • 

BROCKLEHURST, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 27 
Aug. 1903. — Sir Philip Lee Brocklehuust, s. 
of 1st Bt. B. 7 ilarch 1887 : m. 9 July, 1913, 
Gwladys, dau. of late Col. Gostling-Murray, of the 
Moat, Charing. Kent ; sue. his father 1904 ; ed. 
at Eton and Camb. ; lieut. Derbyshire Yeo. ; 
accompanied the British Antarctic expedn. 1907— 
9, and received medal from Roy. Geog. Soc. 
Residence — Swythamlev Park, near Macclesfield. 
Staffs. Clubs— Bath ; ^ Savage. 

Sir Philip Lancaster Brocklehurst, 1st Bt., b. 
12 Oct. 1827 : D.L., J.P. Staffs. ; m. 23 Oct. 1884, 
Annie Lee (Residence — Bagstones, Macclesfield), dau. 
of Samuel Dewhurst, J.P., of Bouthfield Hall, Handforth, 
and d. 10 May, 1904. Issue — 

1. Sir Philip Lee BROrKLEHURST, pres. Bt. 

2. Henry Coitrtney Brocklehurst, Heir Pres., 
b. 27 May, 1888 ; lieut. lOth Hussars. 

1. Mabel Annie, m. 11 Oct. 1905, Jonkheer P. J. van 
Haeften, .and has issue. Residence — Westlingtou 
House, Dinton, Ayleslmry. 

BRODIE, 3rd Bt., of Boxford (U.K.). Great. 
30 Aug. 1834. — Sir Bexjamix Vihcent Sellox 
Brodie, s. of 2nd Bt. B. at Oxford 19 June, 
1862; m. 4 Mav, 1887, Caroline Eliza (d. 13 
Jail. 1895), dau. of Capt. J. R. Woodriff, R.X., 
serj.-at-arms to Queen Victoria ; svtc. his father 
1880 : ed. at Oxford ; M.A. 1889 ; called to 
the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1889 ; F.S.A. ; D.L., 



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[BROOKE 



J.P., C.A., SiuTcy, C.C. 1895-1903; Sheriff 1912, 
The 1st Bt. was a distinguished surgeon, ser- 
jeant-surgeon to Queen Victoria, and first sur- 
geon-in-ordinary to late Prince Consort. Resi- 
dence — Brocldiani Warren, Betchworth, Surrey. 
Chib — Athenaeum. Issvie — 

1. Benjamin Colin Brodie, b. 6 March, 1888 • ed 
at Eton and Oxford, B.A. 1911. 

1. Phoebe Mary. 

2. OUve Marjory. 

•SiRl Benjamin Collins Beodie, 2nd Bt., F.R.S., 
b.»5 Fob. 1817 ; ed. at Harrow and O.^ford, Waynflete 
Prof, of Chemistry at Oxford Univ. ; m. 11 April, 1848, 
Philothca Margaret (d. 27 Jan. 1882), daii. of Jolin Vin- 
cent Thompson, sorjeant-at-law, and d. 24 Jfov. 1880. 
Issue — 
1. Sm BENjAinN Vincent Sellon Brodie, pres. Bt. 

1. Margaret Ann, m. 16 Dec. 1882, James Usher Hux- 
ley, M.D., and has issue. Residence — Charibury 
Lodge, Oxford. 

2. Ida Philotliea. Residence — 399, East India Road, 
Poplar. 

3. LiUan, m. 19 Sept. 1872, Lt.-Col. WilHam Alex- 
ander Cardwell, and has issue. Residence — Moat 
Croft, Eastbourne. 

4. Ethel, m. 29 July, 1880, Rev. Michael George 
Glazebrook, D.D. (Club — Athenaeum), Canon of Ely, 
late Headmaster of Clifton Coll. Residence — The 
College, Ely. 

5. Mary Isabel, m. 16 Dec. 1886, Thomas Herbert 
Warren, M.A., D.C.L. (Club — Atheniieum), Pres. of 
Magdalen Coll. Oxford ; late Vice-Chancellor of Oxford 
Univ. Residence — The Lodgings, Magdalen College, 
Oxford. 



BRODRICK, Baron. See Midleton, Vise. 

BROGHILL, Baron. See Cork, Earl of. 

BROMHEAD. 4th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 19 
Feb. 1806; C.B. (mil.) 1889.— Sir Benjamin 
Pabnell Bromhead, 2nd s. of 3rd Bt. B. 
22 Oct. 1838 ; m. 24 Oct. 1866, Annie (d. 
8 Feb. 1902), dau. of Rev. James Smith ; sue. 
his father 1870 : entered 38th Foot 1859 ; lieut. 
1863 ; It. -col. B.S.C. 1885 ; col. 1889 : late col. 
comdt. Punjab Pioneers ; served in Afghan war 
1878 ; Soudan campaign 1885 ; Silildm Exped. 
1888 ; and with Hazara Field Force 1891. Seat 
— Tliurlby Hall, Newark. Issue — 

1. The late Maj. Edward Gonville Bromhead, K.E.O. 
Goorkhas, b. 2 Sept. 1869 ; m. 8 Nov. 1897, Emily 
May, dau. of late Edward Hosking, I.C.S., and d. 18 
Dec. 1910. Issue — 

1. Benjamn Denis Gonville Bromhead, Heir 
PeE3., b. 7 May, 1900. 

2. Edmund de Gonville Hosking Bromhead, b. 23 
Aug. 1903. 

1. Dorothea Janetta Gonville. j 

2. Annie Marie Gonville. I 

2. Capt. Benjamin Gonville Bromhead, Roy. Berks. 
Regt., b. 19 Aug. 1876 : m. 30 April, 1912, Edith 
Maud, dau. of late Lt.-Col. R. C. Andrews, Ind. Army. : 

1. Janetta Hope Gonville, m. 5 April, 1894, Maj.-Gen. j 
William Riddell Birdwood, C.B., C.S.I., C.I.E., D.S.O. 
(Club — Cavalrv), 11th Bengal Lancers, and has issue. : 

2. Dorothy Judith Gonville, m. 15 Nov. 1898, Col. 
P. G. Walker, Ind. Army, and has issue. 

3. Kathleen Gonville, m. 15 Nov. 1898, Maj. Robert 
Edward Hamilton, Ind. Army, and has issue. 

Maj. Sir Edmund de Gonville BROMHB.iD, 3rd Bt., 
b 22 Jan. 1791 ; served at Waterloo ; m. 15 Sept. 1823, 
Judith Clu-istine (d. 12 June, 1873), dau. of James Wood, 
of^Woodville, co. Sligo, and d. 25 Oct. 1870. Issue — 

1. Sir Benjamin Parnbll Bromhead, pres. Bt. 

2. Col. Charles James Bromhead, late S. Wales Bor- 
derers, b. 15 Sept. 1840 ; served in Ashanti 1873-4, 
in Zululand 1879, in Burma 1887-9 ; J.P. Denbigh ; 
m. 5 Oct. 1876, Alice Marie, dau. of late Thomas 
Treckloton. Residence — Plas Draw, Ruthin. Club 
— United Service. Issue — 

Capt. Richard Freckleton Bromhead, Lines. Regt., 

b. 6 Nov. 1877. 
1. Frances Judith, m. 5 April, 1847, Rev. Arthur 
Coates, who d. 1906, and has issue. 
•2. Alice Margaret. 

3. Elizabeth Frances, m. 5 Sept. 1870, Evelyn Pock- 
lington, M.R.C.S., who d. 1911, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — ■ 



BROMLEY. See Bbojtley-Wilson, Bt. 



BROOKE, E.xrl and Baroa. See Warwick- 
Earl OF. ' 



DE CAPELL-BROOKE, 5th Bt., of Great 
Oakley (U.K.). Croat. 2!» .June, 1803.— Sir 
Arthur Richard de C.apell -Brooke, s of 4tli 
Bt. B. 12 Oct. 1869: m. 25 Feb. 1897. Fanny 
Cecil Talbot, dau. of Capt. Dancan McNeill, late 
Scots Greys, of Oransay Priory, Argyll ; sue his 
fatlier 1892 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford', B.A. 1893 ; 
J.P.,C.A.,Northaats ; capt. 4th Batt. Northants 
Regt. (M.) ; served in S. African war 1902 : High 
Sheriff, Rutland, 1899 ; contest. E. Northants 1906 
and Jan. and Dec. 1910. Tlie 1st Bt., Sir 
Richard Broolie Supple, assumed the name of 
Brooke in accordance with his uncle's will, and 
adopted the name of De Capell. in lieu of Supple, 
by roy. licence. Residence ?—Great Oakley Hall', 
Kettermg, Northants; Atjhadoe Hou?e. Kil- 
leagh, CO. Cork. Clubs — Travellers' ; Carlton ; 
Brooks'. 

Sir Richard Lewis de Capell-Brooke, 4th Bt 
b. 7 April, 1831 ; Barr.-at-law ; m. 10 Oct. 1867, Mary 
Grace (Residence— Hill House, Woodford, Thrapston 
Northants), dau. of late Rt. Rev. Edward TroUope, D D 
Bishop Suffragan of Nottingham, and d. 3 Feb 1892* 
Issue — • 

1. Sir Arthur Richard de Capbll-Brooke, pres. 
Bt. 

2. Edward Geoffrey de Capell-Brooke, Heir 
Pres., b. 31 Jan. 1880 ; ed. at Radley and Oxford, 
B.A. 1902. ' 

1. Mary Charlotte. 

2. Carolina Sophia. 



BROOKE, 5th Bt., of Colebrooke (U.K.). 
Creat. 7 Jan. 1822. — Sir Basil Stanlakb 
Brooke, s. of 4th Bt. B. 9 June, 1888 : sue. 
his father 1907 ; 2nd lieut. 10th Hussars since 
1911, late 2nd lieut. Roy. Fus. Residence — 
Colebrooke Park, co. Fermanagh. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Kildare Street (Dubhn). 

Sir Arthur Brinsley Brooke, 2nd Bt., i>. 1797 ; 
m. 15 Dec. 1841, Hon. Julia Henrietta Auson, maid of 
honour to Queen Victoria (d. 27 Dec. 1886), dau. of Sir 
George Anson, G.C.B., and d. 21 Nov. 1854. Issue— 

1. Sir Victor Alexander Brooke, 3rd Bt., D.L. 
(Queen Victoria sponsor), b. 5 Jan. 1843 ; m. 28 July, 
1864, Alice Sophia (Residence — Villa Jouvence, 
Pan, B.P.), dau. of Sir Alan Edward Bellinghara, 3rd 
Bt., and d. 23 Nov. 1891. Issue— 

1. Sir Arthur Douglas Brooke, 4th Bt., b. 7 
Oct. 1865 ; D.L., J.P., Fermanagh ; m. 28 July, 
1887, Gertrude Isabella (Residence— Colebrooke 
Park, Brookcborough, co. Fermanagh), dau. of 
Stanlake Ricketts Batson, of Horseheath, Cambs., 
and d. 27 Nov. 1907. Issue hving — 

1. Sir Basil Stanl.\ke Brooke, pres. Bt. 

2. Victor Mervyn Brooke, Heir Pres., b. 8 
June, 1893. 

3. Arthur Francis Brooke, b. 24 Sept. 1896. 

1. Sylvia Henrietta. 

2. Sheclah, m. 16 April 1914, Hon. HLury Mul- 
holland. (See Dunleath, Baron.) 

2. Lt.-Col. Ronald George Brooke, D.S.O. (1898), 
lirevet It.-col., late 7th and 11th Hussars, b. 25 Sept. 
1866 ; served in Chitral 1895, Matabeleland 1896, 
Tirah 1897-8, Egypt 1898, S. Africa 1899-1902, 
Somaliland 1903-4 : in. 6 May, 1908, Haller, Mrs. 
Ponsouby, dau. of late OrviUe Horwitz, of Balti- 
more, U.S.A. Residence — Brooke House, Valescure, 
St. Raphael. Club — Cavalry. 

3. Butler Brooke, b. 2 May, 1870 ; m. 2 June. 1910, 
Mary Viva, dau. of Cyril Earle Johnston, of Pau. 
Club — Raleigh. Issue — 

Cyril Brooke, b. 3 April, 1911. 

4. Alan Francis Brooke, b. 23 July, 1893 ; lieut. 
R.H.A. ; m. 28 July, 1914, Jane Mary, dau. of late 
Col. Rithanison. 

1. Alice Mildred, ni. 28 Sept. 1896, Lt.-Col. James 
Ramsay Campbell. Residence — Ardachie, Fort 
Augustus, N.B. 

2. Kathleen Mary. 

3. Hylda Henrietta, m. 5 July, 1899, Sir Frederick 
H. A. Des Voeux, Bt. 

2. Capt. Harry Vesey Brooke, late 92nd Gordon Hieli- 
landers., b. 23 Sept. 1845 ; D.L., J.P., Aberdeen ; m. 
9 Dec. 1879, Patricia, o. c. of James Gregory Moir 
Byres, of Tonley, Aberdeen. Residence— Fairley, 



PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



BROOKE] 

Countcsswdls, Aberdeen. Club— Naval and Military. 

^T'j^mos Anson Otho Brooke, b. 3 Feb. 1884 : 
lieut. Gordon Higlilrs. 

•' \rtlnir Brooke, b. 13 Feb. 1886; lieut. 18th 
kins George's Own Lancers, Indian Army; m. 
15 July 1913, Aimee Isabella, dau. of Richard 
Charles Brooinan-White, of Arddarrock, Dumbarton, 

3. Henry Brian Brooke, b. 9 Dec. 1889. Residence 
— Brit. E. Africa. , ,„, . . 

4. Patrick Henry Brooke, b. 21 May, lb9o : mid- 
shipman R.X. 

1. Constance Geraldinc. 

3 The late Arthur Basil Brooke, R.X., b. 1847 ; m. 
li Sept 1869. Alice Georgina (Residence— 33, Jigcr- 
ton Gardens S.W.), dau. of Rev. WiUiam Norton, and 
widow of J. Shirley Ball, and d. 3 Aug. 1884. Issue 

'T^Harrv Brinsley Brooke, b. 30 June, 1872 ; 2nd 
sec in the Diplomatic Serv. at Berne ; m. 10 Jan. 
1907, Hilda Gertrude, dau. of late Henry Tootal 
Broadliurst. Club— Travellers'. 

2. Comm. Basil Vernon Brooke, R.N., b. 9 March, 

3 Capt. Bertram Norman Brooke, Gren. Gds., h. 20 
July, 1880. Clubs— Bachelors' ; Guards'. 
1. Norah Mary. ^„^ ^ ,. 

1 Constance Henrietta, m. 1st, 3 Oct. 1872, Cohn 
John Campbell, Roy. Scots Greys, who d. 6 Aug. 1880, 
and has issue ; m. 2nd, 24 Sept. 1883, Col. Robert 
Henry Patrick Doran, late Queen's Own Roy. W. 
KentRegt. Residence — Lurganbrae, Brookeborough, 
CO. Fermanagh. Club— Natiou:il. 

BROOKE, 1st Bart, of Summerton (U.K.). 
Great. 12 Oct. 1903. — Sm George Frederick 
Brooke, eld. s. of Francis Richard Brooke, of 
Summerton. eo. Dublin, and of Coolgreany, co. 
Wexford, and Hon. Henrietta, dau. of 3rd Vi-sc. 
Monck. B. 13 Aug. 1849 : m. Ist, 4 April, 1875, 
Anna Maria (d. 13 June, 1877), dau. of Geoffrey 
Joseph Shakerlev, of Belmont Hall, Cheshire ; 
m. 2nd, 21 April,' 1881, Emily Alma (d. 28 Sept. 
1910), dau. of late Augustine H. Barton, of 
Rochestown. co. Tipperary ; ed. at Eton and 
Camb. : D.L.. J.P., Dublin ; Sheriff of Wexford 
1882, and of Dublin 1898. This family is a 
branch of Brooke of Colebrooke. Residences — 
1, Gardiner's Row, Dublin : Coolgreany, co. Wex- 
ford. Clubs — Carlton; Kildare Street (Dublin); 
Sackville Street (Dublin). 

Issue by 1st m. — 

1 The late Geokge Brooke, b. 10 .Tunc, 1877 ; iii.2j 
June 1907, Nina, dau. of Rt. Hon. Lord Arthur Hill ; 
ed at Eton ; lieut. Irish Gds. ; served in S. Africa, 
attached to Hants Kegt. (medal and 3 clasps) ; d. 
of wounds reeeiveil in action Sept. 1914. Residence — 
Ballyfad House, Coolgreany, co. Wexford. Issue — 
Nancy Myra. 

Issue by 2nd m. — ^ „ „ 

2. Francis Hugh Brooke, b. 10 Nov. 1882 ; late K. R.R. 
Corps ; lieut. S. Irish Horse. 

3. Capt. Augustine Henry Brooke, 18th King George's 
Own Lancers, Ind. Army, b. 2.5 Feb. 1884. 

4. Raymond Frederick Brooke, b. 2 June, 1885. 

5 Arthur Charles Brooke, b. 26 Sept. 1886 ; lieut. 
R.H.A. 

6. Lieut. John Brooke, R.N., b. 2 Oct. 1887. 

7. Gerard Basil Brooke, b. 10 March, 1894 : lieut. 

5. Irish Horse. 

8. Geoffrey Thomas Brooke, b. 19 Oct. 1896. 

1. Emily Henrietta. 

2. Rose Dorothy. 

BROOKE, 8th Bt., of Norton Priory (E.) 
Croat. 12 Dec. lt)62. — Sir P^ichard JIarcus 
Brooke, s. of 7th Bt. B. 26 Oct. 1850 ; m. 
16 Jan. 1883. Alice, dau. of John Sambrooke 
Crawley, of Stockwood Park, Luton ; sue. his 
father 1888: formerly lieut. 1st Life Gds.; 
D.L., J.P., Cheshire. The 1st Bt. was apptd. 
Sheriff of Cheshire in 1644 by Parliament, an 
office lie subsequently filled on three succes- 
sive occasions, cluring the civil wars and under 
Cromwell's protectorate. Residence — Norton 
Priory, Runcorn. Club — Travellers'. Issue — 

Richard Christopher Brooke, b. 8 Aug. 1888 ; m. 
7 Sept. 1912, Marian Dorothea, dau. of late Arthur 
Charles Innes, D.L., J.P., of Dromantine, co. Down; 
late 2nd lieut. Scots Gds. 
Sir Richard Brooke, 7th Bt., b. 13 Dec, 1814 ; 



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, lieut. 1st Life Gds. ; ni. 1st, 12 Dec. 1848, Lady Louisa 
■ Duff (d 23 Sept. 18f4), dau. of Gen. the Hon. Sir Alex- 
ander Duff, G.C.H. ; m. 2nd. 21 Dec. 1871, Henrietta 
Elizabeth (d. 20 Aug. 1911), dau. of Sir Harry Main- 
waring, 2nd Bt., and d. 3 March, 1888. Issue living 
by 1st in. — 

1. Sir Richard Marcus Brooke, pres. Bt. 

2. Basil Poynings Brooke, b. 28 Sept. 1853. 

3. Joscelyn James I'uscy Brooke, b. 21 Jan. 1855. 

4. Victor Alexander Brooke, b. 20 April, 1857. 

5. Octavius George Brooke, b. 19 June, 1858. 

6. Lionel Brooke, b. 17 Nov. 1859. 

7. Reginald Cecil Brooke, b. 6 July, 1861. 
; 1. Mabel Dorothy. 

2. Winifred Agnes Emily. 
I 3. Lilian Louisa Lettice. 
Issue l5y 2nd m. — ■ 

4. Constance Ida. 

5. Rosalind Hester. 

BROOKE, Baronetcy (ext. 16 July, 1908). Great. 
4 Aug. 1899. — The late Sir Thomas Brookb, 
Bt., F.S.A. B. 31 May. 1830 ; m. .3rd, 30 Sept. 
' 1902, Mary (Residence — Armitage Bridge, Hud- 
. dersfield), dau. of James Priestley, of Bankfield, 
Huddersfield, J.P., and widow of Rev. G. F. For- 
ster, vie. of Beckwithshaw, Yorks, and d. 16 
July, 1908. 

BROOKS, Baronetcy (ext. 9 June. 1900). 
Creat. 4 INIarch. 1886. — The late Sir William 
GuNLiFFE Brooks, Bt.. b. 30 Sept. 1819; 
M.P. for East Cheshire 1 809-85, for Altrincham 
1886-92 ; D.L. Lanes, and Aberdeen ; m. 1st, 
25 July, 1842, Jane Elizabeth (d. 10 Oct. 1865), 
dau. of Ralph Orrell, of Stockport ; m. 2nd. 5 
Nov. 1879, Jane (Residence — Aboyne, Aber- 
deenshire), dau. of Col. Sir David Davidson, 
K.C.B., and d. 9 .June, 1900. Issue living by 
1st m. — 

1. Amv, m. 14 July, 1869, Charles, 11th Marq. of 
Huntly. 

2. Edith, m. 1st, 14 Oct. 1874, Lord Francis Horace 
Cecil, R.N., who d. 23 June, 1889, and has issue ; ni. 
2nd, 26 April, 1892, Adm. Philip Francis Tillard, J.P. 
(Club — Naval and Mil.), and has issue. Residences 
— AU'ord House, Alford, Somerset ; Fasnadarach, 
Dinnet, Aberdeen. 

BROOME, Vise. See Kitchener, Eabl. 

BROUGHAM and VAUX, 3rd Baron (U.K.). 

Great. 22 March ISOn : K.C.V.C). 1905. — Hen'by 
Gh.\bles Bbough.\m, s. of 2nd Baron. B. 2 
Sept. 1836 ; m. 18 April, 1882, Adora Frances 
Olga, dau. of Peter Wells, of Forest Farm, Wind- 
sor Forest, and widow of Sir Richard Courtenay 
Musgrave, Uth Bt. ; .sue. his father 1886 ; ed. 
at Eton and Camb. ; D.L., J.P., C.G., Westmor- 
land ; clerk in the House of Lords 1857-86. The 
1st Peer was the celebrated Lord Brougham, 
attorney-general to Queen Caroline, and after- 
wards Lord Chancellor ; he was many years a 
memb. of the House of Commons, and the author 
of numerous well-known literary and scientific 
works. The peerage was conferred twice on him, 
the second time with special remainder in default 
of heirs male to his bro. Residences — 36. Ches- 
ham Place, S.AV. : Brougham Hall. Penrith, co. 
Westmorland ; Clrateau Eleonore, Cannes, 
Alpes Maritimes, France. Clubs — IMarlborough ; 
Brooks's ; Arthur's ; Garrick ; Bachelors'. 
Issue — 

Hon. HEJfRY Brougham, b. 26 May, 1887 ; m. 13 
July, 1908, the Hon. Diana Isabel Sturt, dau. of 
Humphrey, 2nd Baron Alington ; 2nd lieut. Colds. Gds. 
Residence — 10, Oxford Square, W. Club — Carlton. 
Issue — 

Victor Henry Peter Brougham, b. 23 Oct. 1909. 
Eileen Cynthia Millicent Eva. 
Hon. Eleanor Mabel Valentine. 
William Brougham, 2nd Baron Brougham and Vaux, 
b. 26 Sept. 1795 ; m. 12 Aug. 1834, Emily Frances (d. 
8 April, 1884), dau. of Sir Charles William Taylor, 1st 
Bart. ; M.P for Southwark 1831-5 ; d. 3 Jan. 1886. 
Issue — • 

1. Henry Charles Brougham, pres. Baron. 

2. The late Hon. Wilfrid Brougham, b. 22 Jan. 1842 ; 
served in 10th Hussars and 17th Lancers, maj. West- 
morland and Cumberland Yeo. ; m. 1st, 4 June, 1863. 



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[BROWN 



Francpsca (d. i March 1901), o. c. of Signor Gaetano 
Vignati ; m. ^nd, 1901, Maria Sopliia (Residence — 

dau. of late 
Col. Fauuce, 4th King's Own Regt., and d. 2 Xov. 
1904. Issue by l.st m. — 

1. Wilfrid Francis Brougham, b. 2.5 Nov. 1864 : ni. 
27 Nov. 1889, Matilda Caroline, dau. of late Alex- 
ander Donald McGregor, of Melrose, Guernsey. 
Issue — 

Francis St. John McGregor Brougham, b. 18 

Sept. 1890. 

Mary Monica Anita. 

2. Evelyn Albinia, ni. 6 Aug. 1890, Rev. Gi'orge 
Lowes Dickinson, M.A., rector of Dcene, Wansford, 
Northants, and has issue. 

3. Hon. Reginald Thomas Dudley Brougham, b. 2 
Dec. 1853 ; m. 1st, 25 Feb. 1884, Augusta Louisa 
(marr. dissolved 1900 ; d. 16 May, 1902), dau. of 
Arthur Wellesley Ward, of Calverly Manor, Tunbridge 
Wells ; m. 2nri, 1 Dec. 1900, Isabella Augusta, dau. 
of late S. Leo Schuster. Residence — Whinfell House, 
Crowborough, Sussex. Club — Arthur's. 

1. Hon. Alice Eleanora, m. 30 Nov. 1863, Rev. the 
Hon. Thomas Fdwardes, who d. 3 Dec. 1896, and has 
issue. Residence — St. Katherine's, C'radley, Malvern. 

2. Hon. Emily Evelyn, m. 23 April, 1867, Capt. 
Francis Sandys Dugm'ore, who d. 10 Nov. 1893, and has 
issue. Residence — Brockhurst, Guernsey. 

3. Hon. Adela Mary Grenville, m. 20 April, 1885, 
Sir Charles Archer Cook, K.C.B. {see Knightage). 

BROUGHTON, Barony (Ext. 3 June IS 69). 
Creat. 20 Feb, 1851. The late Rt. Hon. John 
Cam Hobhouse, Isr Babon Broughton, G.C.B., 
F.R.S., b. 27 June. 1786; m. 26 July 1828, Lady 
Julia Hay (d. 3 April 1835), dau. of George, 7th 
Marq. of Tweeddale, and d. 3 June, 1869, when 
the barony became extinct. Issue — 

1. Hon. Charlotte, m. 27 July, 1854, Dudley, 4th 
Baron Dorchester. 

2. Hon. Sophia, m. 31 July, 1851, John, 5th Earl of 
itoden, whom see. 

BROUGHTON, 11th Bt., oS Broughton (E.). 
Great. 10 March, 1660. — Sir Henry John Delves 
Broughton. B. 10 Sept. 1883 ; capt. Irish 
Gds. ; ni. 8 July, 1913, Vera Edyth, dau. of 
Griffith Boscowen, of Trevalyan Hall, Rossett, 
N. Wales ; sue. his father 1914 ; patron of 5 liv- 
ings. Residences — Broughton Hall, Eccleshall, 
Staffordshire ; Doddington Park. Nantwich ; 
11, Mount Street, W. Club — Guards'. 

Sir Henry Delves Broughton, 9th Bt., b. 22 June, 
1808 ; m. 24 Feb. 1857, Eliza Florence Alexandrina 
(d. 14 Nov. 1882), dau. of Louis Rosenzweig, and d. 
26 Feb. 1899. Issue— 

1. Sir Delves Louis Broughton, 10th Bt., b. 1 
June, 1857 ; m. 1st, 26 April, 1881, Rosamond (d. 11 
Oct. 1885), dau. of John Lambart Broughton. of Alm- 
ington Hall, Staffs. ; 2nd, 21 Dec. 1887, Mary Evelyn, 
dau. of Rowland Hugh Cotton, of Btwall Hall, Derby- 
shire ; and d. 15 April, 1914. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Capt. Sir Henry Delves J. Broughton, pres. 
Bt. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Brian Evelyn Delves Broughton, b. 16 April, 
1898. 

1. Violet Evelyn Delves. 

2. Amice Ivy Delves. 

2. Brian Delves Broughton, b. 16 April, 1865 ; m. 
26 July, 1886, Minnie Elizabeth, dau. of George Rowe. 

1. Zoe AngeUque, m. 1881, Neville Thursby, and has 
issue. Residence — Harleston, Nortliants. 

2. Rhoda Delves, m. 7 Nov. 1885, her cousin, Vernon 
Lamonerrie Delves Broughton, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — Eastholmc, WelUngton Square, Cheltenham. 

3. Saba Maud, m. 10 Nov. 1896, Lionel Charles Moles- 
worth, and has issue. Residence — Tlie White Cot- 
tage, Watham Abbey. 

BROUN, 10th Bt., of Colstoun (Scot.). Great. 
16 Feb. 1C8G. — Sir William Broun, s. of 9th 
Bt. B. 18 Dec. 1848; m. 12 April, 1871, 
Alice Jane, dau. of late J. C. Peters, of Hope 
House, Manly Beach, Sydney ; sue. his father 
1882. Among the remote ancestors of this 
family is the famous necromancer Hugo de Gif- 
ford [temp. 1200) who according to tradition in- 
vested the famous Colstoun Pear, which is still 
preserved at Colstoun, with the power of securing 
unfailing prosperity for its possessor. This 



passed into the Broun family through a dau. of 
Lord Yester who married a Broun in the sixteenth 
century. The 2nd Bt. was drowned with his 
wife and family, when the pear and estates parsed 
away to another branch of the family and became 
separated from the baronetcy. The story goes 
that his wife had attempted to eat the pear, which 
is said to still show marks of teeth, though accord- 
ing to another version she had only dreamt of 
eating the pear on the night of her marriage. 
Residences — Colstoun. Gunnedah ; Thornydyke,' 
Goonamble, X.S. Wales. Issue living — 

1. James Lionel Broun, b. 1875. 

2. William Arthur Broun, b. 12 Oct. 1876. 

3. Reginald Augustus Broun, b. 1878 ; m. 1910, Alice 
Maud, dau. of W. B. Wilkinson, of Mosman, Sydney, 
N.S.W. 

4. Claud McBrydo Broun, b. 1832. 

1. Elizabeth Eleanor Maide, m. 1898, Ernest Fred'Tick 
Doyle, and has issui^ Residence — Werriston, Werri* 
Creek, N.S.W. 

2. Alice Marion Blanche, m. 1904, Leslie Sprague, 
and has issue. Residence — Dungowan, Tamworth, 
N.S.W. 

3. Linda Isabella, m. 1910, William Shubrick Martin. 
Residence— Werris Creek, N.S.W. 

Sir William Broun, 9th Bt., b. 21 July, 1804 ; m. 18 
July, 1843, Elizabeth (d. 19 Aug. 1899), dau. of .lohn 
Smith, of Drongan, Ayr, an! d. 10 Jun ;, 1832. Isiu; 
living — 

1. Sir William Broun, pres. Bt. 

2. John Smith Broun, b. 1853. 

3. David Limond Broun, b. 1855 ; m. 1877, Margaret, 
dau. of Martin Kelly, of N.S.W. Residence — Bassen- 
dean, Tingha, New England, N.S.W. Issue — 

1. William James Broun, b. 1882. 

1. Kate Mary Emily. 

2. Sarah, m. 23 Aug. 1904, WiUiam Bissett Whight- 
man Knowles, and has issue. Residence — Inverell, 
New England, N.S.W. 

3. Eleanor Gale. 

4. Elizabeth Smith, m. 31 Jan. 1914, Rumney 
Gibbons. 

1. Marian Henderson, m. 1st, 9 July, 1885, Arthur 
Swift Darby, who d. 1894, of Campo Santo, N.S.W. ; m. 
2nd, 1903, Rev. William Laycock, M.A., vie. of Oxton, 
Southwell, Notts. 

2. Elizabeth Smith, m. 22 .July, 1886, Rev. John 
Mackic, D.D., of St. Andrew's Church, Kingston, 
Canada, and has issue. 

3. Mary, m. 12 Feb. 1884, William Saul, M.D., who 
d. 1903, and has issue. Residence — Dalblair, Bos- 
combe, Bournemouth. 

4. Isabella Gilmore, m. 27 Oct. 1898, Thomas Edmund 
Burkcr Thompson. Residence — Halton Lee, Hawk- 
wood, Boscombc. 



BROWN, 1st Bt., of Broome Hall (U.K.). 
Great. 5 Jan. 1903. — Sir Alexander H.ar- 
GBEAVEs Brown, s. of Alexander Brown, of 
Beilby Grange, Yorks, and Sarah Benedict, dau. 
of James Brown, of New York, and grandson 
of Sir William Brown, 1st Bt. of Liverpool. 
B. 11 April, 1844; m. 5 Jan. 1876, Henrietta, 
dan. of Charles R. Blandy, of Madeira ; ed. 
privately; M.P. (L.U.) Wenlock 1868-85, and 
Wellington div. Salop 1885-1906 ; formerly 
cornet 6th D.G.. ret. 1866 ; hon. col. Lane, and 
Ches. R.G.A. (Tei-r. Force), lieut.-col. comdg. 
1869-1888 ; V.D. ; partner in Brown, Shipley 
& Co., merchants, of London ; J.P., Surrey, 
Lanes. Residences — 12, Grosvenor Gardens, 
S.W. ; Broome Hall, Holmwood, Surrey. Clubs 
— Brooks's ; Reform. Issue — 

1. Capt. Gordon Hargreaves Brown, Colds. Gds., 
b. 31 July, 1880 ; m. 18 Oct. 1910, Editha Ivy, dau. 
of Vice-Adm. Pigott, of Doddershall Park, Bucks ; 
ed. at Eton and R.M.C. Sandhurst : Issue — 

John Hargreaves Brown, b. 16 Aug. 1913. 
Joan Terrell Hargreaves. 

2. Walter Hargreaves Brown, M.A. Camb. ; b. 6 
Sep. 1881 ; m. 22 July, 1913, Alberta Laura, dau. of 
the late Capt. Guy Mainwariug, R.N. Club — Brooks'. 

1. Agnes Sara Hargreaves, m. 15 Dec. 1908, Major 
James Bruce Jardine, D.S.O. (Club — Cavalry), 
5th Lancers, and has issue. 

2. Gladys Emily Hargreaves, m. 26 June, 1907, 
Geoffrey Edward Huth, J. P. (Clubs — Athena-um ; 
Bath), and has issue. Residence — Roche Coart, 
East Winterslow, Salisbury. 



PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



BROWN] 

BROWN. 3rd Bt., of Richmond Hill (U.K.). 

Creai •'4 Jan. 18():3 — Sm Melville Richmond 
Beown' s. of 2nd Bt. B. 13 Oct. 18G6 ; m. 
27 Feb 190G. Lilian Alice Mabel, dau. of Robert 
Roussel, of Rohais. Guernsey ; sue. his father 
1906- ed. at Eton. The 1st Bt, was senior 
partner in Brown, Shipley & Co., of Liverpool, 
merchants, founder of the public library in that 
town, M.P. for South Lanes. Residence — 
White Rock, Brockenhurst. Hants. 
1 Sir William Kichmond Brown, 2nd Bt,, b. 16 Jan. 
1840 ; col. Lanes. Art. Vols. : m. 28 May, 1862, Emily 
(Residences— 34, Chesham Place, S.W. : Astrop, Ban- 
bury), dau. of (4cn. William T.B. Mountsteven, and d. 
10 M,ay, 1906. Issue— 

1 Sir MELvaLLE Richmond Brown, pres. Bt. 
■'' Frederick Richmond Brown, heir pres., b. 28 
Jan 1868; iii. 22 Nov. 1900, Anne Dumville Luxmoore, 
dau of George Dumville Lees, of Woodhill, Oswestry. 
Residence— Llanfair, Carnarvon. Clubs— Wellington ; 
Thames Yacht. Issue — ^ 

1. Charles Frederick Richmond Brown, b. b Dec. 
1902. 

2. Ralph Richmond Brown, b. 18 March, 1904. 
1. Diana Sybil Richmond. 

1. Ethel Richmond. 

2 Alice Richmond, Lady of Grace of St. John ot 
Jerusalem, m. 23 Nov. 1904, George Hunter Garnett- 
Orme, and has issue. Residences — Tarn House, 
and Greenfield, Skipton-in-Craven, Yorks. 

3. Margaret Richmond. 

4. Dora Richmond, m. 7 Jan. 1913, C.apt. Julian 
Lawrence Fisher, D.S.O., Roy. Fus. 



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BROWNE, Baron. 

Bbowne, Babon. 



See Oeanjioee and 



BROWNLOW, 3rd Earl (U.K.). Creat. 27 
Nov. 1815: Vise. Alford. 1815; Baron Brown- 
low, 20 May, 1770 ; Bait., 29 Sept. 1077 ; P.C. 
1887. — Ade'lbeet Wellington Beownlow Cust, 
younger s. of the late John Hume Egerton, Vise. 
Alford (d. 3 Jan. 1851), s. of John, 1st Earl 
Brownlow, by Lady Marian Margaret Compton. 
dau. of Spencer. 2nd Marq. of Northampton. 
B. in Lowndes Street. S.W.. 19 Aug. 1844; 
m. 22 June. 1808, Lady Adelaide Talbot, dau. of j 
ISth Earl of Shrewsburj' and Talbot ; sue. his i 
bro. 1807 ; was ensign and lieut. Gren. Gds. ' 
1863-0 : lieut. 4th Herts Rifle Vols. 1800 : Lord- 
Lieut. Lines. ; an ecclesiastical commissioner i 
for England; mayor of Grantham 1910-11: 
late hon. col. 4th Batt. Lines. Regt. (M.); hon. 
col. Lincoln Yeo., and lieut. -col. late 2nd Herts 
R.V. : commanded Home Counties Vol. Brigade. 
1895-1902. and Bedford Brigade 1902-8 : A.D.C. 
to the King, formerly A.D.C. to King Edward : 
hon. col. unattached list : president and military 
meiTiber Lincoln Terr. Force Assocn. ; M.P. for 
North Shropshire 180G-7 ; parliamentary secretary 
to the Local Government Board 1885-0 ; pay- 
master-general 1887-9 ; under-sec. of state for 
war 1889-92 ; trustee of the National Gallery. 
The 1st B.aron was elevated to the peerage in 
consideration of the services of his father. Sir 
John Cust. Bt., who had been Speaker of the 
House of Commons from 1701 to 1770. Resi- 
dences — 8, Carlton House Terrace. S.W. ; 
Asiiridge Park. Berkhampstead, Herts ; Belt on 
House, Grantham. Clubs— Marlborough ; Carlton. 

Heir pres. to the Barony, his kinsman Henry John 
CocKAYNE-CrsT (s. of Henry Francis Cockayne Cust, 
by Sara Jane, dau. of Isa.ic Cookson, of Meldon Park, 
Northumlierland, and grandson of Rev. the Hon. 
Henry Cockayne Cust, 2nd s. of 1st Baron), b. 10 Oct. 
1861 ; m. 11 Oct. 1893, Emmeline Mary Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir William Earle Welby Gregory, 4th Bart. ; 
ed. at Eton and Camb. (scholar) ; M.P. Lincolnshire, 
Stamford Div. (C.) 1890-5, and Bermondsey 1900-6 ; 
D.L., J. P., Lines. Residence — Chancellor's House, 
Hyde Park Gate, W. Clubs— Carlton ; St. James's ; 
Travellers'. 

BROWNRIGG, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 9 
i\Iarch, 1810. — Sir DouciLAS Egeemont Robert 
Beownrigg. s. of 3rd Bt. B. 25 July, 1807 : 
m. 18 Nov. 1896, Beatrice, dau. of Rt. Hon. Sir 



Cecil Clementi-Smith, G.C.M.G. ; sue. his father 
1900 ; capt. R.N. 1907 ; ret. 1913 : Naval 
Attache at Tokyo 1910-13. The 1st Bt. was 
a general, a G.(3.B.. col. of the 9th foot, etc.; 
he was descended from the Brownriggsof Yerton, 
in Cumberland, a branch of which settled in 
Ireland. Residence — White W^altham. Jlaiden- 
head. Issue living — 

Gawen Egremont Brownrigg, b. at Tokyo, 15 Jan. 

1911. 

Juliet Teresa. 
Sir Henry Moore Brownrigg, 3rd Bt., r>2nd Regt., 
b. 17 Oct. 1819: m. 12 Feb. 1863, Ada Cicely Georgina 
(d. 17 Feb. 1911), dau. of Sir John Hesketh Letlibridge, 
3rd Bart., and d. 28 Jan. 1900. Issue— 

1. Sir DotTGL.As Egremont Robert Browneigg, 

I)rcs. Bart. 

1. Ada, m. 14 Jan. 1892, Drury Lavin (d. 24 Nov. 
1902), of Heatherden, Bucks, and has issue. Resi- 
dence — The Old House, Sonning. Bucks. 

2. Beatrice Evelyn, m. 18 March, 1885, Charles Evan 
Davies Morgan-Richardson, who d. 27 Sep. 1913, and 
has issue. Residence — Morgeuan, Rhoshill, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

BROXMOUTH, Vise. See Roxbur ;he, Duke 



BRUCE, Earl of, and Baron. See Ailesbury, 
Marq. of. 

1 BRUCE, Baron. See Elgin. Earl of. 

BRUCE, 4th Bt., of Downhill (U.K.). Creat. 
29 June. 1804. — Sir Hervey Juckes Lloyd 
Bruce, s. of 3rd. Bt. B. 6 Oct. 1843; sue. his 
father 1907 ; m. 15 Jan. 1872, Ellen Maud, dau. 
of Percy Ricardo ; ent. the army 1802, became 
lieut. and capt. Colds. Gds., 1870, capt. and lieut.- 
col. 1878 ; D.L., J.P., Londonderry (Sheriff 1903) ; 
J.P., Notts; hon. col. Londonderry Royal Field 
Res. Art. The 1st Bt. was a clergyman, whose 
ancestors had suffered in the royal cause, and 
who was allied to the families of Hervey Earl of 
Bristol, Barnards Bishops of Derry and Limerick, 
Canning, etc. Residences — Downhill, near Coler- 
aine ; ChftonHall, Nottingham. Clubs — Guards' ; 
Turf. Issue — • . 

1. Capt. Hervey Ronald Bruce, Irish Gds., b. 
9, Dec. 1872 : m. 3 Nov. 1903, Ruth Isabel, dau. of 
Houghton Okeover ; served in S. Africa 1899-1902. 

2. Percy Robert Bruce, twin vnth Ills brother, b. 
Dec. 1872 ; Maj. S. Notts Yeo. ; m. 1st, 19 Jan. 1898, 
Aletheia Georgina (d. 14 Nov. 1904), dau. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir R. H. Paget, 1st Bt. ; m. 2nd, 27 Nov. 1909, 
Evelyn, dau. of Maj. Thomas Leith of Petmathen, 
Aberdeen. Lssuc by 1st m. — 

1. Gervase Ronald Bruce, b. 19 Jan. 1909. 

1. Marjory Sheila. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Peter Thomas Bruce, b. 24 Jan. 1911. 

3. William Bruce, late R.N., b. 12 July, 1876 : served 
in S.A., 1899-1902 ; ni. 9 Aug. 1900, Constance, dau. 
of the late Col. Mansergh. 

4. Henry James Bruce, M.V.O. (1907), b. 1 Nov. 1880, 
2nd Sec. in Diplomatic Service. Address — H.B.M. 
Embassy, Petrograd. 

Rt. Hon.' Sm Henry Hervey Bruce, 3rd Bt.. P.C, 
b. 22 Sept. 1820 ; served in 1st Life Gds. ; M.P. for 
Coleraine 1862-74, 1880-85, Lord Lieut, eo. Derrv ; 
m. 12 July, 1842. Marianne Margaret, (d. 28 Julv, 1891), 
dau. of Sir J. G. Juckes Clifton, 8th Bt., of" Clifton, 
Notts, and d. 8 Dec. 1907. Issue— 

1. Sir Hervey Juckes Lloyd Bruce, pres. Bt. 

2. Adm. Sir James Andrews Thomas Bruce, R.N., 
K.C.M.G. {See Knightage). 

BRUCE, 11th Bt., of Stenhouse (Scot.). 
Great. 20 June, 1029. — Sir Michael William 
Selby Bruce, s. of 10th Bt. B. in California, 
27 March, 1894 : ed. at Abingdon; sue. his father 
1912 ; lieut. 8th Batt. Duke of Cambridge's 
Own (Middx. Regt.); now serving with B.S.A. 
police in Rhodesia. The family is descended 
through Robert Bruce. Lord Amiandale, who 
in 1290 was a competitor for the crow^l of Scot- 
land. Residence — Elmside, West Drayton. 
Capt. Sir William Cunningham Bruce, 9th Bt , 
74th Regt., b. 20 Sept. 1825 ; m. 21 Aug. 1850, Charlotte 



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[BRYDGSS 



(d. 16 Oct. 1873), dau. of Hon. Walter O'Grady, and d. 

29 May, 1906. Issue— 

1. Sm William Woller Bruce, 10th Bt., b. 27 
Sept. 1856 ; ni. 12 March, 1892, Axoelica Mary 
(Residcnon — Ehnside, W. Drayton), dau. of thu late 
Gen.Gt-or}j'> S.lliy, K..\., andd. 22Marcli. 1912. Issuo — 

1. Sir Michael William Selby Bruce, pres. Bt. 

2. William Nigel Ernle Bruce, heir pres., b. 
in California, 4 Fi.l). 1895 ; ed. at Abingdon ; joined 
B.A. Co. 1914. Residrace—EImside, W. Drayton. 

1. Grace Katlierine. ) t> -j t- i.i . ^ 

2. Corinna Maria. J Residence-Kenytl), Ascot. 



BRUDENELL, Baron. See Ailesbury-, Maeq. 



BRUNNER, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 27 July, 
1895 ; P.C. 19IIG.— Rt. Hon. Sir John Tom- 
LINSON' Brtjnner, s. of Rev. John Brunner, 
of Zurich, proprietor of Mere Bank School, 
Everton, Liverpool, and Margaret Catherine, dau. 
of Thomas Curphey, of Balldroma, Isle of Man. 
B. 8 Feb. 1842 ; m. 1st, 15 June, 1864, Salome 
(d. 29 Jan. 1874), dau. of James Davies, of Liver- 
pool ; m. 2nd, 1875, Jane (d. 4 April, 1910). dau. 
of Dr. Wyman, of Kettering ; ed. by his father ; 
entered mercantile life at Liverpool 1857 ; in 
1872 established, in partnership with the dis- 
tinguished chemist Ludwig Mond, the alkali 
works at Xortliwich, which became the largest 
hi the world, and is now chairman of the com- 
pany, Brunner, Mond & Co. ; has been a munil'i- 
eent supporter of Cheshire and Liverpool educa- 
tional endowments, and in 1885 presented North - 
wich with a free library at a cost of £7,000 ; M.P. 
Northwich div. of Cheshire (L.) 1885-6, and 
1887-1910, when he retired ; unsuccessfully 
contested the seat 1886 ; member royal canal 
commission 190G : hon. LL.D. Liverpool 1909 ; 
D.L. Lanes. Residences — Silverlancls. Chertsey ; 
9, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. Clubs — Reform ; 
National Liberal. 

Issue living by 1st m. — 

1. John Fowler Leece Bruxxer, b. 24, May, 
1865 ; ni. 17 April, 1894, Lucy Marianne Vaughah, 
dau. of Octavius Vaughan Morgan, M.P., of 13, The 
Boltons, Kensington ; ed. at Cheltenliam and Camb. ; 
M.P. Leigh div. of Lanes 1906-10, and for North- 
wicli div. of Clieshire since 1910. Residences — 43, 
Harrington Gardens, S.W. ; Sandiway House, North- 
wicli. Clubs — Reform ; National Liberal. Issue — 

Felix John Morgan Brunner, b. 13 Oct. 1896. 
Joyce Morgan. 

2. Roscoe Brunner, b. 22 Jan. 1871 ; J.P., C.C, 
Cheshire, Barr.-at-law ; m. 17 Dee. 1893, Ethel, dau. 
of Arthur Houston, LL.D. K.C. Residence — Bel- 
mont Hall, Northwich. Club — Bath. Issue — 

1. Egbert Sidney Houston Brunner, b. 21 May, 1901. 

2. Oswald Patrick O'Brien Brunner, b. 12 Sept. 
1908. 

1. Slielagh Salome Houston. 

1. Grace, ni. 22 April, 1890, Thomas William Buckley, 
M.D., J. P. and has issue. Residence — Clapton Manor, 
Thrapston, Nortliants. 

2. Mabel Alicia, m. 6 Feb. 1894, Henry Parker Lowe, 
B.C.L., Barr.-at-law, and has issue. Residence — 
Haining, Ascot. 

3. Hilda, m. 1st, 28 April, 1897, Charles Harold Broad, 
bent who d. 29 Nov. 1905, of Upton Heyes, Cheshire, 
and lias issue : ni. 2nd, 5 Jan. 1907, Artliur Henry 
Dillon, lieut. Oxfordsliire Yeo. Residence — Barton 
Lodge, Steeple Aston, Oxford. 

Issue by 2nd ni. — 

4. Sybil. 

5. Maud Mary, in. 12 Nov. 1903. Major Guy Gilbey 
Gold, J. P. (Club — Bath), Essex Yeo., and has issue. 
Residence — Becking Place, Braintree. 

6. Ethel Jane, in. 20 Jan. 1903, Hon. James Audley 
Blyth (see Blyth, B). 



BRUNTON, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 17 Julv, 
1908; Knt. Bach. 1900. — Sir (Thomas) Lauder 
Brunton, s. of the late James Brunton, 
of Hiltonshill. Roxburghshire, and Agnes, dau. 
of the late John Stenhouse. b. at Bowden, 
Roxburghshire, 14 March, 1844 ; m. 20 Sept. 
1879, Louisa Jane (d. 10 April, 1909). dau. of 
the late Ven. Edward A. Stopford, LL.D., 



archdeacon of Meath ; ed. privately and at 
Edinburgh L^niv., Vienna. Berlin. Amsterdam, 
and Leipzig ; M.B. (with honours and goli 
medal for Thesis) 1866, B.Sc. (Baxter selolir) 
1867. M.D. 1868, D.Sc. 1870, M.R.C.P. 1870, 
F.R.C.P. 1876. hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1898. 
hon. LL.D. Aberdeen 1889. lion. M.D^ Dub in 
1908; Goulstonian lecturer R.C.P. 1877 ; Grooni- 
ian lecturer 1877 : Harveian orator 1894 ; 
Senior Pres. Royal Medical Society, Edinburgh, 
1866 ; memb. of commn. to examine Pasteur's 
treatment of hydrophobia 1886; of the Hyde •- 
abad commn. on chloroform 1889 ; consulting 
physician to St. Bart.'s Hosp. ; pros. 2ndinternat. 
congress for School Hygiene 1907 ; late lecturer 
on materia medica and therapeutics ; late ex- 
aminer in L'nivs. of London and Edinburgh, 
Oxford and Victoria Univ. ; F.R.S. Residence 
— 1, De Walden Court, 6, New Cavendish 
Street, W. Clubs — Athenajum ; British Empire. 
Issue — 

1. James Stopford Lauper Bruxton', b. in London 
11 Oct. 1884; ed. at Cheltenham and R.M.A., 
Woolwich ; is an engineer. Residence — Montreal, 
Canada. 

2. Edward Henry Pollock Brunton, b. 2 Jan. 1890. 

1. Alice Helen, ni. 20 April, 1908, Augustine Henry, 
M.A., F.L.S., Prof, of Forestry, Dublin. ResidenoJ 
— 5 Sandford Terrace, Ranelagh, Dublin. 

2. Anne Stopford Agnes. 



BRYCE, 1st Vise. Great. 28 Jan. 1914. P.C. 
1892 ; O.M. 1907.— Rt. Hon. James Bry'ce, s. 
of James Bryce, of Glasgow, LL.D., an eminent 
geologist and author of various scientific works, 
by Margaret, dau. of James Young, of Abbey- 
ville, CO. Antrim. B. at Belfast, 10 May, 1838 ; 
m. 23 July, 1889, Elizabeth Marion, dau. of 
Thomas Ashton, of Ford Bank. Manchester ; 
ed. at Glasgow High Sch. and Univ. ancl 
Oxford ; B.A. double first 1862 ; obtained Craven 
and Vinerian scholarships Gaisford and Arnold 
historical prizes, and elected fellow of Oriel, 
called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1867 ; regius 
professor of Civil Law Oxford 1870-93, when he 
resigned ; D.G.L. Oxford and Toronto. LL.D. 
Glasgow. Edinburgh, Aberdeen, St. Andrews, 
Belfast, Columbia. California. Chicago, Harvard, 
Princeton, Yale, McCxill, Jolms Hopkins Univ. 
(Baltimore). Adelaide, Queensland, Buenos Aires, 
Litt. Doc. Cambridge and Victoria ; Doctor of 
Political Science, Buda-Pesth ; Doctor of Law 
Jena and Leipzig ; a Trustee of Nat. Portrait 
Gallery ; hon. fellow of Trinity and Oriel Colls. ; 
contested Wick 1874 ; M.P. Tower Hamlets 
1880-5. and until 1907 for Aberdeen South div. ; 
Parliamentary Sec. to the Foreign Office 1886 ; 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster with a seat 
in the cabinet 1892-4 ; chrmn. of comm. on 
Secondary Edvien. 1894-5 ; Pres. Board of Trade 
1894-5 : '^ Chief Sec. for Ireland 1905-7; am- 
bassador to IT.S.A. 1907-13 ; member comm. of 
council on education in Scotland 1906 ; foreign 
member of the Institute of France, of Roy. 
Acads. of Turin, Stockholm, Naples, and Brussels, 
and of the Roy. Acad, of the Lincei of Rome ; 
memb. of Acad, of Sciences, St. Petersburg ; 
Prussian Order of Merit 1909 ; author of " The 
Holy Roman Empire," " Trans-Caucasia and 
Ararat," " The American Commonwealth." 
" Impressions of Soutli Africa," " Studies in 
History and Jurisprudence," " Studies in Con- 
temporary Biography," and other works ; D.L. 
Aberdeen ; ex-Pres. Alpine Club. Residence 
— Hindleap, Forest Row, Sussex. Clubs — 
Athenaeum ; National Liberal. 



JONES-BRYDGES, Baronetcy. Extinct 1891. 
Great. 9 Oct. 1807. — The L.ate Sir Harford 
James Jones-Bry'dges. 2nd Bt., b. 30 May, 
1808 : m. 10 Oct. 1850, Mary Sarah (Residence — 
Boultilirooke, Presteigne, Radnorshire), dau. of 
Gapt. John Moberly, R.N., and d. 1891. 



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BUCCLEUCH and QUEENSBERRY, 7th Duke 

of Buccleuch. Crcat. 20 April, 1663: Dake of 
Queensberry, .Maifi. of Diunfriesshiip, Earl of 
Drumlanrig and Sanquliar, 1684 : Earl of Buc- 
cleuch, 16 March, 1619; Earl of Dalkeith, 
1663 ; Vise, of Nith. Tortliorwold. and Ross. 
Baron Douglas. 1684: Baron Scott of Buc- 
cleuch 18 March, 16(»6 : Baron Scott of Whit- 
chester and Eskdaill. 1619 (all Scot.): Earl of 
Doneaster and Baron Tynedale. 14 Feb. 1662 
(Eng.). by wliich last two titles he holds his 
seat in the House of Lords.— John Charles 
]\ToNTAOU-Dou(;i,AS-ScoTT. s. of 6th duke. B. 
30 March. 1864; sue. his father 1914; m. 30 Jan. 
1893, Lady Margaret Alice, dau. of the 4th Earl 
of Bradford ; ed] at Oxford; M.P. Roxburghshire 
1895-1906; formerly heut. R.N. : D.L., J.P., 
Midlothian, Dumfrie's, and Roxburghshire ; late 
capt. comnidt. Border Mounted R.V.: ensign 
Royal Company of Archers; D.L. and Vice-It. co. 
Selkirk; vice-chrmn. Selkirk Terr. Force Assocn. ; 
niemb. Board of Agri. advisory council on horse- 
breeding, since 1911. This family traces its de- 
scent tlirough a long line of distinguished chieftains 
and powerful nobles, from Sir Richard le Scot of 
the reign of Alexander III of Scotland, who, as a 
feudal lord, swore fealty to Edw. I, anno 1296 : 
among their ancestry is Sir Walter Scott, of 
Branxholme and Buccleuch, on whose deeds the 
" Lay of the Last Minstrel " is founded. But in 
the male line the duke represents James, Duke of 
Monmouth (the illegitimate son of Charles II by 
Lucy Walters), who, marrying Anne, Countess 
and Duchess of Buccleuch in her own right, be- 
came the paternal ancestor of the present peer. 
Residences — Montagu House, Whitehall, S.W. ; 
Boughton House, Kettering, Northamptonshire ; 
Bowhill, Selkirkshire ; Dalkeith House, Dalkeith, 
N.B. ; Langholme Lodge and Drumlanrig Castle, 
Dumfriesshire. Clubs — Carlton ; Marlborough ; 
Naval and Military; Travellers; New (Edin. ). 
Issue — 

1. Walter John Scott, Earl of Dalkeith, b. 30 
Bee. 1894; vd. at Oxtord. 

2. Lord Willi;im Walter Scott, b. 17 Jan. 1896. 

3. Lord Georgi- Francis John Scott, (King George 
and Queen Mary, sponsors), b. 8 July, 1911. 

1. Lady Marfraret Ida. 

2. Lady Syliil Anne. 

3. Lady Alice Christabel. 

4. Lady Mary Tlieresa. 

5. Lady Angela Christine Rose. 

The Right Hon. William Henry Walter Montague- 
Douglas-Scott, K.G., K.T., 0th Duke of Buccleuch, b. 
9 Sept. 1831; ni. 22 Nov. 1859, Ladv Louisa Jane 
Hamilton (d. 17 March, 1912), V.A.. mistress of the 
robes to Queen Victoria 1885-92, and 1895-1901. and 
to Queen Alexandra 1901-12, dau. of James, 1st Duke 
of Abercorn; and d. 5 Nov. 1914. Issue — 

1. John Charles montague-Douglas-Scott, prcs. 
Duke. 

2. Lieut. -Col. Lord George Willam Scott, Lothian and 
Border Horse, late 10th Hussars, b. 31 Aug. 1866 ; 
served in S.A. 1899-1900 ; m. 30 April, 1903, 
Lady Elizabeth Emily Manners, dau. of John, 7th 
Duke of Rutland. Residence — Kirklands, Ancrum, 
N.B. Issue— 

1. John Henry Scott, b. 12 April, 1911. 

1. Phvllis Anne. 

2. Jeanetta Ruth. ) 

3. Marjorie Katharine, 

3. Col. Lord Henry Francis Scott, b.15 Jan. 1868 : J. P., 
Dumfries, Roxburgh ; M.A., Oxford ; Hon. Col. 3rd 
Batt. the Roy. Scots; served in S.A. 1900-2; 
coninidg. 1st Pub. Sch. Batt. Roy. Fus. (City of Lou- 
<lon) Regt. Clubs — Travellers' ; 'White's. 

4. Capt. Lord Herbert Andrew Scott, reserve, late 
Irish Guards, b. 30 Nov. 1872 ; It.-col. 23rd Batt. 
London Regt.. served in S.A., Kt. of Grace of St. 
John of Jerusalem ; m. 26 April, 1905, Marie Josephine, 
dau. of the late James Edwards. Residenci — Bridge- 
fort, S. Milnnis, Barnet. Clubs — Guards' ; Carlton ; 
Wliite's. Issue — 

1. Claud Askew Scott, b. 13 July, 1906. 

1, Marian Louisa. 

2. Patricia Katliarine. 

5. Capt. Lord Francis George Scott. Gren. Guards, 
b. 1 Nov. 1879 ; A.D.C. to Viceroy of India 1905-11, 
served in S.A., 1900-02. Club— Guards'. ^ 



- twins. 



1. Lady Katharine Mary, m, 29 April, 1899, Thomas, 
3rd Vise. Hampden. 

2. Lady Constance Anne, m. 21 Jan. 1908, Hon. 
Douglas Halyburton Cairns (sec Cairns, Earl). 

Walter Francis Scott, 5th Duke of Buccieuch,K.G., 
P.C, b. 25 Nov. 1806 ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, Lord- 
Lieut. Midlotliian and Roxburgli ; m. 13 Aug. 1829, Lady 
Charlotte Anne Thynnc, V.A. (d. 28 March, 1895), dau. 
of Tliomas, 2nd Marq. of Bath, and d. 16 April, 1884. 
Issue — 

1. William Henry Walter Scott, prcs. Duke. 

2. Lord Henry John Montagu Douglas Scot (see 
Montagu of Beaulieu, Baron). 

3. The late Capt. Lord Walter Charles Scott, 15th 
Hussars, b. 2 March, 1834 ; m. 7 Oct. 1858, Anna Maria 
(d. 29 May, 1886) , dau. of Sir W. E. Cradock Hartopp, 
3rd Bart., and d. 3 March, 1895. Issue — 

1. Capt. Francis Walter Scott, late Worcs. Regt., 
and 52nd L.I., b. 5 March 1860 ; m. 16 April, 1896, 
Katherine Charlotte, dau. of the late Melville Portal, 
of Laverstoke, Hants ; Residence — Geddington 
Priory, Kettering. Club — Naval and Military. 

2. Charles Henry Scott, b. 16 June, 1862. Club- 
Arthur's. 

3. Walter George Leon Scott, b. 12 Oct. 1870 : 2n(l 
lieut. Lovat's Scouts, late 4th Batt. Oxfordshire L.I. ; 
m. 31 May, 1897, Alison Primrose Ralouka, dau. of 
Col. Warner Heriot, of Spital House, Berwickshire. 
Residence — Denford Ash, Thrapston, Northants. 
Club — Artliur's. 

1. Evelyn Mary, in. 16 Nov. 1898, Rev. T. L. Coul- 
son Bridges, rector of Barton Seagrave, Northants, 
and has issue. 

4. The late Adm. Lord Charles Thomas Scott, R.N., 
G.C.B. (see Knightage). 

1. Lady Victoria Alexan(h-ina. in. 1st, 23 Feb. 1865, 
Schomberg, 9th Marq. of Lothian. K.T. ; m. 2nd, 21 
Feb. 1903, Bertram Clietwynd Talbot. Residence — 
Monteviet, Ancrum, Roxburghshire. 

2. Lady Margaret Elizabeth, m. 9 Dec. 1875, Donald 
Cameron, of Lochiel, who d. 30 Nov. 1905, a;rl has 
issue. Residences — 51 Montagu Square, W.; and 
Achnacarry, Speaii Bridge, N.B. 



BUCHAN, 14th Earl of. Creat. 1469; Lord 
Auchterhouse 14()9 ; Baron Cardross 1606 (Scot.). 
— Gordon Stuart Erskine, a. of 13th Earl. 
B. 27 Feb. 1850 : m. 9 Nov. 1876, Rosalie 
Louisa, dau. of Capt. Jules A. Sartoris, of Hops- 
ford Hall, Coventry : sue. his father 1898; late 
lieut. 3rd Batt. Arygll and Sutherland Highlrs. 
(M. ). The earldom of Buchan is of great anticjuity, 
and its several possessors have eminently distin- 
guished themselves by their military exploits ; 
it first entered the Erskine family when the Coun- 
tess of Buchan m. James Erskine, s. of the Earl of 
Mar, and one of the lords of the bedchamber to 
Charles I. Residences — Kirkliill, co. Linlithgow; 
6, Aldford Street. Park Lane. W. Clubs — 
Carlton; Turf. Issue — 

1. Ronald Douglas Stuart Mar Erskine, Lord 
Cardross, Heir, b. 6 April, 1878 ; 2nd lieut. E.R. of 
Yorks Yeo. since 1911 '. late lieut. Scots Gds. ; formerly 
lieut. 3rd Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlrs. (M.) ; 
served in S. African War. Residences — 6, Aldford 
Street, Park Lane ; Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1. Hon. Muriel Agnes Stuart, m. 7 Jan. 1903, Maj. 
Hon. Charles Heathcote-Drumniond-Willoughby (see 
Ancaster, E.). 

2. Hon. Evelyn Hilda Stuart, m. 24 June, 1903, Hon. 
Walter Guinness, M.P. (see IVE.4.GH, Vise.). 

David Stuart Erskine, 13th Earl op Buchan, b. 
8 Nov. 1815 ; m. 27 April. 1849, Agnes Graham (d. 2 Sept. 
1875), dau. of James Smith, of Craigend, Stirling. 
Issue — 

1. Shipley Gordon Stuart Erskine, pres. Earl. 

2. Capt. Hon, Albany Mar Stuart Erskine. late 3rd 
Batt. West Riding Regt. ; li. 24 Feb. 1852 ; m. 2 Sept. 
1909, Ehzabeth Kate, dau. of the late George Samuel 
Craddock, of Melbourne. Residence — Gollywogs, 
Mortimer, Berks. Issue — 

Rose Agnes Jessie. 



BUCHANAN, Marq. of. See Montrose, Duke 

OF. 

BUCHANAN, 3rd Bt.. of Dunburgh (U.K.). 
Creat. 14 Dec. 1878. — Sir Eric A-lexander 
Buchan.an, s. of 1st Bt. B. iO Aug. 1848; 
m. 27 June, 1898. Constance Augusta, dau. of 
Charles Edmund Tennant, commander K.N., of 



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Needwood House, Burton-ou-Trent ; sue. his bro. 
1901. The 1st Bt. was for many years in 
the diploinatie service. Residence — Risehohne 
Grange, Lincoln. Seat — Craigend Castle, 

Milngavie, Glasgow. Club — Cavendish. Issue — 

1. Charles James Buchanan, Heir, b. 16 April, 1899 ; 

sub.-Iieut, R.N.R. 

1. Mary Constance Victoria. 
The Et. Hon. Sir Andrew Buchanan, 1st Bt., 
G.C.B., b. 7 May, 1807; m. 1st, 4 April, 1839, Frances 
Katherinc (d. 1 Dec. 1854), dau. of Very Kcv. Edward 
Millish, Dean of Hereford; m. 2nd, 27 May, 1857, Hon. 
Oeorgina Elizabutb Stuart(d. 21 March, 1904), dau. of 11th 
Baron Blantyrc. and d. 13 Nov. 1882. Issue by 1st ni. — 

1. Sir J.uiEs Buchanan, 2nd Bt., b. 7 Aug. 1840; 
Commr. B.N., D.L.,J.P. ; m. 19 Feb. 1873, Arabella 
Catherine (Residence — Court House, Malvern), dau. 
of tlie late Cliarles Colquitli Craven, of Brockhanipton 
Park, Gloucester, and. d 16 Oct. 1901. 

2. Sir Eric Alexander Buchanan, pres. Bt. 

3. Andrew Archibald Buchauan, b. 16 .Ian. 1850 ; 
m. 10 Jan. 1882, Ellen Maria, dau. of PWllip Edward 
Blakeway. Issue — 

Andrew Sinclair Buchanan, b. 1882; lieut. 4tli Batt. 
Laneasliire Fus. CKib — Bath. 

4. TlieRt.Hon.lSir George William Bucliauan, G.C.M.G. 
{see Knightage). 

1 . Louisa, m. 23 Aug. 1871, Sir George Francis Bonham, 
2nd Bt. 

2. Janet Sinclair. Residence — Shefford, Bedfordshire. 

LEITH - BUCHANAN, 5th Bt., of Burgh 
St. Peter (G.B.). Great. 21 Nov. 1775.— Sir 
Alexander Wellesley George Thomas Leith- 
BucHANAN. s. of 4th Bt. B. 5 Doc. 1800 ; 
m. 19 Jan. 1888, Maude Mary, dau. of the late 
Alexander Grant, of Glasgow ; sue. his father 
1903 : It. -col. 9th Batt. Argyll and Sutli. Highlrs. 
(T.F.), smce 1911, late Capt. 1st Dunibartonsliire 
V.R.C. ; J.P., D.L., and memb. Dumbarton Terr. 
Force Assocn. He is descended from William 
Leith, who was provost of Aberdeen in 1350. 
The 2nd Bt., Sir George, was a Maj.-Gen. 
in the army, and distinguished himself con- 
siderably in India. The 4th Bt. assumed the 
additional surname of Buchanan, 1877. Resi- 
dence — Ross Priory, Dumbartonshire. Issue — 

1. George Hector Macdonald Leith-Buchanan, 
HEIR, b. 30 Jan. 1889. 

2. Alexander Wellcslev Grant Leith-Buchanan, b. 29 
April, 1890. 

Capt. Sir George Hector Leith-Buchanan, 4th 
Bt., b. 10 Aug. 1833 : B.L., J.P., Dumbarton, 17th 
Dragoons, m. 1st, 1 March, 1856, Ella Maria (d. 10 Feb. 
1857), dau. of David Chapman ; m. 2ud, 24 April, 1861, 
Eliza Caroline (d. 1 May, 1899), dau. of Thomas Todd, 
and d. 29 Sept. 1903. Issue, — 

1. SIR Alexander Wellesley George Thomas 
Leith-Buchanan, pres. Bt. 

2. George Hector Leith-Buchanan, b. 25 Jan. 1871 ; 
m. 22 Sept. 1904, Matilda Mary Charlotte (d. 8 
Feb. 1908), dau. of Isadore McWilUam Bourke, of 
Rahasane, co. Galway. Residence— Yukon Territory, 
Canada. 

3. James Macdonald Buchanan Leith-Buchanan, b. 
11 Nov. 1872 ; served in S.A. War 1901-2 (medal, 5 
clasps) ; m. 23 Aug. 1905, Katie Isabel, dau. of George 
Porter, of Melbourne. Residence — Drumduan, Aul- 
dearn, Nairn. Issue — 

1. John Wellesley MacDonald Leith-Buchanan, b. 

22 May, 1908. 

1. Jean Isabel Barbara. 

4. Charles John Leith Leith-Buchanan, b. 21 June, 
1875 ; ni. 25 Feb. 1905, Marv Eleanor, dau. of William 
Farmer, of Ancaster, Ontario. Residence— Deer- 
spring, Ancaster, Ontario. Issue — 

1. George William Hector Leitli-Buchanan, b. 1 
Nov. 1905. 

2. Thomas Wellesley MacDonald Leith-Buchanan, 
b. 11 May, 1907. 

1. Mary Elizabeth Warberton. 

5. Thomas Tod Leith-Buchanan, b. 6 Dec. 1877 ; 
Residence — Terminal City Club, Vancouver. 

1 . CaroUne Elizabeth, m. 16 April, 1885, John Gilbraith 
Horn, and has issue. 

2. Margaret Georgina Jimima, m. 27 April, 1897, 
AVilliam MacNish Porter, and has issue. Residence — 
Fairlawn, Northam, Herts. 

3. Kathleen Nora, m. 1st, 5 July, 1904, Capt. Jame 
Marshall McLaren, Gordon Highlrs., who d. 24 Dec. 
1910; m. 2nd, 8 June, 1912, Capt. Gustavus Henry 
Spencer Fowke, Gordon Highlrs. 

4. Jimima Jean. Residence — East Liss, Hants. 



BUCHANAN, Privy Counsellor.— Rt. Hon. Sir 
George William Buchanan, G.C.M.G. (.S'ee 
Knightage). 

BUCKHURST, Baron. See De La Warr, 

Earl of. 



BUCKINGHAM, 1st Bishop Suffragan of. 

A]jptd. 1913. — Rt. Rev. Edward Domett 
Shaw, D.D., s. of late Rev. I^dward F. Shaw, 
rector of Pitclicott. Bucks. B. 5 Oct. 1860 ; 
m. 28 July, 1891, Agnes, dau. of Alfred 
Gilljey, of Wooburn House, Buclis ; ed. at 
Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1887 ; ordained deacon 
1889, and priest 1890 ; headmaster of Bishop's 
Stortford School 1887-94 ; vie. of High Wy- 
combe 1895-1910; rural dean 1901-10; arch- 
deacon of Buckingham since 1910, and bishop 
since 1913. Residence — Reynold's Road, Bea- 
consfield. 

BUCKINGHAM AND CHANDOS, Dukedom of. 

(Extmct 20 March, 1889). Creat. 4 Feb. 1822. — 
The late Richard Plantagenet Campbell 
Temple-Nugent- Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, 
3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, P.C, 
G.CS.L. C.LE.,D.C.L., h. 10 Dec. 1823; m. 1st, 
1 Oct. 1851, Caroline (d. 27 Feb. 1874), dau. of 
Robert Harvey, of Langley Park, Bucks ; m. 2nd, 
17 Feb. 1885, Alice Anne, Lady of Justice of 
tlie Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Residences — 
8, Hyde Park Gardens, W. ; St. Mary's. Arthur 
Road, Wimbledon; Duncraig Castle. Plockton, 
Rosshire), dau. of Sir Graham Montgomerie, 3rd 
Bart, (she m. 2nd, 8 Aug. 1894, Wilbraham, 1st 
Earl Egerton of Tatton, who d. 16 March, 1909, 
and retains by courtesy the title of Duchess of 
Buckingham and Chandos), and d. 26 March, 1889, 
when the dukedom became extinct, the earldom 
of Temple passing to his nephew, and the barony 
of Kinloss to his dau. (see these titles). Issue 
by 1st m. — 

1. Mary, Baroness Kinloss. 

2. Lady Caroline Jemima Elizabeth. Residence — 
Grenville, Godalming. 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, 7th Earl of. Croat. 5 
Sept. 1746: Baron Hobart. 28 May. 1728 (G.B.) ; 
Bart. 22 May, 1011. — Sidney Carr Hobart- 
Hampden-Mercer-Henderson, s. of the late 
Baron Hobart. B. 14 March, 1860; m. 13 June, 
1888, Georgiana Wilhelmina, dau. of Hon. H. 
A. D. Haldane Duncan Mercer-Henderson, s. of 
1st Earl of Camperdowu ; sue. his grandfather 
1885 : ed. at Camb. ; lord-in-waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1895 (assumed names of Mercer-Hender- 
son in addition by Royal licence 1903) ; D.L., 
Bucks ; CO. council repres. memb. Bucks Terr. 
Force Assocn. Tlie 6th Earl assumed by Royal 
licence, 1878, the additional surname of Hamp- 
den. This is the senior branch of the ancient 
Norfolk family of Hobart of Blickling. Resi- 
dences — Hampden House, Great Missenden, 
Bucks ; Fordell, Inverkeithing, Fife. Club — 
Brooksls. Issue — 

1. John Hampden, Lord Hobart, Heir, b. 1906. 

1. Lady Dorothy Edith Isabel, m. 6 July, 1911, Hon. 
Claude Hope Morley (see Hollenden, Baron). 

2. Lady Sidney Mary Catherine Anne. 

Rev. Augustus Edward Hobart-Hampden. 6th Earl 
OF Buckinghamshire, b. 1 Nov. 1793 ; m. 1st, 12 Sept. 
1816, Mary (d. 25 Jan. 1825), dau. of John Williams, 
King's Sergeant ; m. 2nd, 15 Aug. 1826, Maria Isabella 
(d.20 Marcli, 1873),dau.of Rev. Godfrey Egremont. and 
d. 29 Oct. 1885. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. The late Vere Henry Hobart-Hampden, Baron 
Hobart, b. 8 Dec. 1818 ; Governor of Madras ; m. 
4 Aug. 1853, M.\RY Catherine, C. I. (d. 24 Oct. 1914), 
dau. of Rt. Rev. Thomas Carr, Bishop of Bombay 
(shem. 2nd, 2 Sept. 1879. Charles Coates, F.E.C.P., 
who d. 23 March, 19091, a-ii d. 27 April, 1875. 

2. The late Fredekick John Hobart-Hampden, 
Baron Hob.uit, b. 6Maich, 1821 ; m. 27 March. 1856, 
Catherine (d. 2 Oct. 1886), dau. of Rt. Rev. Thomas 
Carr, Bishop of Bombny, and d. 24 July, 1875. Issue — ■ 



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1. SIDNEY CARR HOBART-HAMPDE.V-MERCER- 

HESPEUSON. pivs. Earl. 

" Ladv Alliiiiia Fn-denca (prccedeuce, 188b), m. 
^'auc I'tUO Rev. Stewart Alexander Donaldson, 
Master of Magdalen Coll., Camb., and has issue 

3 Ladylsobel Augusta (precedeuce, 188b), m. lU 
Nov 1886 Mortimer Margesson, and lias i^sue. 
Residence— Barnet Green House, Worcest^er. 

4 Lady Henrietta Verc (precedeuce, Iftsb) . m. 17 
July, 1889, James Ford Hughes. Residence— 4, 
Chcvne Gardens, S.W. tt i _* 

■A The late Adin. Hon. Augustus Charles Hobart- 
Hampden. b. 1 April, 18-22, was in tlie service of 
Ottoman Government ; m. 1st, 1848, Mary Anno (d 
1-3 April, 1877). dau. of Colquhoun Grant ; m. 2nd, 5 
May, 1879, Edith Katherine, dau. of Herbert Hore, 
of Pole Hore., CO. Wexford, and d. 19 June, 1886. 

4 The late Capt. Hon. Charles Edward Hobart- 
Hampden, Bombay Army, b. 6 Jan. 182o ; m. 1st, 
Dec 185:5, Catherine (d. 22 Feb. 18.59), dau. of Dr. 
A Cooke; m. 2nd, 6 Aug. 1863, Lucy Pauline (d. 
2.') July, 1913), dau. of John Wright, and d. 2o Sept. 
1913 Issue — 

1 Artlmr Ernest Hohart-Hampden, b. 20 June 
1864 • m. 26 July, 1892, Henrietta Louisa, dau. ot 
Rev Thomas Ormc Fetherstonhaush. Residence — 
Foxhunt (Jreen House. WaUlron. Sussex. Issue— 

i Arthur Edward Orme Hobart- Hampden, b. 

8. Nov. 1893. ^^ , , 

2 Vere Frederick Cecil Hobart-Hampden, b. 

17 May, 1901. 

1. Aileen Mary Lorna. 

2. Lucy Sybil. 
Issue by 2nd m. — „ , ,. tt j , 

5 The late Hon. George, Augustus Hobart-Hampden, 
b 2 June, 1827; Bombay C.S.; m. 9 June, 18o/, 
Jane (d. 24 Dec. 1874) ,dau. of Sir John Wither Audrey, 
and d. 8 Dec. 1899. Issue— , o^ iir i 

1. Awdry George Hobart-Hampden, b. 29 March, 
1858 ■ late India Forest Service ; m. 18 Feb. 1893, 
Elsie ' dau. of Col. Duncan Pitcher, Indian Army. 
Residence— Ferns, Hampden, Great Missenden, 
Bucks. Issue — 

1 George Miles Awdry Hobart-Hampden, b. 
29 June, 1897 ; 2nd lieut. Oxford and Bucks L.I. 
1. Alison Elizabeth. 

" Rev. Alfred Bertie Hobart-Hampden, b. 9 July, 
1860 -MA. Oxford ; in. Constance, dau. of Sir Henry j 
Vavasour, 3rd Bt. Residence— Cottered Rectory, 
Buntingford, Herts. , ,^ -^^ I 

3 Eniest Miles Hobart-Hampden, C.M.G.,b. 11 Nov. \ 
1864 ; B.A. Oxford; Japanese Sec. at British Em- ( 
bassy, Tokio; m. 20 Nov. 1901, Mario Helene, 
dau. of Rev. Louis Langel. Issue — 

1. Cyril Langel Hobart-Hampden, b. 31 Oct. 

1902. 

2 Harold Baldwin Hobart-Hampden, b. 13 
May, 1905. 

1. Sarah Maria. Residene.; — S, Strathmore Gar- 
dens, Kensington, W. 

2. Frances Jane, m. 30 Sept. 1898, Maj. John Henry 
Keith Stewart, Indian Army, and has issue. 

3. Edith Augusta. Residence — 

,- The late Rev. the Hon. William Arthur Hobart- 
liampden,b. 11 Oct. 1828 ; m. 1 June, 1856, Marianne 
(d. 1 March, 1892), dau. of Richard Kennet-Dawson, and 
d. 7 Sept. 1874. Issue- 
Rev. Arthur Kcnnet Hobart-Hampden, b. 28 Nov. 
1858 ; B.A. Oxford; m. 1 Jan. 1907, Isabel Therese, 
dau. of Rev. Canon Henry Blagden, of Pcverel 
Court, Aylesbury. Residence — St. Anne's Vicar- 
age, Bowilen Hill, Chippenham. 
7. Maj. Hon. Horace Miles Hobart-Hampden, late 
103rd Regt,, b. 5 Nov. 1835; m. lst,'14 Sept. 1864, 
Gertrude (d. 26 May, 1875), dau. of George Bawtrec*; 
;i.. 2nd, 4 Nov. 1880, Isabella , dau. of Robert Drewitt, 
M.D. Residence — Chalgrove, Cheriton Road, W. 
Folkestone. Club — Constitutional. Issue — 
Isabella Gertrude. 

1. Lady Charlotte Augusta. Residence — Hampden 
Lodge, Sidmouth. 

2. Lady Louisa Selina. Residence — Hampden Lodge, 
Sidmouth. 
3. 'Lady Eleanor Agnes. Residence — 



Edmund M.^urice Buckley, Heir, b. 1 Dec. 1886. 
Sir Edward Buckley, 1st Bt., b. 16 April, 1834; 
m 1st 14 March, 1860, Sarah (d. 21 April, 1863), dau. of 
William Rees ; in. 2nd, 30 Dec. 1885, Sara Mysie (Resi- 
(l,,„p, — The Plas, Dinas Mawddwy, Merionethshire), 
widow of Jackson Burton, of Chicago, and d. 21 March, 
1910. Issue — 

1 Sir Edmund Buckley, prcs. Bt. 

1. Sybil. 



BUCKLEY, 2nd Bt., o! Mawddwy (U.K.). 
Crtat. 11 Dec. 1808. — Sir Edmund Buckley' 
s. of 1st Bt. B. 7 ]May. 18(il ; m. ii July 
18S5, Harriett Olivia Louisa, dau. of the late 
Rev. Maurice Lloyd, Rector of Montgomery ; 
sue. his father 1910 ; J. P. cos. Merioneth and 
Montgomery. Seats — Plas Dinas, Mawddwy, 
Merionethshire. Club — New Oxford and Cam- 
bridge. Issue — 



BUCKLEY, Privy Counsellor. — Rt. Hon. Sir 
Henry Burton Buckley-, Knt. Bach, {see 
Knightage). 

BUCKNILL, Privy Counsellor, Rt. Hon. Sir 

Thomas Townsenu Bucknill, Knt. Bach, {see 
Knightage). 

WILLIAMS -BULKELEY, 12th Bt. (E.), 

Great. 17 June, 1601. — Sir Richard Henby' 
Williams-Bulkeley. s. of lltli Bt. B. in 
Eaton Scfuare, 4 Dec. 1802 ; m. 10 Dec. 1885, 
Lady Magdalen Yorke, dau. of Charles, 5th Earl 
of Hardwicke ; sue. his father 1884; lord -It. 
Anglesey, chrmn. Quarter Sessions since 1889, 
liigh slieriff 1887 ; mayor of Beaumaris 1885-6-7, 
18^89-90, and 1892-3 : late lieut. -col. con^dg. 
and now hon. col. Royal Anglesey Enginrs. 
(M.) ; late It. comdg. R.N.A.V., Liverpool Brig. ; 
hon. It. -col. in the Army, and hon. capt. R.N.R. ; 
late commdr. R.N.V.R. in command of the 
Mersey div. since Nov. 1910 ; pres. Anglesey 
Terr. Force Assocn. ; patron of 4 livings. The 
10th Bt., who was the eldest s. of Sir Robert 
Williams, 9tli Bt., and wlio assumed the narne 
of Bulkeley, was M.P. successively for Beaumaris. 
Anglesea, and Flint, during a period of nearly 40- 
years. Residences — Baron Hill, Beaumaris : 20, 
Portland Place, W. Clubs — Carlton ; Mail- 
borougli ; Travellers' ; Turf. Issue — 

1 Rich.vrd Gerard Wellesley Williams-Bul- 
keley, Heir, b. 21 July, 1887 ; m. 27 Aug. 1909, Vic- 
toria Alexa.ndrina Stella, o. dau. of Col. the Hon. 
Sir Henry Chas. Legge, K.C.V.O. ; late lieut. Gren. 
Gds. Residences — Pen-y-Parc, Beaumaris. Issue — 

Richard Harry David Williams-Bulkeley, b. 5- 

Oct. 1911. 

Victoria Sylvia Jane. 

1. Cieneris Alma Windham, m. 12 June, 1913, Sir 
Harry Stapleton Mainwaring, 5th Bt. 

2. Eira Helen. 

3. Siriol Penelope Diana Katherine. 
CvPT Sir Richard Lewis Mostyn Williams-Bulkeley, 
llTH Bt.. Roy. Horse Gds. b. 20 May, 1833 : ni. 1st, 
18 May, 1S57, Mary Emily (marr. diss. Nov. 1864), 
dau of Heiirv Lingliam Baring; m. 2nd , 12 Aug. 1866, 
Margaret Elizal)eth (d. 10 Aug. 1909), dau. of Col. Thomas 
Peers Williams, of Temple House, Berks, and d. 28 
Jan. 1884. Issue by 1st m. — 

Sir Rich.\rd Henry Williams Bulkeley, pres. 

Bt. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

Bridget Henrietta Francis, m. 8 Dee. 1902, Benjamui 

Seymour Guiness, and has issue. 

MANNINGHAM-BULLER, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). 
Creat. 2(» Jan. 1800. — Sir IMervy'n Ed\vabi> 
M'VNNiNGHAM-BuLLEB. s. of :Maj.-Gen. Edmund 
Manningham-Buller. B. 16 Jan. 1876 : m. 8 
July, 1903, Hon. Lilah Constance Cavendish, dau. 
of 3rd Baron Chesham ; ed. at Eton and R.M.C.. 
Sandhurst : temp. It.-col. 12th Batt. Rifle 
Brig. : late Capt. 4th Batt. Rifle Brig. ; un- 
successfully contested Heywood div. of Lanes 
1910 ; sue. his uncle, 1910. The 1st Bt. as- 
sumed by Royal licence in 1800 the additional 
surname ' of Manningham. Residence — Broom- 
hill, Spratton, Northampton. Clubs -— Marl- 
borough ; Brooks's ; Naval and Military . 
Issue — 

1. Regin.\ld Edward Manningham-Buller, Heir, 

b. 1 Aug. 1905. 

1. Evelyn Constance. 

2. Myra. 

3. Helen Marjorie. 
Sir Edward Manningh.«i-Buller, 1st Bt., 3rrt 
s of Sir Francis Yarde-Buller, Bt., and bro. of John^ 



115 



PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUXSELLORS 



[BURDETT 



1st Baron Churston, b. 19 July, 1800 ; in. 1st. 12 Aug. 
1824, Mary Ann..- (d. 2U June, 1860) , dau. and heiress of 
Maj.-Gen. Coote Manningham ; in. 2nd, 2 Juno, 1863, 
€eorgina Charlotte (d. 7 Dec. 1875), dau. and heiress of 
Adin. Sir Cliarles Edmund Nugent, and d. 22 Sept. 
1882. Issue by l.st m.— 

1. Sir Moeton Edward Manxingham-Buller, 2nd 
Bt., b. 31 May, 1825 ; B.A. 0.\ford, D.L., J.P., 
Stafford ; m. 12 Feb. 1863, Mary, (Residence— Sutton 
Rock, Chesterfield), dau. of William Davcnnort, of 
Maer Hall, Stafford, and d. 27 April, 1910. 'issu' — 

1. Evelyn Mary, m. 22 April, 1891, Sir William 
Henry Pielden, 4th Bt., and has issue. Residence 
— Dilhorne Hall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. 

2. Adelaide Marianne, m. 4 April, 1894, John Mount- 
ford Wood, of Longlands, Holkham. 

3. Lilian, m. 8 Aug. 1894, Charles Edward Stuart 
Cockburn, and has issue. Residence — Sutton Rock, 
Chesterfield. 

2. The late Maj.-Gen. Edmund Manningham-Buller, 
Rifle Brig., b. 11 June, 1828 ; m. 16 Jan. 1874. Ladv 
Anne Coke (d. 23 Jan. 1876), dau. of Thomas. 2nd Earl 
■of Leicester, K.G.,and d. 14 Feb. 1897. Issue — 

1. Sir Mervyn Edward Manningham-Buller, 
pres. Bt. 

1. Julia, m. 4 July, 1894, Herbert Francis Smith, 
and has issue. Residence — Oidlington Hall, Norfolk. 



BUNBURY, 10th Bt., of Stawney (E.). 

Creat. 29 June, 1861. — Sir Henby Charles 
John Bunbitry. s. of Col. Henry William St. 
Pierre Bunburv. C.B., 3rd .s. of the 7th Bt. 
B. 9 Jan. 1855; m. 11 March, 1884. Laura, dau. of 
Gen. Thomas Wood, M.P., of Littleton. Middle- 
sex ; sue. his uncle 1895 ; formerly in R.X. ; 
D.L. Suffolk (high sheriff 1908). Residences — 
Barton Hall, Bury St. Edmund's ; Manor House, 
Mildenhall. Club — Orleans. Issue — 

1. Charles Henry Napier Bunbury, Heir, b. 19 
Jan. 1886 ; m. 12 Aug. 1914, Katherine, dau. of tlie 
lat« Herbert Reid. 

2. Henrv William Bunbury, b. 1889 ; 2nd lieut. 3rd 
Baft. Suffolk Rpgt. 

1. Laura Constance Elinor, m. 6 Dec. 1913, Hugh 
Robert Marsham Townshend (See Romney, Earl of). 

Lt.-Gen. Sir Henry Edward Bunbury. 7th Bt., 
K.C.B., b. 4 May, 1778; m. 1st, 4 April, 1807, Louisa 
Emilia (d. Sept. 1828), dau. of Gen. Hon. Henry Edward 
Fox ; m. 2nd, 22 Sept. 1830, Emily Louisa Augusta 
(d. 18 March, 1863), dau. of Col. Hon. George Napier, and 
d. 13 April, 1860. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Sir Charles James Fox Bunbury, 8th Bt., 
b. 4 Feb. 1809 ; m. 31 May, 1844, Prances Joanna 
(d. 21 July, 1894). dau. of Leonard Horner, F.R.S., and 
d. 18 June, 1886. 

2. Sm Edward Herbert Bunbury, 9th Bt., b. 
8 July, 1811 ; d. 5 March, 1895. 

3. The late Col. Henry William St. Pierre Bunbury, 
C.B., b. 2 Sept. 1812 ; m. 30 Nov. 1852, Cecilia, dau. 
of Lt.-Gen. Sir George Napier, K.C.B. and d. IS 
Sept. 1875. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry Charles John Bunbury, pres. Bt. 

2. George Edward Bunbury, b. 17 Oct. 1856 ; m. ; 
30 Oct. 1884, Beatrice Dora, dau. of Thomas Cottle, ' 
of Altadore, Woodstock, Ontario. Residence — 
20, Denbigh Place, Wanvick Square, S.W. Issue — 

Noreen Winifred Cecilia Napier. 

3. Maj. William St. Pierre Bunbury, late R.A., 
b. 17 Jan. 1859: m. 13 April, 1882, Lilian, dau. of 
Lt.-Gen. Hon. Sir Henry Ramsay, K.C.S.I. Issue— j 

1. Capt. Gerald Bruce St. Pierre Bunbury, Indian i 
Army, b. 21 March, 1883 ; m.lO Aug. 1909, Frances j 
Mary Olivia, dau. of Francis Dixon, J.P., of 
Blackwell Lodge, Cumberland. Issue — 

Francis Ramsay St. Pierre Bunbury, b. 16 
June, 1910. 

2. Noel Louis St. Pierre Bunbury, b. 25 Dec. 
1890'; Indian Armv. 

3. Godfrey Hugh St. Pierre Bunbury, b. 6 Jan. 
1895 : 2nd lieut. Res. Regt. 1914. 
1. Marjorie Elinor, 

1 . Emily Louisa Margaret. Residence — New Lodge, 
Totton, Hants. 

4. The late Capt. Richard Hanmer Bunbury, R.N., 
b. 18 Dec. 1813 ; m. 19 Dec. 1838, Sarah Susanna, 
dau. of Robert Sconce, and d. 23 Dec. 1857. Issue — 

1 . The late Capt. Henrv Fox Bunbury, b. Oct. 1839 : 
Indian Army, m. 1863, Elizabeth (d. 1875), dau. 
offj. Kelsev, and d. 16 Oct.. 1870. Issue— 

1. Cecil Edward Francis Bunbury, b. 1 Dec. 1864 : 
C.S.I. , Resident — N.W. Frontier Province, India, 
1901-10 ; m. Jan. 1893, May Valerie, dau. of 
late Edward de Visme. 
. 2. Capt. William Clement Hanmer Bunbury, 

I' late Roy. Scots, and W. Biding. Regt., b. 17 



Feb. 1868; m. 9 Dec. 1903, Lilia!i Maude, dau. 
of William Fox Tomson. 

2. Robert Clement Sconce Bunbury, b. 19 Jan. 
1847, B.A. Camb. ; Barr.-at-law ; m. 9 Aug. 18S8, 
Elizabeth Anne, dau. of the late John Henry Barnes. 
Residence — Shenley, Headcorn, Kent. Issue — 

1. May Marjorie. 

2. Cicily Mary. 

3. Maj.-Gen. Sir Herbert Napier Bunbury, K.C.B. 
(see Knightage). 

1. Louisa Harriet Cometina, m. 26 Mar. 1874, Dr. 
Max Marchwald, of Heidelberg, and has issue, 

2, Frances Susanna, m.27 March, 1873, John Frederick 
Symons Jeune, and has issue. Residence — 



RICHARDSON-BUNBURY, 4th Bt., of Augher 

(I.). Creat. 1787. — Sir .Mervvn Willi.^m 
RiCHAUDSON-BuNBURY, s. of Mcrvyii Matthew 
Richardson-Bunbury. B. 1 Jvme, 1874 ; sue. 
his grandfather l5 Feb. 1909. This family, 
originally Scottish, dates in Irel. from 1641 ; 
Sir James Richardson, 2nd Bt., assumed liis 
mother's name Bunbury in 1822. Residence — 
54, Sydney Road, Gosport, Hants. 
Sir James Mervyn Richardson-Bunbury, 2nd Bt., 
b. 1781 ; m. 23 June, 1810, Margaret (d. 1870), dau. of 
John Corry Moutray, and d. 4 Nov. 1851. Issue — 

1. Rev. Sir John Richardson-Bunbury, 3rd Bt., 
b. 10 Oct. 1813 ; m. 5 Dc.c.l838, Maria (d.2 March, 1888), 
dau. of V/illiam Auketell, and d. 19 Feb. 1909. Issue— 

1. The late Mervvn Matthew Richardson-Bunbury, 
b. June 1841 : in. 6 Dec. 1S68, Eliza Mary, (Resi- 
dence — Windermere, Dunmow, Essex) , dau. of 
William Thorn. M.D., and d. 16 April, 1889. Issue — 
1. Sir Mervyn William Richardson-Bunbury, 
pres. Bt. 

1. Irene Kate Matilda, m. 1895, Capt. Douglas 
Philip Bayly, and has issue. Residence — Winder- 
mere, Dunmow, Essex. 

1. Matilda Anne, m. 12 July, 1870, George Charles 
Brackenridg''. who d. 1879, and has issue. 

2. Olivia Emma, m. 16 April, 1891, Col. George 
Atherly William Forrest, Hampsliire Regt., who 
d. April, 1904, and has issue. 

2. The late William Richardson-Bunbury, b. 5 June, 
1817 ; m. 1857, Amelia Georgina (d. 2 Sept. 1910), 
dau. of Lt.-Col. MoUoy, late Rifle Brigade, and d. 
1877. Issue — 

1. Moutr.\y Frederic Richardson-Bunbury, 
Heir Pres., b. 1865; m. 1896, Mary Capel Vines. 
Residence — 

Issue — 

1. Richard Bunbury, b. 1899. 

2. James Bunbury, b. 1901. 
1. Kathleen. 

2. Archibald Edward Richardson-Bunbury, m. 
1909, Vida Muriel, dau. of Artliur Heppingstone. 
Residence — Marybrook, Busselton, W. Australia. 
Issue — 

Caroline Mervyn. 

1. Isabella Augusta, m. 1907, William George 
Pickering. Residence — Kaloorup, Busselton, W. 
Australia. 

2. Georgina Kennedy, m. 1897, Walter Gale, clerk 
to Federal Parliament, Melbourne. 

3. Dorothy Flora, m. 27 Aug. 1395, Edward 
O'Farrell, C.B., Barr.-at-law, assist. Under Sec. to 
Lord-Lieut, of Ireland. 

4. Emily Beatrice. 

5. Alice Sabine. 

6. Olive Mary, m. 1 Aug. 1901, Heury Capell, J.P., 
W. Australia, and has issue. 

BUNBURY (W. Australia), 1st Bishop of. 

Founded 19 !4. — Rt. Rev. Frederick Gold- 
smith, s, of Frederick William Goldsmith. B. 
1853 ; ed. at Oxford ; B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, D.D. 
1905; V.D. 1913: ord. 1876, priest 1877; 
curate of St. Luke's. Old Charlton, 1876-81, 
and of St. Philip's, Cheam Common, 1881-5 ; 
vie. of Hailing, Kent, 1885-8 ; dean of St. George's 
Cathedral, Perth, W. Australia, 1888-1904; 
senior chaplain to the Forces 1913; consecrated 
1st Bishop of this see 1604. Residence — Bish- 
opscourt, Bunbury, W. Australia. Club — 
Royal Societies'. 

BURDETT, 8th Bt., of Burthwaite (E.). 
Creat. 25 July, 1005. — Sir Charles Grant Bur- 
dett, s. of 7tb Bt. B. 1875 ; m. Anne, dau. 
of R. Hay, of Dunedin, X.Z. ; studied dentistry 



BURDETT1 



PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



lie 



utter passing his medical course at Dunedin ; 
sue. liis father in 1892. This family is descended 
from Almericus Dj Burdett. who held lands at 
Skelmantiiorpe. Yorkshire, temp. Henry III. 
Residence — Eltham, Taranaki, N.Z. Issue — 

1. Coventry Burdett, heir, b. 190:2. 

1. Frances. 
SIR Charles Wentworth Burdett. 6th. Bt., d. 
2'i Dec. 1806 : m. 31 Dee. 1834, Harriet (d. il July, 18.51), 
dau. of William Hugh Burgess, and d. i Aug. 1848. 
Issue— _ .„ 

1. Sm CK.iRLEs Wentworth Burdett, /TH bt., 
b. 4 Nov. 183.5 ; m. 1875, Gra^e. dau. of Rev. A. 
Grant, of Xapier. N.Z., and d. March. 1890. Issue— 

Sir Ch.^-RLEs Grant Burdett, pres. Bt. 

2. The late Kev. William Jerome Burdett, b. 10 
Dec. 1841 ; m. 20 Nov. 1871, Eliza Katherine (Re.si- 
(jence — 22, Morton Crescent, Exmouth), dau. of the 
Rev. Joseph Tlieophilus Toye, M.A., and d. 15 Oct. 
1899. Issue — 

1. Capt. Edward Jerome Burdett. Indian Army, 
b. 12 Julv, 1880. 

2. Heiirv Aylmcr Burdett. 1). 1881. 

3. Ernest Wyudhani Burdett, Vi. 5 Sept. 1887; 
lieut. Indian Army. 

1. Beatrice Marv, m. 7 Aug. 1902 Rev. C.R.L. 
McDowall, Head of King's School. Canterljury, and 
has issue. 

2. Katherine Hilda. 

3. Marion Edith. 

1. Eliza Mary. m. 23 Oct. 1862, Maj. T. F. Garrard, 
late Madras Army, and has issue. 

BURDETT, 8th Bt., of Bramcott (E.). 
Cveat. 2.5 Feb. KilS. — Sir FR.\xfis Burdett. s. 
of 7th Bt. B. 5 July, I8G9 ; m. 15 Sept., 1908, 
Frances EJphinstone, dau. of the late Thomson 
Boyd, of Edinburgh ; sue. his father 1892 ; ed. 
nt Eton and Camb. ; capt. res. of officers ; late 
1 7th Lancers ; served in S. African war (wounded ) ; 
A.D.C. to Gov. of Ceylon (Sir ,T. W. Ridgewav) 
1901-4 : .T.P., Derbyshire (High Sheriff 1909) ; 
is descended from Hugh do Burdett, a follower 
of William the Conqueror ; the 5th Bt. was 
well known for his advocacy of reforin in parlia- 
ment, etc. Residences — Foremarke Hall. Derby- 
shire : Ram.sbury Manor. Wilts. Club.s — Carlton ; 
Army and Navy; Wellington: Cavalry; Naval and 
IMilitary. 

Sir Robert Burdett, 4th Bt., b. 28 Mav, 1716, 
III. 1st, 6 Nov. 1739. Elizabeth (d. 24 Aug. 1747), dau. 
of Sir Charles Sedlev. Bt. ; m. 2nd. 17 July, 1753, Ladv 
Caroline (d. 10 Nov' 1769), dau. of John, 2nd Duke of 
Richmond, and widow of Sir Henrv Havpur, and d. 15 
Frb. 1797. Issue- 

1. Francis Burdett, b. 19 May, 1743; m. 30 Dec. 

1766, Eleanor (d. 30 May, 1783), dau. and co-heiress 

of Williairi Jones, and d. 3 Feb. 1794. Issue — 

1. Sir Francis Buedett, 5th Bt., b. 25 Jan. 
1770 ; M.P. for Boroughbridge, Westminster and 
North Wilts successively ; m. 5 Aug. 1793, Sophia 
(d. 23 Jan. 1844), dau.' and co-hciress of Thomas 
Coutts, banker, and d. 31 Jan. 1844. Issue — 

1. CoL. Sir Robert Burdett, 6th Bt.. 
b. 16 April. 1796; d. 7 .lune, 18S0, 

2. The late William Jones Burdett. b. 23 Aug. 
1772, m. 24 Oct. 1911, Sarah Holmes (d. 31 Jan. 
1871), dau. of Capt. Hodgkinson, R.N., and d. 
2 Oct. 1840. Issue— 

1. Lt.-Col. Sir Francis Burdett, 7th Bt., 
b. 23 March 1813, late 17th Lancers; m. 1st, 
27 Oct. 1842, Ameha Ehza (d. 14 April. 1866), 
dau. of Maj. J. Sharpe ; m. 2nd, 22 Aus. 1867, 
Mary Dorothy (d. 1 April, 1908), dau. of John 
Smyth, of Chatham, Durham, and d. 31 May, 
1892. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Clara Constance, m. 1st, 8 Jan. 1874, 
Robert Alexander Houston, wlio d. 3 Oct. 
1879 ; m. 2nd, 6 Dec. 1894, Maj .-Gen. George 
Hatchell, King's Roy. Rifles. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

1. Sir Francis Burdett, pres. Bt. 

2. Georgiana Male, m. 22 Aug. 1891, George 
Anson Byron. 

3. Maud Clara Frances. 

2. The late Wihiam Jones Burdett, b. 13 June. 
1814; m. 30 Sept. 1852, Caroline (d. 1884), 
dau. of Capt. Joseph Neynoe , and d. 17 Dec. 
1858. Issue — 

1. WiLMAM Jones Burdett, Heir pres., 
b. 21 July, 1853. 

1. Clara Susanna, m. 18 .lune, 1881, Rev. 
Allan Lines Bolton, rector of Yatton Keynell, 
and lias issue. 



3. The late Lt.-Col. Charles Sedley Burdett, 
Colds. Gds., b. 17 Dec. 1819 ; m. 2 June, 1846, 
Harriet Ehzabeth (d. 1891), dau. of Levi Ames, 
and d. 12 Dec. 1880. Issue — 

1. The late Francis Arthur Sedlev Burdett, 
b. 1 Sept. 1849 ; m. 13 Feb. 1890, Agnes 
(d. 1 Nov. 1903), dau. of James Campbell 
Walk'T, and d. 9 Aug. 1894. Issue — 

1. Constance Angela Mary, m. 12 Oct. 1892,. 
Lt.-Gen. Henry EUenborougli Dyneley,. 
who d. 1893, and has issue. 

2. Beatrice Maud, m. 28 June, 1892, Ed- 
win Hanmer Everett, and has issue^ 
Residence — Chinshurst, Shalford. 

3. Gertrude Alice. 

BURFORD, Earl of. See St. Albans, Duke of. 

BURGHCLERE, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. S^ 
Aug. 189.1 : Privy Counsellor 1892. — Hebbebt' 
CoLSTOTiNT Gardner. B. 9 .June, 1847 : m. 4 
March, 1890, Lady Winifred Anne Henrietta 
Christine, dau. of 4th Earl Carnarvon and 
widow of the Hon. Alfred John George Byng ;. 
ed. at Harrow and Camb. ; M.A. 1872 ; M.P. 
Essex (Saffron Walden div.) from 1885 until he 
was raised to the peerage ; pres. of the Board of 
Agriculture 1892-95 ; an ecclesiastical com- 
missioner since 1903 ; memb. of Roy. commn. 
on food supply in war time 1903 ; chairman of 
Roy. commn. on ancient historical monuments' 
1908 : D.L.. :\Iiddlesex. Residences — 48. Charles 
Street. Berkeley Square, W. ; Titsey Place, 
Limpsfield. Surrey. Clubs — Athenreiim ; Brooks', 

Heir, none. 
Issue — 

1. Hon. .Juliet Mary Evelyn Stanhope. 

2. Hon. Altliea Margaret Gwendolen Valentine. 

3. Hon. Mary Sidney Katherine Almina. 

4. Hon. Evelyn Florence Margaret Winifred. 

BURGHERSH, Baron. See Westmobland, 

Earl of. 

BURGHLEY, Baron. Se- Exeter, Marq. of, 

BURGOYNE, 10th Bt. (E.). Creat. 15 July, 
1641. — Sir John IMontalu Bubgoyne. s. of 
9th Bt. B. 23 Oct. 1832 : m. 1st. 10 Nov, 
185t). Amy (d. 12 Oct. 1895). dau. of Capt. 
Henry Neilson Smith. R.E. ; m. 2nd, 8 Oct. 1903. 
Katherine Louisa, dau. of late John Gretton. of 
Stapleforcl Park, Melton Mowbray ; sue. his 
father 1858 ; ed. at Eton ; ent. the army 1850 - 
Cap. and heut.-col. Gren. Gds., 18C0, ret. 1861 ; 
severely wounded at the Alma ; lion, col., late' 
lieut. -col. commdg. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 
(M.); resigne 1 1908; hon. I'ol. unattached list. 
The 1st Bt. was M.P. for the co. of Warwick, 
Residence — Sutton Park, Sandy, Beds. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Travellers' ; R.Y.S. " 

Heir, none. 
CoL. Sir John [Montagu Burgoyne, 9th Bt., b. 
17 Oct. 1796 ; Gren. Gds ; m. 20 Dec. 1831, Mary 
Harriet (d. 1 April, 1890), dau. of William Gore Langton, 
M.P. Issue — 

Sir John Montagu Burgoyne, pres. Bart. 

BURGOYNE, Baronetcy (ext. 7 Oct. 1871). 
Creat. 18 April, 1856. — -The late Field Mabshal 
Sir John Fox Burgoyne, Bt.. G.C.B., b. 24 Julv, 
1782 ; m. 31 Jan. 1821, Charlotte, dau. of Hugh 
Rose, of Holme Nairn, N.B. Issue — 

1. Caroline Mary, m. 1 June, 1854, Maj. George Mon- 
tagu Stopford R.E., who d. 7 Aug. 1860, and has issue. 
Residence — Harajjton Court Palace. 

2. Elizabeth Montagu, m. 27 July, 1858, Edward 
Woodhouse, who d. 1897. 

BURKE, Vise. See Clanricarde, Mabq. of. 

BURKE, 7th Bt., of Marble Hill (I.). Creat. 
5 Dec. 1797. — Sir Gerald Howe Bubke, s. 
of 6th Bt. B. 17 Nov. 1893 ; sue. his father 
1913: lieut. Irish Gds. The 3rd Bt. was M.P. 
for Galway from April, 1847, till July, 1865. 
Seat — Marble Hill, Loughrea, co. Galway. 

Heir, none. 



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[BURRARD 



Capt. Sni Thomas John Burke, 3rd Bt. : b. 7 
June. 1813, 1st Dragoons, M.P. for Galway 1847-65, 
D.L., J.P. ; ni. 21 Feb. 1857, Ladv Mary Frances N"u?cnt 
(d. 1 Sept. 1892), dau. of 9th Earl of Westmeatli, and 
d. 9 Dec. 1875. Issue— 

1. Sir John Charles Burke, 4th Bt., b. 7 Feb. 
1858 ; lieut. 20th Hussars ; d. 16 Aug. 1882. 

2. Sir Henry Georqe Burke, 5th Bt., b. 30 
Nov. 1859 ; d. 19 Jan. 1910. 

3. Sir Thomas Maxachy Burke, 6th Bt., b. 8 
Jan. 1864 ; m. 9 Feb. 1893, Catherine, Mary Caroline, 
dau. of Maj. Gen. James Henry Burke, and d. 19 
Dec. 1913. Issue — 

Sir Gerald Howe Burke, pres. Bt. 

4. William Anthony Burke, b.2 April, 1866, Barr.-at- 
law; m. 2 Jan. 1889, Coralio Evelyn (d. 9 Feb. 1910), 
dau. of tlie late Power Lawlor, of Longorcliard, Co. ! 
Tippcrary. Residence — Ballybrack House, Bally- ' 
Ijrack, Co. Dublin. Club— Kildare Street (Dublin). ! 
Issue — 

Wilfred Maurice Burke, b. 14 Jan. 1900. i 

Julia Catherine Anne, m. 16 Aug. 1893, William 
Daly, who d. 27 Dec. 1910, and has issue. j 



BURLEIGH, Master of. See Balfour of 

BUBLEIGH, BaBON. 

BURLINGTON, Earl oJ. See Devonshire, 
Dl'ke of. 

BURNETT, 1st Bt., of Croydon (U.K.). Great. 
17 Oct. 1913 ; Knt. Bach. 1908. — Sir David 
Burnett, s. of the late David Burnett, of Dal- 
ston. B. in London, 22 Aug. 1851 ; m. 28 Aug. 
1875, Emily Rebecca, dau. of Thomas Sleap, of 
Dalston ; J.P. and one of H.M. lieuts. for the 
City of London 1902, sheriff 1907-8, Lord Mayor | 
1911-2 ; officer of the legion of honour, comnidr. 
of the order of the crown of Prussia, and officer 
of the order of the crown of Belgium. Residence — 
Selborne House, Croydon. City Address — 99, 
G-resham Street, E.G. Club — -City; Carlton. I 
Issue — 

1. Capt. Leslie Trew Burnett, b. 22 Sept. 1884 ; j 
D.L. London 1913. i 

1. Ethel Emily, m. 31 July, 1900, Bernard Beresford | 
Baddeley. 

2. Bertrude Alice. i 

3. Maude Agnes, m. 6 June, 1907, Bmil Stanley Frank- 
lin. Residence — Coira Lynn, Woodcote Valley Road, 
Purlev. 4 Marguerite Ida, m., 9 April, 19io Basil 
Thomas Parsons-Smith, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., M.D. 
Residence — Addiscombe Road, Croydon. 

5. Dorothy Gladys. 

BURNETT, 12th Bt., of Leys (Scot.). Croat. 
21 April, 162G. — CoL. Sir Thomas Burnett, 
s. of 10th Bt., and his 2nd wife Lauderdale, 
dau. of Sir Alexander Ramsay, Bt., and widow 
of David Duncan, of Rosemovint. B. 27 Nov. 
1840 ; m. 2 June, 1875, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
James Cumine. of Rattray, co. Aberdeen ; sue. 
his half-bro. 1894 ; lieut.-eol. R.H.A. 1885 ; 
col. 1890 ; D.L., J.P., Kincardine and Aberdeen ; 
D.L. City of Aberdeen ; chairman Kincardine 
Terr. Force Assocn. The 1st Bt. was an 
earnest supporter of the Covenant. The 2nd s. 
of 6th Bt. assumed the name of Ramsay, 
and liimself received a Baronetcy {see Ramsay, 
Bt. ). Residence — Crathes Castle, Kincardine- 
shire. Club — Junior United Service. Issue — 
I.Capt. James Lauderdale Gilbert Buii:?ETT, Heir, 
Gordon Highlanders, b. 1 April, 1880 : m. 10 July, 1913, 
SybilAlrd,dau.of late W. Crozier-Smith, of Whitehill, 
St. Boswells, N.B. 

2. Capt. Alexander Edwin Burnett, K.O.S.B., 
b. 26 April, 1881. 
1. Ethel. 

BURNHAM, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 31 
June, 1903 ; Bt. 13 Oct. 1892. K.C.V.O. 1904. 
— Edward Levy-Lawson, s. of Joseph Moses 
Levy, of 51, Grosvenor Street, W., one of the 
principal founders of the cheap press, J.P. 
for Kent and the Cinque Ports, by Esther, 
dau. of Godfrey Nathaniel Cohen, of London, 
merchant. B. 28 Dec. 1833; m. 20 Feb. 1862, 
Harriette Georgiana (d. 25 May, 1897), dau. of 
Benjamin N. Webster, of Pen-y-craig, N. Wales ; 
ed. at London Univ. Coll. ; is principal proprietor 
of the Daily Telegraph ; D.L., J.P., Bucks. ; 
C.A. 1889-92 ; High-Sheriff 1886 ; lieut. of 



the City of London ; president Inst, of Joiu-^ 
nalists 1892 ; assumed by Roy. Licon(;e the nam© 
of Lawson in addition to Levy in 1876 ; has th& 
order of the Rising Sun of Japan. Residences 
— 20, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W. ; Hall Barn. 
Beaconsfield. Issue — • 

1. Hon. Harry Lawson Webster Law30N, Heir, 
b. 18 Dec. 1862 ; m. 2 Jan. 1884, Olive, dau. 
of Gen. Sir Henry de Bathe, 4th Bart. ; ed. at 
Eton and Oxford; B.A. (1st class) 1884, M.A. 188S ; 
called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1891 ; M.P. West St. 
Pancras 1885-92, East Gloucestershire 1893-95 ; 
Mile End Div. of Tower Hamlets 1935-6 and siiicei 
1910 ; one of H.M.'s lieuts. for the Citv of London, 
D.L., J.P. , Bucks; C.C. London 1889-92, 1893-1904; 
hon. colonel commanding Roy. Bucks Hussars 
(T.D.) 1902-13; Mayor of Stepney 1907-9; pros. 
Inst, of Journalists 1910 ; mil. memb. Bucks Terr. 
Force Assocn. Residences — 37, Grosvenor Square, W. ; 
Orkney Cottage, Taplow. Clubs — Marlborough ; 
Athenaeum ; Oxford and Cambridge ; Garrick. Issue^ 

Dorothy Olive, m. 15 Jan. 1907, Capt. Hon. John 
Spencer Coke, Scots Gds. (See Leicester, E.) 

2. Lieut. -Col. Hon. William Arnold Webster Law-, 
son, D.S.O., Scots Gds., staff officer and It.-col, 
commdg. 2nd Bucks Yeo. ; b. 19 March, 1864 ; 
served S.A. war 190O-1 (despatches twice) ; tn. 
1887, Sybil Mary (m. diss. 1912), dau. of the' late- 
Lieut. -Gen. Sir Frederick Marsliall, K.C.M.G. Residence 
— Staveley Lodge, Melton Mowbray. Clubs — Guards ; 
Bachelors', ; Turf ; Arthur's. Issue — 

1. Edward Frederick Lawson, b. 16 June, 1890; 
B.A. Oxford ; Ueut. Roy. Bucks. Hussars. 

1. Margery Olive Edith, m. 14 April, 1910; Capt. 
John Harrison, Roy. Horse Gds. 

2. Olive Emily. 
1. Hon. Edith Maude Webster, m. 1 Xov. 1888, Sir 
Edward H(>nry Hulse, 6th Bt. 

BURNLEY, 3rd Bishop Suffragan of. Apptd. 
1909. — Right Rev. Henry Henn, D.D., s. of 
Thomas Rice Henn, of Paradise Hill, co. Clare, 
K.C., D.L., County Ct. Judge and Recorder 
of Galway, by Jane Isabella, dau. of Francis 
Blackburne, of Ratlifarnliam Castle, Dublin, 
Lord Chancellor of Ireland. B. at Greystones, 
CO. Wicklow, 8 Oct. 1858; m. 1 Nov. 1905, 
Frances Helen, dau. of Baron Collins, of Ken- 
sington ; ed. at Sherborne School and Camb. 
(1st. cl. classics, M.A.) ; ord. 1886 ; cur. Preston 
1886 ; Fell, of Trinity Hall, Camb. 1881, dean, 
1888, bursar 1890, lecturer 1894 ; vicar of St. 
Paul. Preston, 1895-1902 ; vicar and rural dean, 
of Bolton 1902-9 ; rector of Burnley since . 
1909; hon. canon of Manchester 1903; conse- 
crated 1909, as suffragan to the see of Manchester.. 
Residence — Reedley Lodge, Burnley, Lanes. 

BURNS, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1905.— 
Rt. Hon. John Burns, s. of Alexander Burns, 
an engineer. B. 1858; m. 1882, Martha Char- 
lotte, dau. of John Gale, shipwright ; ed. at 
Christ Church parochial school ; late C.C. (Lond. ), 
Battersea div. ; chrmn. of pari, committee of 
Trade Union Congress ; gov. of Battersea Poly- 
technic ; pres. of Local Govt. Board (with seat 
in the Cabinet) since Dec. 1906-14 ; Pres. 
Board of Trade since Feb. 1914 ; memb. com- 
mittee Queen's unemployed fund 1906 ; M.P. 
for Battersea since 1892 ; hon. LL.D. Liverpool 
1910 ; hon. LL.D. Birm. 1911 ; led dock labourers' 
strike in 1889. Residence — 110, North Hill, 
Clapham Common, S.W. 

BURRARD, 6th Bt. (E.). Great. 3 April, 
1769. — Sir Harry Paul Burrard, s. of the 
5th Bt. B. 5 Sept. 1846 : m. 1st, 28 
March, 1872, Margaret (d. 22 April, 1885), dau. 
of J. Anderson, of St. John's, New Brunswick ; 
m. 2nd, 1888, Jane Eleanor Frances, dau. 
of Lieut. -Col. Bernard George Griffin-Beale. of 
Farningham, Kent ; sue. his father 1871 ; ensign 
60th foot 1866 ; ret. as lieut. 1871 ; hereditary 
bow bearer and riding forester to the Kincr. 
The 2nd Bt., Sir Harry Burrard-Neale, G-.C.bT, 
G.C.M.G., M.P. (who assumed the name of 
Neale on his marriage), was an admiral of 
the white, a Lord of tho Admiralty, and 



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118 



Broom of the bedchamber to George III. For 

five generations (1079-1835) the head of tne 

family sat in the House of Commons for Lymmg- 

ton, the family seat and estates of Walhampton 

being situate in the neighbourhood. 

KEV. SIR GEORGE BCRRARD. 3RD Bt., b. 6 Apr}}.\769 ■ 

m. lst,l Sept. 1804, Elizabeth A.me (d. U Apnl. l^lo) 

dau. and heiress of William Coppell; m. 2nd, 1 May 

1816. Emma (d. :i June, 1879), dau. of Adm. Joseph 

Bingham, and d. 17 May, 1856. Issue by 1st «'■— . 

1 SIR GEORGE BURR.A.RD. 4TH BT., b. 13 Oct iSOo , 

M P for Lvmington 1828-32 ; ni. 3 Jan. 1839, Isabella 

(d! 7 Bee! 1876). dau. of Sir George Duckett, -nd 

Bart., and d. 7 Sopt. 1870. 

Jssue by 2nd m. — _ laia- 

2. SIR Harry Burkard, oth Bt., b. 13 Oct. 1818 , 

m 5 \ug. 1845, Marv Standley (d. 2o Nov. 187o), 

dau of J. Allen, and d. 15 April, 1871. Issue— 

1. SIR Harry Paul Burrard, pres. Bt. 
3 The late Lieut.-Col. Sidney Burrard, Gren. Gds 
b 4 Xov 1826- served in Crimea; m. 10 Nov. 18o9, 
Geraldine. Augusta (d. 28 Aug. 1908), dau. of ^yilllam 
Richardson, of \Yanstead, Essex, and d. t Oct. 1893 

Issue — ^ T- /-, o T 

' 1. Col. Sir Sidney Gerald Burrard, K.C.S.I., 
Heir pres. {see Knightage). 

2 Col ■\Villiam Dutton Burrard, late R.F.A., 
b 21 Dec. 1861 ; m. 21 Jan. 1903, Mabel Eliza- 
beth, widow of C. Tatham. Residence— 6, Grand 
Avinuie Mansions, Hove, Sussex. Clubs — Wel- 
lington ; Army and Navy : Authors'. 
3. Maj. Charles Burrard, late Indian Amiy ; b. 15 
Feb. 1867 ; m. 14 Nov. 1903, Heatlier Lucy, dau. 
of Francis William Bott, of Somersal, Derbysliire. 
4 Maj. Harry George Burrard, A.S.C., b. 18 April, 
1871 : m. 28 Aug. 1900, Mabel, dau. of Maj.-Gen. 
.Charles Armstrong, B.S.C. 

1. May, rn. 13 Jan. 1890. Cap. H. Pakenliam- 

Mahon,' late Scots Gds. Residences — Stokestown 

i'ark, Longford ; 33, Pont Street, S.W. Issue — 

Olive, m. 4 July, 1914, Edward Stafford King 

Karman, Irish Gds. Residence — Rockingham, 

Co." Roscommon. 



BURRELL, 7th Bt. (G.B.). Great. 31 May, 
1774. — Sir :\rEi!EiK Ray-jiond Bubeell, s. 
of 6th Bt. B. 14 May, 1877 ; m. 1st, 11 Feb. 
1902, Wilhelmina Louisa (mav. diss. 1907). dau. 
.of Walter Winans, of Surrenden Parlj. Kent ; 
m. 2nd, Aug. 1908, Coralie Adelaide Mervyn, 
dau. of J. Porter Porter, of Belle Isle, Lisbellaw, 
CO. Fermanagh ; sue. his father 1899 ; late heut. 
1st Dragoons ; lieut. late Res. Cav.. Sussex Mihtia ; 
served in S.A. war ; memb. Board of Agric. 
advisory council on horse-breeding, since 1911 ; 
J.P. Sussex. This Baronetcy is derived from 
Sir Chas. Raymond, on whom it was conferred, 
with remainder to his son-in-law, the present 
Bt.'s ancestor. Residences — Knepp Castle, 
Horsham, Sussex. Club — Cavahy. Issue by 
1st m. — 

I.Walter Raymond Bcrrell, Heir, b. 11 Dec. 1903. 

2. Peter Eustace Burnll, b. 9 May, 1905. 

1. Joan Louise. 
Issue bv 2nd m. — 

2. Et'heldreda Josephine. 

Sir W.AiTER Wyndham Burrell. 5th Bt.. b. 26 

■Oct. 1814 ; Barr.-at-law, M.P. for Shoreham 1876-85 ; 

m.lO June, 1847, Dorothea (d. 8 Feb. 1891), dau. of Rev. 

.John Jones, and d. 24 Jan. 1888. Issue — 

1. Sir Charles Raymond Burrell, 6th Bt., 
b. 29 March 1848 ; D.L., J.P. , Sussex ; m. 22 July, 
1872, EtheldREDA M.\ry (Residence — 23, Cadogan 
Square, S.W.), dau. of Sir .Robert Loder, 1st St., 
M.P., and d. 6 Sept. 1899. Issue— 
1. Sir Merrik Raymond, pres. Bt. 

1. Sybil Dorothy. 

2. Mary Emma,"ni. 2 Mar. 1905, Alan Cecil Lupton, 
and has issue. Residence — Ainderby Hall, North- 
.allcrton, Yorkshire. 

BURROWS, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 19 March, 
1874. — Sir Ernest Pennington Burrows, s. 
of 1st Bt. B. 11 July, 1851 ; sue. his bro. 1904 ; 
.ed. at Radley. The 1st Bt. was a celebrated 
physician, and received his Baronetcy in recog- 
nition of the eminent services he rendered to his 
profession. Residence — 21, Connaught Square, 
Hyde Park, W. Club— Oriental. 

Heir, none. 



Sir George Burrows, 1st Bt., b. 28 Nov. 1801 ; 
m. 18 Sept. 1834, Elinor(d. 4 March, 1882), dau. of John 
Abernethy , and d. 12 Dee. 1887. Issue— 

1 Sir Frederick Abernethy Burrows, 2nd 
Bt., b. 30 Dec. 1846; m. 10 April 1883, CONSTANCE 
Fanny (Residence— Hill Court, Four Elms, Eden- 
bridge, Kent), dau. of Rev. Henry Micholson Burrows, 
of Shirly House. Hants, and d. 9 Nov. 1904. Issue — 

FannV Beatrice. 

2 Sir Ernest Pennington Burrows, pres. Bt. 
1. Rose Ellen, m. 23 July , 1867, Alfred Willett, F.R.C.S., 
(who d. 30 June, 1913), and has issue. Residence — 
Wyndham Croft, Turner's Hill, Sussex. 

BURT, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 190(]. — 
Right Hon. Thomas Burt, s. of Peter Burt, 
coal miner. B. 12 Nov. 1837 ; m. 18G0. Mary, 
dau. of Thomas Weatherburn, of Seghill ; ed. 
at various dame and village schools and by self- 
culture, meanwhile working as a miner : sec. of 
temperance society and school committee at 
Choppington ; represented Choppington miners 
at conference of Northumberland and Durham 
Miners' Assoc. 1864 ; was during strike elected 
gen. sec. of Northumberland Miners' Mutual 
Confidential Assoc. 1865, and sec. thereof since 
1865 ; a British rep. at Labour Congress at Berlin 
1890; M.P. for Morpeth since 1874 : pari. sec. 
of Board of Tiale 1892-95; memb. of the Labour 

' Panel for the Court of Arbitration ; a workmen's 
representative Industrial Council since 1911 ; 
hon. D.C.L. Durham Univ. 1911. Residence — 
20, Burdon Terrace. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Clubs 
— Reform : National Liberal. Address — Reform 

' Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1 

! BURTON, Baroness (U.K.). Great. 13 Aug. 

' 1886, and 29 Nov. 1897. — Nellie Lisa Baillie, 
o. c. of 1st Baron Burton. B. 27 Dec. 1873 ; m. 
31 Jan. 1894, .James Evan Bruce Baillie. M.V.O. 
(J.P. and late M.P. for co. Inverness ; hon. col. 
Inverness-shire R.H.A., and vice-chrmn. Terr. 

j Force. As<oen. for that county), s. of the late 
Evan Baillie ; sue. (under special remainder to 
herself and her heirs male, by letters patent 1897 ), 
1 Feb. 1909. Residences— 71. South Audley 
Street, W. ; Dochfour, Inverness ; Redcastle, 
Killearuan, Ross-shire. Issue — • 

1. Hon. George Evan Michael Bmllie, Keir, b. 
19 Dec. 1894. 

2. Hon. Arthur Malcolm Augustus Baillie, 1>. 4 July, 
1906. 

1. Hon. Victoria Frances Maud. 
Sir Michael Arthur Bass, 1st Baron Burton, 
K.C.V.O., b. 12 Nov. 1837 ; M. A. Camb.. D.L.. J.P., Staf- 
ford shire, M.P. for Stafford 1865-88, E. Staffordshire 1868 
— 85, Burton div. of Staffordsliire 1885-86 ; chairman 
of Messrs. Bass & Co., Burton-on-Trent. Creat. Bt. 
17 Mar. 1882, with remainder to his bro. (s?e BASS, 
Bt., and elevated to the Peerage with remainder to 
his dau. ; m. 29 Oct. 1869, Harriet Georqina (Residence 
— Rangemore, Burton-on-Trent), dau. of Edward Thome- 
will, of Dove Cliff. Staffordshire. Issue — 

Nellie Lisa Baillie, pres. Baroness. 

DENYS-BURTON, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 
23 Nov. 1813. — Sib Fbancis Chables Edward 
Denys-Burton. s. of 2nd Bt. B. 15 March. 
1849 ; m. 16 Sept. 1890, C^race Ellen, dau. of 
lieut -col. Adolphus Burton, C.B. ; sue. his father 
in 1881 ; ed. at Harrow ; ent. diplomatic service 
1871, became 3rd sec. 1873, 2nd sec. 1878, 1st 
sec. 1887 ; has been sec. of legation at Athens, 
Brussels, Washington, Berlin, Rome, Mexico, 
and Copenhagen ; ret. 1896 ; J. P., N.R. Yorks, 
and Carlow ; assumed by roy. licence in 1905 
additional surname and arms of Burton. Resi- 
dences — Draycott Hall, Fremington, Richmond, 
Yorks ; Pollacton, co. Carlow. Issue — 

1. Charles Peter Denys-Burton, Heik, b. 27 May, 
1899. 

1. Marjorie Sophia. 

2. Gcorgina Eliza. 

3. Grace Galloway Frances. 

4. Sophia Horatia Fermor. 

Sir George William Denys-Burton, 2nd Bt., 
b. 11 Dec. 1811 : D.L., J.P., N.R. Yorks ; late 68th Regt. ; 
m. 20 May, 1835, Catherine Eliza, (d. 20 March, 1884), 



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LBUXTON 



dau. of Michael Henry Perceval, and d. 23 Feb. 1881. 

''sm~ Francis Charles Edward Denys-Burton, 

pres. Bt. „ T T J. 

Adelaide Eliza, m. 10 March, 1868, Sir James Lamont, 

1st Bt. 

BURY, Vise. See Albemarle, Earl of. 

BUTE. 4th Marq. of. Great. 27 Feb. 1796 ; 
Earl of Windsor, antl Vise. Mountjoy, 179<3 ; 
Baron Mountstiiart, 3 April, 1761 ; Baron Cardiff, 
20 May 1776 (G.B.) ; Earl of Dumfries, 12 June, 
1633 ; Earl of Bute, 14 April, 1703 ; Vise, of Ayr, 
2 Feb. 1622 : Vise. Kingarth, Lord Mountstuart, 
Cumra, and Inchmarnock, 1703 : Baron Crichton 
of Sanquhar. 29 Jan. 1488 ; Lord Crichton and 
Cumnock, 1633; Bt. 28 March, 1627 (Scot.)— 
John Crichton-Stuart, s. of 3rd Marq. B. 
20 June, 1881 ; m. 6 July, 1905, Augusta, dau. 
of Sir Henry Bellingham, Bt. ; sue. his father 
1900 ■ patron of 10 livings : Lord-Lieut Co. of 
Bute'; It.-col. 4th Highland Brig. 1914. The 
founder of this family was a natural s. of King 
Robert II. The 3rd Earl was the well-known 
minister. The 2nd IMarq. assumed the name of 
Crichton in 1805. Residences — Mountstuart, 
Rothesay, Isle of Bute ; Cardiff Castle. Glamor- 
ganshire ; Dumfries House, Old Cumnock, 
N B • Old Place of Mochrum, Wigtonshire ; 
St. John's Lodge, Regent's Park, N.W. Issue— 

1 JOHN' Crichton-Stuart, Earl of Dumfries, 
Heir; b. 4 Aug. 1907. 

2 Lord Robert Crichton-Stuart, b. 12 Dec. 1909. 
3. Lord David Crichton-Stuart, b. 8 Feb. 1911. 

4.' Lord Patrick Crichton-Stuart, b. 1 Feb. 1913. 

1. Lady Mary. 

2. Lady Jean. ^ 
John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marq. of Bute, 
K t"' b 12 Sept. 1847 : m. 16 April, 1872, HON Gwen- 
doiine'mary A.NNE FiTZ Alan-Howard (Residences 
—St." John's Lodge, Regent's Park, N.'W.; Garrison, 
Millport, Buteshire), dau. of 1st Baron Howard of Glossop, 
and d. 9 Oct. 1900. Issue — 

1. John Crichton-Stuart, pres. Marq. 
" Lord Xinian Edward Crichton-Stuart, b. lo May, 
1883 • M P , for Cardiff from 1910, late Scots Gds. ; 
p. o. 6th Batt. Welsh Regt.; m. 16 June, 1906, Hon. 
Ismav Lucretia Mary Preston, dau. of Jenico, 14tli 
Vise "Gormanston, G.C.M.G. Residences— 43. Bryan- 
ston Square, W. ; House of Falkland, Fife. Issue— 

1. Ismav Catlierine. 

2. Claudia Miriam Joanna. . „ . ., 

3 Lord Coiuni Edmund Crichton-Stuart, b. 3 April, 
1SS6 : 3rd Sec. Diplomatic Service from 1913 ; B.A. 

I'^Lady Margaret, m. 26 Oct. 1909, Capt. Colin 
WiUiaiii MacRae, late 42nd Highlanders Res. of Officers, 
Exon of King's Body Gd. of Yeo. of the Gd., and 
memb. of King's Body Gd. for Scotland, and has issue. 
Residences — Friary Court, St. James's Palace, S.W.; 
\scog, Isle of Bute ; Feoirlium Colintraive, Argyll. 
Clubs— Naval and Military ; Bachelors' ; iSI.C.C. ; 
R.Y.S. ; Kew (Edin.). 

BUTLER, Barony. [Now (since the death of 
Earl Cowper. 18 July, 1905) in abeyance between 
Lord Lucas and Lady Desborough.] 



BUTLER, Baron Newtown-Butler. 

BOROUGH, Earl of. 



See Lanes- 



BUTLER, Baron. See Carrick, Earl of. 

BUTLER, nth Bt. (IL). Great. 16 Aug. 
16'^8 — Sir Richard Pierce Butler, s. of 10th 
Bt. ; sue. his father 1909. B. 28 Sept. 1872 ; 
m 2 Jvme, 1906, Alice Dudley, dau. of Very 
Rev. the Hon. J. W. Leigh, Dean of Hereford ; 
ed at Harrow and Dovmton Agricultural Coll. ; 
DL , J.P.,co. Carlow (High Sheriff 1905) ; late 
capt and hon. maj. 8th Batt. King's Roy. Rifles 
(M ) ; served in S. African war 1901-2 (medal, 5 
clasp's). The 1st Bt. sat for Carlow in Parlia- 
ment in 1639, which county was represented by 
this familv from 1692-1800. Seats— Ballin 
Temple, Tullow ; Garryhundon, co. Carlow. 

Clubs Junior Constitutional ; Kildare St. (Dub. ). 

Issue — 

1.' THOMAS PIERCE BUTIER, HEIK, b. 18 Sept. 1910. 



1. Joan. 

2. Doreen Frances. , , „ , 
Sm Richard Pierce Butler, 9th Bt., b. 4 Marcli. 
1813 • m 28 May, 183.5, Matilda (d. 18 Sept. 1893), dau. 
of Thomas Cookson, of Hermitage, Durham, and d. 
22 Nov. 1862. Issue— , , . 

1 Sir Thomas Pierce Butler, 10th Bt., b. lb 
Dec 1836 : m. 8 Sept. 1864, H.^ster Elizabeth (d. :> 
Aug 1904), dau. of Sir Alan Bdlingliam, 3rd Bt., 
and d. 8 March, 1909. Issue— 

1 Sir Richard Pierce Butler, pres. Bt. 

2. Thomas Edmund Butler, b. 6 April, 1875. 

1. Edith Alice. 

2. Maude Isabel. ^, t, ^.i 

3 Dorothea Hester, m. 7 June, 1904, Rt. Rev. tiie- 
Hon. Benjamin John Plunket, D.D., Bishop ot 
Tuam (see Plunket, B.). ^ . ., -,,,„ 

2 The late Richard Pierce Butler, b. 30 April, 1839 ; 
lieut. 78th Highlanders ; m. 15 Nov. 1864, Florence 
Isabel, dau. of late Hans Henry Hamilton, Q.C., and 
d. 21 March, 1912. Issue— 

1 Hans Pierce Butler, b. March, 1880 ; m. 30 Dec. 
1908 Agnes Lenore, dau. of Percy Moulson. Resi- 
dence—Poplar Grove, Solsgirth, Winnipeg, Canada. 
Issue — 

Richard Pierce Butler, b. 1911. 
1 Violet m. 1891, John Francis, C.E., of Winnipeg. 

2. Eva, m. 1893, Charles Hall. Residence— Bel- 
court, Manitoba. ,, ,, , t. • 

3. Kathleen, m. 1908, Charles Hadland. Resi- 
dence — Solsgirth, Manitoba. 

3. Walter Selby Butler, b. 14 Oct. 1845 ; It.-col. late 
8th Batt. King's Roy. Rifles ; m. 6 May, 188o, Ahce 
Lucy, dau. of Edmund Fowler, of Abberley, Edgbaston,. 
Warwick. Residence — Green Mount, Castle Belling- 
ham CO. Louth. Club— Kildare St. (Dublin). Issue— 

1 Edmund Pierce Butler, b. 20 May, 1886 ; ed. at 
Harrow and Camb., B.A. ; lieut. Ayrshire Yeo. 
1 Vivien Tilla, m. 26 Nov. 1913, Kenneth Cookson. 

1. Matilda Constance. Residence— Hollyville Park,, 

Blackrock, co. Dublin. 

BUTLIN, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 28 June,. 

1911. Sir Henry Guy Trentham Butlin, s. 

of 1st Bt. B. in London, 7 Jan. 1893 ; ed. 
at Harrow and Camb. ; sue. his father 1912. 
Residence — 22, Harcourt Terrace, S.W. 

Heir — None. o. n ^ 

Sir Henry Trentham Butlin, 1st Bt., b. 24 Oct. 
1845 • F R C.S., Pres. R.C.S.E. 1909-11, D.C.L. Dur- 
ham ' LL.D. Birmingham ; m. 27 Sept. 1873, Annie. 
(Residence— 22, Harcourt Terrace, S.W.), dau. ot late 
Henrv Balderson, and d. 24 Jan. 1912. Issue— 
1 Sir Henry Guy Trentham Butlin, pres. Bt. 
l' Olive Mary, m. 23 April, 1898, Percy Furmvall, 
F^RCS, surgeon to the London Hospital, and has 
issue. Residence— 28, Weymouth Street, W. 
" Muriel Violet Trentham, m. 23 April, 1902, Gorman 
Morice, and has issue. Residence— 77, Hamilton 
Terrace, St. John's Wood, N.W. 

BUXTON, 1st Vise (U.K.). Great. 1 1 May, 1914 ; 
PC. 1905; G.C.M.G. 1914. — Sydney Charles 
Buxton, 2nd s. of late Charles Buxton, M.P., of 
Fox Warren, Cobham, by Emily Mary, dau. 
of Sir Henry Holland, 1st Bt., and sister of 1st 
Baron Knutsford. B. 25 Oct. 1853 ; m. 1st,. 
3 Feb. 1882, Constance Mary (d. 3 Nov. 1892). 
dau. of 1st Baron Avebury ; m. 2nd, 7 July, 1896, 
Mildred Anne, dau. of late Hugh Colin Smith., 
of Mount Clare, Roehampton, gov. of Bank of 
England ; ed. at Clifton and Camb., B.A. ; memb. 
of London School Board 1876-82 ; hon. sec. Mr. 
Tuke's fund 1882-5 ; Under Sec. of State for 
Colonies 1892-5 ; Postmr.-Gen. (with seat m 
Cabinet) 1905-10; Pres. of Board of Trade 1910- 
14- Gov. of South Africa since Jan. 1914; M.P. 
for' Peterborough 1883-5, and for Poplar div. 
of Tower Hamlets 1886-1914; J.P. Norfolk; 
author of "Handbook to the Death Diities, 
"Handbook to Political Questions,'' " Fi.shing 
and Shooting," etc. Residences— Government 
House, Cape" Town ; Newtimber. Hassocks, 
Sussex. Clubs— Athenaeum ; Brooks's. Issue— 

Hon. Denis Buxton, b. 29 Nov. 1897. 

Hon. Phyllis Sidney. 

Hon. Doreen. 

Hon. Alethea Constance Dorotliy. 

BUXTON, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Great. 30 July,. 
1840; G.C.M.G. 1899; K.C.M.G. 1896.— Sir. 



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Thomas Fowell Buxton, s. of 2nd Bt. 
B. 20 Jan. 1837 ; m. 12 June, 1862, Lady Vic- 
toria, dau. of 1st Earl of Gainsborough ; sue. 
his father 1858 ; ed. at Harrow and Camb. ; 
late a partner in the brewery of Truman, Han- 
bury & Co.. now a lim. Co. : capt. cominndt. 
3rd" Tower Hamlets R.V. 18G0 ; formerly hon. 
col. 2nd Tower Hamlets ; Gov. of South Aus- 
tralia 1895-8 : D.L.. J.P., Norfolk and Essex ; 
High Sheriff Norfolk, 1875 ; iM.P. for Lynn Regis 
1805-8 : verderer of Epping Forest since 1878 ; 
late C.C. Essex. The 1st Bt. was long distin- 
guished as the leading advocate of measures for 
the abolition of slavery ; he was descended from 
William Buxton, who d. at Great Coggeshall, 
in Essex, 1625. Residences — Warlies, Waltham 
Abbey, Essex : Colne House, Cromer ; 2, Prince's 
'Gate, S.W. Clubs — Brooks's ; Devonshire ; New 
University. Issue — 

1. Thomas Fowell Victor Buxton, Heir, b. 8 
April, 1865 : iii. 10 Oct. 1888, Anue Louisa Matilda, 
dau. of Rev. Hcury O'Rorke, Rector of Feltwcll, Nor- 
folk : ed. at Harrow and Caiiili., B.A. 1887, M.A. 1894 ; 
J.P. Essex ; High Sheriff 1905. Residence— Woodre- 
don, Waltliam Abbey, Essex. Club — Athenaeum. 
Issue — 

1. Thomas Fowell Buxton, b. 8 Nov. 1889 ; B.A. 
Canib. ; Barr.-iit-law, Inner Temple ; 2nd lieut. 
Essex Yeo. 1914. 

2. Rodcn Henry Victor Buxton, b. 17 Dec. 1890 ; 
lieut. R.N. 

3. Clarence Edward Victor Bu.xton, b. 14 Jan. 1892- 
2nd lieut. R.F.A. 1914, 

4. .Tocelyn Murray Victor Buxton, b. 1 April, 1896. 

5. Maurice Victor Buxton, b. 22 Oct. 1898. 

6. Rupert Errol Victor Buxton, b. 10 May, 1900. 
1. Lucy Victoria. 

2. Noel Edward Buxton, b. 9 Jan. 1869 : M.P. for 
Whitby 1905-6. for Cromer div. of Norfolk from 1910 ; 
m. 30 April, 1914, Lucy Edith, dau. of Maj. Pelliam 
Burn, of Cliff House, Cromer. Residence — 2, Prince's 
Oate, S.W. Club— National Liberal. 

3. Charles Roden Buxton, b. 27 Nov. 1875 ; M.A. 
Camb. ; barr.-at-law ; M.P. for Asliburton div. of 
Devonshire 1910 : m. 11 Aug. 1904, Dorotliy Frances, 
dau. of Arthur Trevor Jebb. Residence — 7, Kenning- 
ton Terrace, S.E. Clubs — Reform ; National Liberal. 
Issue — 

David Roden Buxton, b. 26 Feb. 1910. 

Eglantyne Roden Buxton, b. 4 Aug. 1906. 
.4. Rev. Harold Jocelyn Buxton, b. 20 June, 1880 ; 
M.A. Camb. Club — Brooks's. 

5. Leland William Wilberforce Buxton, b. 3 July, 
1884 ; Egyptian C.S., priv. sec. to Gov. of British 
Guiana 1909 ; m. 9 April, 1912, Mary, dau. of Rev. 
Thomas Henry Royal Oakes, B.D. Club — Brooks's. 
Issue — 

Julian W'ilberforce Buxton, b. 20 Aug. 1913. 

1. Editli Frances, m. 23 Nov. 1888, Hon. Walter 
Hi'pburn-Scott, Master of Polwarth (see Polwarth 
B.). 

2. Mary Catherine, m. 27 Nov. 1889, Rev. Stewart 
Gordon Ponsonby, preb ndary of Exeter, and has 
Issue. Residenc( — Stoke Damerel Rectory, Devonport. 

3. Constance Victoria, 23 July, 1896, Bertram Robert 
Hawker, and has issue. Residence — Runton Old 
Hall, Cromer. 

4. Victoria Ale.xandrina, m. 25 June. 1904, Lothar de 
Bunsen, and has issue. Residence — The Abbey 
Knaresborough. ' 

5. Mabel Frances Evelyn. 
rSisters living of jires. Bt.— 

1. Laura Priscilla, m. 30 July, 1873, Rev Henry 
Francis Pclliam, who d. 12 Feb. 1907, and has issue 
Residence — 20, Bradmore Road, Oxford. 
' 2. Sarah Evelyn, m. 25 Aug. 1881, Richard Hanburv 
1 Joseph Gurney, who d. 6 Mav, 1899, and has issue 
Residence — Northrepps, Norfolk. 

BUXTON of Shadwell, Baronetcy (ext. 20 Jan. 
1888). Great. 25 X(,v. l8(((i._The late Sir 
Robert Jacob Buxtox, 3rd Bt., b 13 March 
1839 : M.P. for S. Norfolk ; High Sheriff 1870 '; 
m. 4 Dec. 1865, jMary Augusta (d. 9 Aug. 1913)", 
.o. c. of Lt.-Col. John Johnstone, and d 20 Jan' 
1888. Lssue — 

1. Maud Isabel, m. 18 Dec. 1901, Gerard James Bux- 
ton, J.P. (Clubs — Arthur's ; Cavalry). Residence^- 
Tokenliam Manor, Wootton Bassett, Wilts. 

2. Syliil Mary. Residence— 32, Cadogan Place, S.W. 
BYNG, Baron. See Tobringtox, Vise. 
BYRON, 9th Baroa (E.). Great. 24 Oct. 



1643. — Geobc;e Frederick William Byron, 
s. of late Hon. Frederick Byron. B. 27 Dec. 
1855 ; m. 1 March, 1901. Faimy Lucy. dau. of 
i Thomas Radmall ; sue. his uncle in 1870 ; ed. 
I at Oxford, B.A. 1880. The 6th Baron Byron 
! was the well-known poet. The 1st Peer was 
!M.P. for Nottingham, temp. James I., and was a 
strenuous .supporter of the Royal cause in the 
civil wars of the succeeding reign ; he was emin- 
ently distinguished at the battle of Edge Hill, 
and the victory of Roundaway Down. This 
family is descended from Ralph De Buron, who 
held lands in Notts and Derby, temp. \\'illiam I, 
and were feudal Barons of Horestan. Residence 
— Cottage of Heath, Hampstead, N.W. : Lang- 
ford Grove, Maldon, Essex. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Bachelors'. 

Adm. GEORaE Anso.v Byron, 7th Baron Byron, b. 
8 March, 1789; m. 18 March, 1816, Elizabeth Mary (d.20 
Aug. 1873), dau. of Sacheverell Cliandos-Pole, and d. 
1 March, 1868. Issue — 

1. George Anson Byron, 8th Baron Byron, b. 
30 June, 1818 ; m. 3 Aug. 1843, Lucy (d. 28 May, 
1912), dau. of Rev. William Wescomb, of Thrumpton 
Hall, Notts, and d. 28 Nov. 1870. 

2. The late Hon. Frederick Byron, b. 3 Feb. 1822 ; 
Barr.-at-law: M..A. Oxford; m. 19 Aug. 1851, Mary 
Jane (d. 1 Sept. 1909), dau. of Rev. William Wescomb, 
and d. 4 April, 1861. Issur — 

2. Rev. the Hon. Frederick Ernest Charles 
Byron, b. 26 March. 1861 ; ed. at Oxford. B.A. 
1887 : ord. 1888 ; late cur. of Royston, Herts ; 
was raised to the rank of a Baron's s". by roy. war- 
rant 1877. Residence — Langford Grove, Maldon, 
Essex. Club — Wellington. 
1. Hon. Margaret Alice (pat. of precedence 1870). 

3. The late Rev. the Hon. Augustus Byron, b. 8 June, 
1828 ; m. 8 July, 1852, Froderica (d. 29 March, 1903), 
dau. of Lt.-Gen. Sir Thomas McMahon, 2nd Bt., 
K.C.B., and d. 17 July, 1907. Issue— 

1. Augustus William Byron, b. 23 Feb. 1856: m. 
5 Aug. 1885, Constance Caroline, dau. of Edward 
Clough Taylor, of Firby, Yorkshire. Issue — 

1. Nora Hermione Wentworth. 

2. Ada Constance Frederica. 

1. Mabel Charlotte, m. 7 Jan. 1880, Rev. Charles 
Thomas Moore, and has issue. 

2. Ethel Maud, m. 9 Jan. 1889. Lt.-Col. Horace 
George Clough Tavlor (Club — Junior Carlton). 
Residence— The Hollies, Blabv, Leicester. 

4. The late Rev. the Hon. William Byron. M.A. Ox- 
ford, b. 11 Oct. 1831 ; m. 1st, 4 Feb. 1857, Mary Eliza- 
betli (d. 26 April, 1827), dau. of Vice-Chanc. Sir 
Richard Kindersley : m. 2ad, 23 Nov. 1878, Mary (d. 
2 Oct. 1888), dau. of Rev. John Burnside, and d. 17 
May, 1907. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. George Anson Byron, Barr.-at-law, M.A. O.xford, 
b. 3 March, 1858 ; m. 22 Aug. 1891, Georgiana Male, 
dau. of Sir Francis Burdett, 7th Bt. Residence 
— 55, Queen's Gardens, Lancaster Gate. M'. Clubs — 
Wyndham ; United University. Issue — 

1. Margaret Dorothy. 

2. Rliona Mary. 

2. Wilfrid Byroii, b. 31 Jan. 1871 ; m. 25 Sept. 
1901, Sylvia Mary, dau. of Rev. C. T. Moore. Issue — 

1. Rupert Frederick George Byron, b. 13 Aug. 
1903. 

2. Maurice Augustus William Byron, b. 12 March 
1907. 

1. Daphne Mary. 

1. Eleanor Mary, m. 21 Jan. 1885, Henry Seymour 
Hoare, and has issue. 

2. Edith Mary, m. 19 Jan. 1888, Maj. Gerard 
Thomas Noel, late Durham L.I. 

3. Katherine Mary, m. 5 July, 1894, William Robert 
Campion, M.P.. and has issue. Residences — Row- 
lands, Roffey, Horsham ; 6, Bryanston Square, W. 

CADOGAN, 5th Ead. Great. 27 Dec. 1800 ; 
Vise. Chelsea. 8 Mav, 1800 ; Baron Cadogan, 
10 Sept. 1718 (G.B.') ; Baron Oaklev. 1831 
(U.K.) ; P.C. 1885 : K.G. 1891.— George 
Henry Cadogan, s. of 4th Earl. B. at Dur- 
ham, 12 May, 1840 ; m. 1st, 1865. Lady Beatrix 
Jane (d. 1907 ; Order of Mercy 1906)", dau. of 
William, 2nd Earl of Craven ; m. 2nd. 12 Jan. 
1911, his 2nd cousin. Countess Adele Palagi, dau. 
of Count Neri and Olivia, Countess Palagi. and 
grand-dau. of late Gen. the Hon. Sir George Cado- 
gan, K.C.B.. sue. his father 1873; was M.P. for Bath 
for a few months previous to his succession to the 
title ; parliamentary under-sec. for War 1875 ; 



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[CAITHNESS 



under-sec. for the Colonies, 1878-80 ; Lord Privy 
Seal 1886-92, with a seat in the cabinet 1887-92 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1895-1902, when he re- 
tired ; is an hereditary trustee of the British 
Museum ; hon. LL.D. Dublin 1899 ; J.P. Middle- 
sex. Suffolk, and Norfolk ; hon. col. 5th City 
of London Regt. ; hon. col. Unattached List ; 
C.C. London 1895, but resigned same year ; Mayor 
of Chelsea 1900. The 1st Peer was a distin- 
guished military commander in the reign of 
Queen Anne. Residences — Chelsea House, Cado- 
gan Place, S.W. ; Culford Hall, Bury St. Ed- 
munds, Suffolk. Clubs — Carlton ; Travellers' ; 
Turf. Issue by 1st m. — • 

1. The Late Heioiy Akthur CADoa.iN, Viscount 
Chelsea, D.L. London, capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. Fus., 
and sometime private sec. to First Lord of the Trea- 
sury ; M.P. for Bury St. Edmunds 1892-1900 ; m. 
oO April, 1892, Hon. Mildred Cecilia Harriet Sturt, 
(Admiral Hon. SirHedworth Meux, G.C.B., see Kiiight- 
a2"), dau. of 1st Baron Aiington; m. 2nd, 18 April, 
1910; and d. 2 July, 1908. Issue living — 

1. Hon. Sybil Louise Beatrix (H.R.H. the Duchess 
of Fife sponsor), extra maid of honour to the Queen 
since 1914. 

2. Hon. Edith Mary Winifred, 
o. Hon. Cynthia. 

4. Hon. Alexandra Mary Hilda (Queen Alexandra 
sponsor). 

5. Hon. Victoria Laura. 

2. Gee.\ld Oakley Cadogan, Viscount Chelsea, 
I'. 2S May, 1869 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly capt. 3rd 
B:i.tt. Suffolk Kcgt., sometime A.D.C. to Lords-Lieu- 
tenant of Ireland (Earl Cadogan, and Earl of Dudley) ; 
late lieut. 1st Life Gds. ; served in S. African war in 
S.A. Constabulary; m. 7 June, 1911, LiUan Eleanor 
Marie, o. dau. of George Coxon. of Craigleigh, 
Cheltenham. Issue living — 

Hon. William Gerald Charles Cadogan, b. 13 Feb. 
. 1914. 
' Hon. Beatrix Lilian Ethel. 

3. Hon. Lewin Edward Cadogan, b. 9 Oct. 1872 ; ed. 
at Eton. 

4. Maj. the Hon. William George Sydney Cadogan, 
luth Hussars; b. 31 Jan. 1879; ed. at Eton, and 
R.M.C., Sandhurst; served in S. African war; 
equerrv to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales from 1912 ; 
M.V.O. 1906. Clubs— Turf ; Wliite's. 

5. Hon. EdwardCecil George Cadogan, b. 5 ISov. 1880 ; 
ed. at Oxford ; B.A. ; Barr.-at-law ; 2nd lieut. Suffolk 
Y. ; unsuccessfully contested King's Lynn 1910 ; priv. 
sec. to the Speaker of the House of Commons (Rt. 
Hon. J. W. Lowther) since Jan. 1911. 

6. Hon. Alexander George Montagu Cadogan, b. 
25 Js"ov. 1884 ; m. 3 Aug. 1912, Lady Theodosia Louise 
Augusta Acheson, dau. of 4th Earl of Gosford ; ed. 
at Eton and Oxford ; 3rd sec. diplomatic service, 
since 1910. 

1. Emily Julia, m. 7 Feb. 1893, 3rd Baron Lurgan ; 
he d. 12 Dec. 1909. 

2. Sophie Beatrix Mary, m. 29 June, 1896, Sir Samuel 
Scott, 6th Bt. 

Henry Charles Cadogan, 4th Earl Cadogan, P.O., 
b. 1.5 Feb. 1812 : m. 13 Julv, 1836, Mary Sarah 
(d. 11 Feb. 1873), dau. of Rev. the Hon. Gerald Valerian 
Wcllesley. D.D., and d. 8 June, 1873. Issue— 

1. Georgb Henry, 5th and pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Arthur Charles Cadogan. b. 23 June, 1841 ; 
m. 1st, 9 April, 1870, Alice Charlotte (d. 16 Sept. 1877), 
dau. of late Richard Arabin ; m. 2nd, 25 Jan. 188S, 
Mary (d. 6 Jan. 1914) dau. of Rev. George Livingston 
Lenton, and widow of G. W. Schofield, late capt. 3rd 
Middlesex Mil., formerly lieut. R.N. Residence — 

2, Ryder Street, S.W. Club— Carlton. 

3. Commr. the Hon. Cecil George James Cadogan, 
R.N. (ret), Flag-lieut. to Adm. Sir George Eliot when 
comm.-in-cliief at Portsmouth, b. 27 March , 1 846. Resi- 
dence — 2, Ryder Street,, St. James, S.W. Clubs — 
Carlton ; Naval and Military. 

■'. The late Capt. Hon. Charles George Heiirv Cadogan, 
late Gren. Gds., b. 14 June, 1850 ; m. 20 June, 1874, 
Henriette Wilhelmina (m. 2nd, 25 Nov. 1903, Harry 
Hinton, of Funchal, Madeira, and d. 24 Sept. 1913), 
rlau. of Henry Montgomery, of Gothenburg, and d. 30 
Sept. 1901. Issue— 

1. Victor Henry Arnold Cadogan, b. 14 July, 1879 ; 
m. 5 Oct. 1905, Lily (m. 2nd, 27 April, 1912, 
Geoffrey Maclaren), dau. of H. C. N. Suter, and d. 
14 Feb. 1910. 

2. John Cecil Cadogan, b. 15 March, 1883 • m. 25 
Oct. 1911, Ella, dan. of Gustav Krafft, of Gothen- 
burg, and Sais, Sweden. Residence — 28,Campavnc 
Gardens, N.W. Issue — 

Erik Cadogan, b. 22 May, 1913. 
i 3. Lieut. Francis Charles Cadogan, R.N., F.Z.S., 



F.R.G.S., b. 1 Jan. 1885 ; m. 2 Sept. 1913, Ruth 
Evelyn, dau. of Sir E. Stafford Howard, K.C.B., and 
widow of Gardner S. Bazley, of Hatherop Castle. 

Daughters livhig of Hon. Frederick William Cadogan, 

4th s. of George , 3rd Earl Cadogan — 

1. Charlotte Louisa Emily, m. 9 Jan. 1883, Rev. 
Henry Montagu Villiors, M.A. (d. 9 Sept. 1908), 
Prebend, of St. Paul's Cathedral, and has issue. 
Residence — 7, Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, W. 

2. Hon. Ethel Henrietta Mary, V.A., maid of honour, 
and afterwards Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen 
Victoria. Residence — 47, Brorapton Square, S.W. 

3. Margaret Jane Caroline, m. 6 Feb. 1892, Ma], the 
Hon. Walter Lewis Bagot, D.S.O. {see Bagot, Baron). 

CAIRD, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Croat. 8 Feb. 1913. 
— Sir James Key Caied, s. of Edward Caird, of 
Finnart on Loch Long, co. Dumbarton, by Mary, 
dau. of James Key, of Arbirlot, co. Forfar. B. at 
Dundee 7 Jan. 1837 ; m. 19 July, 1873, Sophia 
Margaret (d. 15 March, 1882), dau. of George Gray, 
banker, of Bowerswell, Perth ; ed. at Dundee 
and London Univ. ; is a prominent Dundee 
merchant and jute manufacturer ; hon. LL.D. 
St. Andrews. Residences — Belmont Castle, 
Meigle, Perthshire ; 8, Roseangle, Dundee. 
Club — Roy. Thames Yacht. Issue — None. 

CAIRNS, 4th EarL Croat. 27 Sept. 1878 ; 
Vise. Garmoyle, co. Antrim, 1878 ; Baron Cairns, 
27 Feb. 1867 (U.K.).— Wilfrid Dallas Cairns, 
s. of 1st Earl. B. 28 Nov. 1865 ; m. 28 Nov. 
1894, Ohve, dau. of J. P. Cobbold, late M.P., of 
the Cliff, Ipswich ; sue. his brother 1905 ; ed. at 
Wellington ; lieut. -col. commdg. 5th Batt. Rifle 
Brig. ; served in S.A. war. Residence — 
Farleigh House, Bath. Clubs — Carlton ; Ar- 
thur's. Issue — 

1. Hugh Wilfrid John Cairns, Vise. Garmoyle 
b. 9 June, 1907. 

2. Hon. David Cliarles Cairns, b. 3 July, 1909. 

1. Lady Hester Margaret. 

2. Lady Ursula Helen. 

3. Lady Sheila Mary. 

4. Lady Katherine Olive. 

Sir Hugh McCalmont Cairns, 1st E.«tL Cairns, P.C, 
LL.D., D.C.L., t^\-ice Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, 
b. 27 Dec. 181 9 ; m. 9J May, 1856, Mary Harriet 
(Residence — Lindisfarne, Bournemouth),^ dau. of John. 
MacNeile, of Parkmount, co. Antrim, and d. 2 April, 
1885 Issue — 

1. Arthur WHiLiAM Cairns, 2nd Earl Cairn.s, b. 
21 Dec. 1861 ; m. 19 Dec. 1887, Olivia Elizabeth 
(m. 2nd, 1 June, 1899, Roger Cyril Sloane Stanley; 
Residence — Paultons, ■ Romsey, Hants, dau. of Alex- 
ander A. Berens, and d. 14 Jan. 1890. Issue — 

Lady Rosemary Kathleen Virginia m. 20 April, 
1909, Wyndham R. Portal (see Portal, Bt.). 

2. Herbert John Cairns, 3rd Earl Cairns, b. 17 
July, 1863 ; d. unm. 14 Jan. 1905. 

3. WiLFRin Dallas pres. Earl. 

4. Hon. Douglas Halyburton, b. 5 Sept. 1867 ; 
m. 21 Jan. 1908, Lady Constance Anne Montagu- 
Douglas-Scott, dau. of 6th Duke of Buccleuch ; ed. 
at Oxford, B.A. : J.P. Northumberland. Resi- 
dence — Carnack, Nairn, N.B. Club — Arthur's. 
Issue — 

Hugh William Cairns, b. 27 Jan. 1911. 

Helen Christina. 
1. Lady Kathleen Mary, m 30 July, 1896, Rev. 
Edward Francis Wbateley Eliot, M.A. Residence- 
All Souls Vicarage, Eastbourne. 

CAITHNESS, 18th Earl of. Croat. 28 Aug. 
1455 ; Baron Berriedale 1455 ; Bt. 17 
June, 1631 (S. ). — Norm.an Macleod Buchan 
Sinclair, s. of 16th Earl. B. 4 April, 1862 ; sue. 
his bro. 1914 ; m. 21 Dec. 1893, Lilian, dau. of 
late Higford Higford, of Hartstield, Betchworth ; 
ed. at Uppingham, and Camb. ; B.A. 1884 ; 
sue. his cousin, Louisa Buchan of Auch- 
macoy, 18 April, 1910, and assumed the name 
and arms of Buchan, 1911. The 16th Earl 
established his claim to the Earldom before the 
Sheriff in Chancery, Scotland, 1890, deriving his 
descent from Robert Sinclair of Durran (d. 1709), 
s. of Sir James Sinclair of Mey, Bart., and an 
ancestor of the 15th Earl. The 1st Earl was Lord 
Chancellor of Scotland, and was 3rd Earl of Ork- 
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when those islands became the property of 
James III, by his marriage with Margaret of 
Denmark. Residence — Auchmacoy House, 

Aberdeen. Ckilj — Caledonian. Issue — 

1 . Lady Olivia. 

2. Lady Diana. 

3. Lady Lucy. 

4. Ladv Augusta Lilian. 
,T.\MEs ArcrsTi's Sivclair, 16th Earl of C.uthness, 
b. 31 May, 1S27 : m. 26 April, 1855, Janet (d. 5 Feb. 1906), 
dau. of 'R. Macleod, M.D., of London, and d. 20 Jan. 
1891. Issue— 

1. John SrTHERLAXD Sinclair, 17th Karl of Caith- 
N'E^:^, b. 17 Sept. 1857; d. 30 May, 1914. 

2. XoRMAX MACLEOD Bfchan SINCLAIR, pres. Earl. 

3. Rev. the Hon. Charles Augustus sincl.iir, 
Heir Pres., b. 11 May, 1865 ; m. 25 Oct. 1899, Mary 
Ann, dau. of Rev, Edward Harnian, Rector of Pick- 
well, Leicestcrsliire ; ed. at Aberdeen Univ. and 
Oxford ; M.A. 1892 ; ord. 1890 ; cur. of St. Barna- 
bas, Kensington, 1890-2, and of Homsey 1892-8; 
Rector of Hempsted, Gloucester, since 1898. Issue — 

1. James Roderick, b. 29 Sept. 1906. 

1. Janet. 

2. Nicol.T, Marianne. 

3. Margaret Alison. 
•1. Hon. txeorge Arthur Sinclair, b. 28 April. 1874 ; 
ed. at Trin. Coll., Glenahnoud ; is in Legal Dept. 
Board of Trade. Residene( — 21, Sunderland Terrace, 
V\'estbourne Gardens, \Y. Club — Caledonian. 

1. Lady Margaret Helen. 

2. Lady Eupliemia \Vilhelmina. 
3 Lady Meredith Isabel. 

4. Lady Mary Jessie. 

CALCUTTA, 11th Bishop of. Fonnde 1 1814.— 
^losT Rbv. George Alfred Lefboy, D.D., s. of 
Very Rev. Jeffry Lefroy. Dean of Droinore, by 
Helena, dan. of Rev. Frederick Trench, of Athy, 
CO. Kildare. B. in Ireland, 1854 ; ed. at Marl- 
borough and Camb. (1st class theol. ) ; M.A. 
1882. D.D. 1889, D.D. Oxford 1908, D.O.L. 
Punjab 1913: ord. 1879; Cambi-idge Univ. Mis- : 
sionary at Delhi 1879-99, Bishop of Lahore 
1899-1913, when he was translated to this see. 
The diocese extends over the presidency of Ben- 
gal, Bihar and Orissa and Assam, and the Bishop 
is ^Metropolitan in India and Ceylon ; stipend 
Rs. 3,831 per month. Residence — The Palace, 
Calcutta. 

CALDWELL, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1910. 
— Rt. Hoy. .James Caldwell, s. of Findley Cald- 
well, of CJlasgow. B. 1839 ; ed. at Glasgow and 
Edinburgh Univs. ; called to the Scotch Bar 
1804 ; M.P. St. Rollox div. Glasgow, 1880-92, 
for Mid-Lanarkshire 1894-1910 ; dep.-chrmn. 
of Ways and ]\Ieans and dep. Speaker 1900-10 ; 
J.P. Lanarkshire. Residences — 107, Holland 
Road, Kensington, W. ; 12, Grosvenor Terrace, 
Glasgow. Clubs — Reform ; National Liberal ; 
Liberal (Glasgow). 

CALEDON, 5th Earl oL Great. 1 Jan. 1801 ■ 
Vise. Caledon. 23 Nov. 1797 ; Baron Caledon' 
<i June. 179a (I.)._Eric J.ames Desmond 
Alexander, s. of 4th Earl. B. 9 Aug. 1885 • 
sue. his father 1898 : ed. at Eton ; 2nd lieut' 
1st Life Gds. 1908. lieut. 1911. The 1st Earl 
filled nnportant offices in India. Residences 
—Caledon, co. Tyrone ; Tittenhanger Park, St. 
Albans ; 5, Carlton House Terrace, S.W. 
James DU Pre Ale.xander, 3rd Earl of Cuedon 
capt. Colds. Gds.. col., of th.e Tyrone Militia a ren' 
peer, b. 27 July, 1812 ; m. 4 Sept. 1845, Lady Jane 
rredencaH.arriot Mary Griinston(d.30 March IS'^S IV 4 
extra Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria don" 
«1 1st Earl of v^rulam, and d. 30 .Tun, i^'" Tt's;,,?.!^ 
1. James Alexander, 4th E.\rl of Culdon k P ' 
SiHn'Jp'"'- ^'* ^^'f" ^^''- ' »"^'- ^^'' B-'^tt- Roy.'innis- I 
ri. 9 Oct, i^M. Ladv Elizabeth (Jraham Toler 
, Residences-Tittenhanger Park, St. Albans ; 5 Co^l 
IZT^I^Clhls^-^:^^' ^^'^ ^-' °f ^orbury , 
1 Eric J D. Alexander, pres. Earl 
Fu^^^ ^s'^Nof 'is.'^"Tn •^^^^■^^^"^«' Heir' 

?9"oir(dc;pftche°s:Fnr,?^.:i'^?r)- '"' i^-^"---"'^'^ 

3. Hon. Harold Rupert Leofric George Alex-nder 
b, 10 Dec. 1891 ; ed. at R.M.C. ; 2nd iTeutS 



Cids. since 1911. Has Croix de Chevalier de 
Legion d'Honneur. 

4. Hon. William Sigismund Patrick Alexander, b. 
10 Xov. 1895 ; 2nd lieut. Irish Gds, 1914. 

2. Lt.-Col. Hon. Walter Philip Alexander, b. 9 Feb. 
1849 : m. 13 April, 1882, Margar't Katherine, dan. 
of late Rev. the Hon. Francis Sylvester Grimston ; ed. 
at Harrow ; late It.-eol. conimdg. and Iiou. col. Scots 
Greys ; has the Order oi St. Anne (Russia). Resi- 
dence — Sutton Veuy, Warminster. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Cavalry. Issue — 

Philip Sylvester Alexander, b. 6 Feb. 1883. 
Marv. 

3. The^late Hon. diaries Alexander, b. 26 Jan. 1854 ; It.- 
col. 3rd Batt. Inniskilling Fus. (M.) ; served in Egypt 
1882 : m., 1880, Kate (Residence — Sesskinawaddy, 
Castledera, co. Tyrone), dau. of Charles Stayner, of 
Halifax. Nova Scotia, and d. 27 Oct. 1909. Issue— 

1. Conn Alexander, late lieut, Gren, Gds,, late capt. 
3rd Batf. Roy. Inniskilling Fus. ; b. 2 Jan, 1883 ; 
m. 26 iMarch, 1906, Gladys Constance, dau, of late 
Thomas W. Grimshaw, C.B., M.D. Residence — 
Sesskinawaddy, Castlederg, co. Tyrone. Issue — 

James Conn Ale.xander, b. 11 June, 1907. 

Mona. 

1. Sheelagh. 

2. Cethlenu. 

1. Ladv Jane Charlotte Elizabeth, m. 1 Sept. 1887, 
Capt. Van Kouglmet, R.N., C.M.G., J.P,, who d. 27 
Mar. 1905. Residence — Bareleigh, Aston, Herts. 

CALEDONIA (B.C.), Snd Bishop of. Founded 
1879. — Rt. Rev. Frederick Herbert Du Ver- 
NET, D.D. B. 1800 : ecL at K.C.W., Nova 
Scotia, and ■\\'ychffe Coll., Toronto. 1880 ; ord. 
1883 ; cur. of St. James the Apostle. Montreal, 
1883-4 ; Diocesan Missioner, Montreal. 1884-5 ; 
prof, of Practical Theol. in Wycliffe Coll. and cur. 
of St. Paul's, Toronto, 1885-95 ; Rector of St. 
John, West Toronto, 1895-1904. when he was 
consecrated to the above see. Pres. Anglican 
Theological Coll. B.C. and Acting Metropolitan 
of B.C. Residence — Prince Rupert, British 
Columbia. Issue — 

Horace Du Vernet, is m. Residence Giterouga, B.C. 
Alice Frances Mary. 

CALGARY (Alberta, Canada), 1st Bishop of. 

Is a new diocese, founded 1888, and annexed 
temporarily to Saskatchewan 1888-1903. — 
Rt. Rev. William Cyprian Pinkham, D.D,, 
D.C.L. B. in Newfoundland : m. 1808. Jean A., 
dau. of William Drever, of Orkney and Winnipeg ; 
ed. at St. Augustine's Coll. Canterburv ; B.D. 
Lambeth 1880 : D.D. University of Manitoba, 
D.C.L. Trinity Univ. Toronto, and Alberta ; for- 
merly Archdeacon of Manitoba, and Canon of 
St. John's Cathedral, Winnipeg ; consecrated to 
the see of Saskatchewan 1887 : Bishop of Sas- 
katchewan 1887-1903. The extent of the dio- 
cese is over 06,000 square miles: in 1913, the 
northern part of what was previouslv this diocese 
was made into a new bishopric of Edmonton. 
Residence — Bishoi^'s Court, Calgary, Canada. 

CALLAN, Vise. See Denbic;h, Earl of. 

CALNE, Vise. Sec L.ansdowne. JIarq. 

CALTHORPE, 8th Baron. Great. 15 June, 
1790; Bt. April, 1728 (G.B. ),— Somerset 
Frederick Gough-C.althorpe. s. of 7th Baron. 
B. 23 Dec. 1802 ; m. 22 July, 1891. Jlary. dau. of 
Ogden Hoffman Burrows, of Newport," U.S.A. ; 
sue. his father 1912 ; late lieut. 3rd Batt. Hants 
Regt. and capt. 5th Batt. Roy. Fus. The 1st 
Peer represented Bramber in "parliament from 
1774-1790. Residences — Bungalow. Hassocks ; 
Perry Hall, Birmingham. Issue — 

Hon. Frederick So.merset CtOugh-Calthokpe, b. 

27 May, 1892. 
Frederick Gouch, 4th Baron Calthorpe. M.P. for 
Bramber 1826-30, b. 14 June, 1790 ; m. 12 .A.ug. 1823, 
Lady Charlotte Sopliia Somerset, dau. of 6th Duke of 
Beaufort, and d. 2 May. 1868. Issue — 

Frederick Henry William Gough-Calthorpe, 

5th Baeon Calthorpe, b. 24 Julv, 1826; d., num., 

26 June, 1893. 

Augustus Cholmondeley Gough-Calthorpe, 6th 



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[CAMOYS 



Barox Calthorpe, D.L., J.P. for Warwick, Stafford, 1 
and Hants, b, S Xov. 1829 ; m. 22 July, 1869, Maud \ 
Augusta Louisa (Residence — 38, Grosvenor Square, 
W.), dau. of Co!, the Hon. Oc^avius Duncombe, and i 
d. 22 July, 1910. Issue living — ; 

1. Hon. Eacliel. m. 11 Oct. 1898, FitzRoy Hamilton i 
LIoyd-Anstruther, o. s. of Col. Lloyd-Austruther, 
of Hintlcsham Hall, Suffolk, who assumed by Royal ; 
licence, 1910. the additional surnames and arms ; 
of Goush-Caithorpe. Residences — Elvetham Hall, 
Winchfield, Hants ; 

2. Hon. Constance, m. 8 Oct. 1907, Sir Eustace W. 
W. Wrixon-Becher, Bt. 

3. Hon. Hilda, m. 20 Oct. 1903, Lord Walter J. 
Hervey (see BRISTOL, Marq. of). 

4. Hon. Dorothy, Order of Mercy, m. 27 April, 
1905, James. 5th Earl of Malmesbury. 
Somerset John Gough-Calthorpe, 7th Baron 
Calthorpe, K.C.B., b. 23 Jan. 1831 ; It.-gen., col. 
5th Dragoon Gds., col. 5tli Lancers ; served in Crimea ; 
J.P. for Warwick, Stafford, and Hants; m. 28 Jan. 
1862, Eliza Maria (Woodlands Vale, Ryde, I. of W.), 

0. c. of late Capt. Frederick Chamier, R.X., and 
widow of Capt. Fred Crewe, and d. 12 Nov. 1912. 
Issue — 

1. Somerset Frederick Gough-Calthorpe, pres. 
B.aron. 

2, Rear Adm. the Hon. Somerset Arthur Gough-Cal- 
thorpe. b. 23 Dec. 1864 ; m. 27 Feb. 1900, Eflfte, dau. 
of late Hon. Robert Dunsmuir, of Craigdarroch, Vic- 
toria, British Columbia ; entd. R.N. 1878 : lieut. 1886 ; 
commdr. 1896, capt. 1902, capt. of the fleet and 
commodore (1st cl.) 1909 ; rear-adm. 1911 ; naval 
A.D.C. to the King 1910-11 ; naval attache to 
Russia and Xorway and Sweden 1902-5 : commdg. 
2nd Cruiser Squadron, 1914; il.V.O. (4th class 
1906 ; C.V.O. 1910 ; C.B. (civil) 1912. Residences 
—9, Stratton Street, W. ; Woodlands Yale, Ryde, 
Isle of Wight. 

1. Hon. I,eila Mabel. 

2. Hon. Leila Evelyn, m. 14 Feb. 1899, Cecil 
Grosvenor Wilson, s. of late John Wilson Wilson, of 
The Grove, Market Drayton. Residence — Ashurst 

"House, Pulborough, Sussex. 

CAMDEN, 4th Marq. Creat. 7 Sept. 1812: 
Earl of Brecknock. 1812 (U.K.); Ear! Camden, 
13 May, 178o ; Vise. Bayham, 1786 ; Baron 
Camden, 17 Julv, 17t>o (G.B.). — Johx Charles 
Peatt, s. of 3rd Marci., B. 9 Feb. 1872 : m. 
2 June, 1898, Joan Marion, dau. of Lord Henry 
Nevill, and grand-dau. of 1st Marq. of Aber- 
gavenny : sue. his father 1872 ; ed. at Eton and 
Canib. ; Lord-Lieut, for Kent ; maj. West Kent 
Y. ; hon. col. 4th Home Counties (Howitzer) 
Brigade, R.F.A. (TD.) ; late lieut. 3rd Baft. 
Roy. Sussex Regt. (M.) ; J.P. Sussex and Kent ; 
has TD. and Order of League of Mercy : Pies. 
Kent Terr. Force Assocn. ; patron of one living. 
The 1st Earl was Chief Justice of tlie Common 
Pleas 1761, Lord Chancellor 170(). and Lord 
President of the Council 1784. Residence — 
Bayham Abbey, Lamberliurst, Kent. Issue — 

1. John Charles Henry, Earl of Brecknock, b. 12 
April, 1899. 

1 . Lady Irene Helen. 

2. Lady Fiona. 

George Charles Pratt, 2nd Marq. Camden, E.G., b. 
2 May, 1799 ; summoned to the House of Lords as Baron 
Camden in 1835 ; sue. Ms father 8 Oct. 1840 ; m. 27 
Aug. 1835, Harriet, dau. of Kt. Rev. George Murray, 
D.D.,Bp. of Rochester, and d. 6 Aug. 1866. Issue— 

1. John Charles Pratt, 3rd Marq. Camden, b. 30 
Jime, 1840; D.L., M.P. for Brecknock; maj. West 
Kent Yeo. ; m. 12 July, 1866, Clementine 
Augusta (m. 2nd, 28 Dec. 1876, Capt. Philip Green, 
9»h Lancers (d. 18 Nov. 1894), and d. 27 March, 1886), 
r'.au. of 6t!i Duke of Marlborough, and d. 4 May, 1872. 
Issue living — 

John Charles Pratt, pres. Marq. 
Lady Clementine Frances Anne, m. 26 July, 1890, 
Hon. Arthur H. J. Walsh (see Ormathwaite, B.). 

2. Lord George Murray Pratt, b. 14 Jan. 1843 ; m. 
2 July, 1879, Hon. Charlotte Harnian, dau.of Henrj- 
1st Baron Cheylcsmore ; od. at Eton; lieut. Greri. 
Gds. 1862-9. It.-col. (ret.) 3rd Berkshire Regt. (M.). 
Residence — Meadow Bank, Winkfield, Windsor. Club 
—Pratt's. 

'.'. The late Lord Charles Robert Pratt, b. 31 July, 1847 ; 
i'.-col. Oxfordshire L.I. ; m. 5 Oct. 1881. Florence Maria 
(Hilden Oaks. Tonbridge), dau. of Maj. G. R. Steven- 
son, 7th Dragoon Gds., and d. 8 Au2. 1905. Issue — 

1. Rev. CY'cil John Charles Pratt, B.A. Camb., b. 
27 Aug. 1886 ; cur. of St. Mary, Newcastle-on-Tvne. 

2. Rev. Ronald Arthur Frederick Pratt, M.A. Camb. ; 



cur. of St. Matthew, Bethnel Green, E., twin with 

above. 

1. Sybil Madeline Georgina Pratt. 

1. Lady Frances Sarah Harriet. Residence — The 
Grove, Seal, Sevenoaks. 

2. Lady Caroline Elizabeth. 

3. Lady Eleanor Margaret, m. 1 Dec. 1911, Lt.-Col. 
William Hill James, J.P. (Clubs — Army and Navy ; 
United Service). Residence — 7, Lowndes Street, S.W. 

4. Lady Mary Eleanor Elizabeth. 

5. Lady Elizabeth Louisa. 

6. Lady Clara Isabella. 

7. Lady Theresa Sarah. 

CAMERON, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 7 Aug. 
1893. — Sm Chaicles Cameron, s. of John 
Cameron (d. 22 Oct. 1873). new.spaper pro- 
prietor, of Glasgow and Dublin, by Ellen (d. 
31 May, 1846), dau. of Alexander Galloway, of 
Edinburgh. B. 18 Dec. 1841 ; m. 1st, 2 Feb. 
1869, Frances Caroline, (d. 2.5 Jan. 1899), dau. 
of James William Macauley. M.D. : 2nd, 14 July, 
1900, Blanche, dau. of Arthur Perman. of Stoke 
Newington, ed. at Madras College, St. Andrews, 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, and the Medical Schools of 
Paris, Berlin and Vienna : first senior medical prize- 
man, Dublin, 1860 ; first sen. med. exhibitioner 
1861 ; prize essayist and gold medallist, Dublin 
Pathological Soc. ; first senior moderator and 
gold medallist, B.A. and first in Exam, for M.B. 
and Master in Surgery 1862 ; M.D. and M.A, 
1865 ; LL.B. and LL.D. 1871 ; edited the -'North 
British Daily JIail " 1864-74 : M.P. (G.) Glasgow 
1874-85 : for College Div. of Glasgow 1885-95, 
and Bridge ton Div. 1897-1900 ; author of numer- 
ous papers on medical and scientific subjects ; 
brought forward the Resolution in the House of 
Commons which led to the introduction of the 
sixpenny telegram, and initiated the Inebriates 
Acts and many important pieces of legislation 
affecting Scotland ; memb. Roy. Commn. on 
Liquor Licensing Laws 1895 ; J.P. Lanarkshire 
and Renfrewshire ; D.L., J.P. eo. of city of Glas- 
gow. Residence — Glenridge. Virginia Water, 
Surrey. 

Lssue by 1st m. — 

Frances Eleanor, m. 1st, 21 Feb. 1900, Commander 

Clifton Sclater, R.N. (he was lost in sea in H.M.S. 

"Condor" in Dec. 1901); m. 2nd, 6 April, 1904, 

Otto Rothfield, I.C.S. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

John Cameron, Heir, b. 26 Nov. 1903. 

Margaret Lilian 

CAMOYS, 5th Baron (E.). Creat. 20 Aug. 
1383. — Ralph Francis Julian Stonor, s. of 
4th Baron. B. 28 Jan. 1884 : m. 25 Nov. 1911, 
Mildred, dau. of the late William Watts Sher- 
man, of Newport, New York ; sue. his father 
1897 ; late capt. Oxfordshire Y. This peerage 
had been in abeyance from the reign of Henry 
VI., when the 2nd Baron d. a minor ; it was 
called out in 1839, in favour of the great- 
grandson, maternally, of the eld. of the co-heirs 
of the 2nd Baron. Seat — Stonor Park, Henley- 
on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Issue — 
Hon. Ralph Robert Watts Sherman Stonor, b. 
5 Julv, 1913, 
Thomas Stonor, b. 22 Oct. 1797, was summoned to 
Parliament by writ in 1839 as 3rd Baron Camoys, as 
the heir of his great-grandmother, Mary Biddulph, 
being the eldest of the co-heirs of Hugh, 2nd Lord 
Camoys (who d. a minor 12 Aug. 1426, since when the 
barony h.ad been in abeyance) ; m. 25 July, 1821, Frances 
(d. 5 April, 1880), dau. of Peregrine Edward Towneley, of 
Towneley, Lanes., and d. 18 Jan. 1881 . Issue — 

1. Hon. Francis Stonor. D.L., J.P., b 5 Jan 1829; 
clerk in the House of Lords ; m. 25 Sept. 1855, Elise 
(d. April, 1883), dau. of Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Peel, and 
d. 10 Jan. 1881. Issue — 
1. Francis Robert Stonor, 4th b.«on Camoys, 
b. 9 Dec. 1856 ; lieut. Oxfordshire Y'eo. ; lord-in- 
waiting to Queen Yictoria : m. 14 Sept. 1881, JESSIE 
Philippa (m. 2nd, 3 Sept. 1914, Sir Evelyn Ruggles 
Brise, K.C.B. (see Knightagel. Residences — Barton 
Lodge, Windsor Forest ; 62, Curzon Street, W.), 
dau.of Robert Russell Carew. of Carpenders Park, 
Watford, and d. 14 July, 1897. Issue— 

1. Ralph F. J. Stonor, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Edward Maurice Stonor, b. 2 May, 1885 
Capt. 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. Club— New 



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CAMPBELL 



3. Hon. Hugo RolxTt AVilliain Stonor, b. 5 Oct. 
1887. 

4 Hon. Howard Carcw Stonor^ b. 2 April, 1S93. 
2nd liout. 4th Hatt. Bedford KfjZt. 1914. 
2 Hon. Hcnrv Julian Stonor (pat. of precedence 
1881), C.V.O."(1909), b. 17 Nov. 1859: groom-in- 
waiting and gentleman usher to the King, formerly 
to Xing Edward VII and Queen Victoria : Cheva- 
lier of Legion of Honour 1905. Address— St. 
James's Palace, S.W. Clubs— Marlborough ; Turt. 
S. Hon. Edward Alexander Stonor (pat. of prece- 
dence 1881), b. 16 Oct. 1867 ; 2nd lieut. Koy. Flymg 
Corps- m. 16 Jan. 1899, Christine, dau. of Eichard 
Ealli. banker, of Smvrna, and widow of Ambrose 
Ealli : late Hi ut. O.xfordshire Yeo. ; is clerk in 
the Parliament ottice, House of Lords. Kesidence— 
■17. Monfuuu S(|uare. W. Club— Turf. Issue- 
Francis Edward Stonor, b. 4 Aug. 1900. 
1. Hon. .lulia Caroline, m. 18 July, 1891, Marquis 
d'Hautpoul. 

1. Hon.Maria,ni. 17 Oct. 1855. Sir Charles F. Smythc, 

7th Bt. 

2. Hon. Harriet, in. 8 Feb. 1864 , 5th Vise. Clitden. 

CAMPBELL, Baron. See Arcjyll, Duke of. 
CAMPBELL, Baron. See Stratheden, Baron. 

CAMPBELL, Privy Counsellor (I.). Apptd. 
1905. — Ht. Hox. James Henry Mussen Camp- 
bell, 3rd s. of William INIussen Campbell, of 
Dublin. B. 4 April. 1851 : m. 1884, Emily, dau. 
of James ]\IacCullap;h, R.M. ; ed. at Kingstown 
School (I.) and Trinity Coll.. Dublin, where he 
.achieved high honours ; called to the Irish 
Bar 1878; Q.C. (I.) 1890; K.C. (E.) 1906; 
Ibencher of King's Inns. 1894 : bencher of Gray's 
Inn 1901 ; :M.P. for St. Stephen's Green, City 
■of Dublin. 1898-1900, for Dublin Univ. since 
1903 ; Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland 1901-5 ; Attor- 
ney-Gen. for Ireland for a few days Doc. 1905. 
Residence — 30, Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin. 
Clubs — Carlton: University (Dub.); Ulster 
(Belfast). 

CAMPBELL, 7th Bt., of Aberuchill (S.). Great. 
1067 or l(i68. — Sir John Alexander Campbell, 
s. of Gth Bt. B. 27 June, 1877 : ed. at Newton 
€oll. Devon : 2nd lieut. Scottish Hor-;e, 1914 ; 
sue. his father 1914. The 1st Bt., a lord of 
justiciary in Scotland, was M.P. for Perthshire 
'1690 to 1702. Residence — Kilbryde Castle, 
Dimblane, Perthshire. 

SiE James Cajipbell, 5th Bt.. J.P. for Gloucester 
Monmouth and Perth ; b. 5 May, 1818 ; col. Gloucester- 
shire E.V. :in. 28 July. 1840, Caroline (d. 9 Dee. 1900), 
■dau. of Admiral Sir Eobert Howe Bromley, Bt., and 
d. 27 March, 1903. Issue — 

Sir Alexander Campbell, 6th Bt., b. at Stoke 
Hall, near Newark, 10 Aug. 1841 ; m. 1st, 6 Feb. 1871, 
Edith Frances Arabella (d. 29 Jan. 1884), dau. of 
Alexander S. Jauncey ; m. 2nd, 4 Oct. 1893, Annie 
Attgusta, dau. of Robert Henry Mitford, and widow 
of Walti'r James, of Elvaston Hall, Kvton-on-Tvne ; 
sue. his father 1903 : ed. at Harrow ; e'nt. R.A. 1861, 
capt. 1874, maj. 1881, It.-col. 1888, col. (retd.) 1894. 
He d. at Cowes 23 May, 1914. 
Issue living by 1st m. — 

Sir John Alexander Coldstream Campbell, 
pres. Bt. 

1. Caroline Sophia, m. 7 July, 1908, Rev. Alexander 
"Wiiitle Blanch, Rector of Colby, Norfolk. 

2. Edith Maud. 

3. Helen May, m. 7 June, 1900, Henry Kenyon 
Daniel, s. of Owen Fisher Daniel, of Ramseatc. 

4. Evelyn, m. 8 Julv , 1899, Francis Jolm Cleverly, 
Lake. Residenc( — Russettings, Westfield Park 
Pinner. 

COCKBURN-CAMPBELL, 5th Bt.(U.K.). Great. 
3 July, 1821. — Sir Alexander Thomas Cock- 
bl'rn-Campbell. s. af 4th Bt. B. in Western 
Australia. 8 Aug. 1872 ; sue. his father 1892 ; 
is clerk to the police court at Wyndham, AV. 
Australia. The 1st Bt. was a distinguished 
militaiy commander ; in 1812 he officiated as 
proxy for the Duke (then Earl) of Wellington 
at his installation as a Knight of the Bath ; he 
wascreat. a Bt.. with remainder to his grandson, 
•who became the 2nd Bt., and next to the issue 
male of his 2nd dau., Isabella Charlotte, Lady 



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Malcolm. The 2nd Bt. assumed the name of 
'< Campbell in 1825 in addition to his patronymic, 
, Cockburn. Residence — Wyndham, Western Aus- 
j tralia. 

Sm THOIL-IS COCKBURN-CAMPBELL, 4TH BT., b at 

Exeter 1845 : president of the Legislative Council of 
Western Australia; m. at Albany, W.A., 1870, LucY 
Anne (Residence— Brooklands, Balingup, W.A.), dau. 
of Arthur Trimmer, of Pootenup, Western Australia, 
and Marv Anne, dau. of Capt. Sir Richard Spencer, 
R N K H., C.B.,and d. 27 Sept. 1892. Issue living— 

1. Sir Alexander Thomas Cockburn-Campbell, 
pres. Bt. 

2. John Stothart Cockburn-Campbell, heir pres., 
b. 31 Oct. 1873. 

1. Grace Lucy. 

2. Racliel Mary Ann, m. 20 April, 1903, Cecil Hedley 
Salmon, of Ringwood, Tasmania. 

3. Lalla. 

CAMPBELL, 4th Bt., of New Brunswick 

(U.K.). Great. 30 Sept. 1831. — Sir Archib.ald 
Augustus Ava Campbell, s. of 3rd Bt., B. 5 
Dec. 1879. The 1st Bt. was commander-in- 
chief of the British forces during the Burmese 
war. and on his return was creat. a Bt. Resi- 
dence — Gibliston, by Colinsburg, Fife. 
M.\j.-Ge\. Sir John Campbell, 2nd Bt., b. 14 April, 
1807: m. 21 Julv. 1841, Helen Margaret(d. 3 May, 1883) o.c. 
of Col. John Crow, E.I.C.S. and fell before Sebastopol 
in command of a division 18 June, 1855. Issue — 

1. Sir Archibald Ava Campbell, 3rd Bt., b. 
27 Jan. 1844; J.P. Fife ; lieut. 95th Regt. • m. 6 Jan. 
1876, Henrietta Ellen Hutton Dawson (d. 15 Aug. 
1911), dau. of Rev. Eusebius Andrewes Uthwatt, 
Rector of Foxcote, Buckingham, and d. 30 March,1913. 
Issue living — 

1. Sir Archibald A. A. Campbell, pres. Bt. 

2. William Andrewes Ava Campbell, heir pees., 
b. 11 Dtc. 1880. 

1. Mary Ava Margaret Campbell. 

2. Augustus Almerie Ava Campbell, b. 19 June, 1846. 
Residence — Westfield. Cupar, Fife. 

3. Blenheim Ava Campbell, b. 30 March, 1848. Resi- 
dence — Westfield, Cupar, Fife. 

1. Elizabeth Margaret. Residence — Westfield, Cupar, 
Fife. 

2. Maria Georgina. 

CAMPBELL, 5th Bt., of Succoth (U.K.). 

Great. 17 Sept. 1808. — Sir Archibald Spencer 
LiNDSEY Campbell, s. of the late George Ramsay 
Campbell (d. 24 Nov. 1861), H.E.I.C.S. (3rd s. 
of 2nd Bt.), and Lucy (d. 24 Nov. 1886), dau. 
of Thomas Spencer Lindsey, of Hollymount, 
CO. Mayo. B. 27 June, 1852 ; m. 18 Jan. 
1887, Harriett Katherine Grace, dau. of Col. 
Reynell-Pack, C.B., late of Avisford, Sussex ; 
sue. his cousin. 17 Feb. 1874 ; ed. at Harrow 
and Oxford ; B.A. 1876 ; advocate Scottish Bar 
1880; D.L., J.P.. Dumbarton; J.P. Argyll 
; and city of Glasgow. The 1st Bt. was lord 
president of the Court of Session in Scotland, 
j under the designation of Lord Succoth, and was 
I elevated to the Baronetage on retiring from that 
office in 1808. The 2nd Bt. was likewise a 
. lord of session under the same title. Residences — 
Garscube, Glasgow : Crarae Lodge, Minard, 
Loch Fyne : 23. Moray Place. Edinburgh. Clubs 
I — Carlton ; National ; New (Edinburgh) ; Wes- 
tern (Glasgow). Issue — 
George Ilay Campbell, b. 20 Jan. 1894. 
Lucy Katherine Grace Campbell. 
Brother living — 

James Ranisav Campbell, b. 23 April, 1855 ; It.-col. 
Shropshire L.L : m. 28 Sept. 1896, Alice Mildred, 
dau. of Sir Victor A. Brooke, 4th Bt. : Residence — 
.■^nlaeliie, Fort Augustus, N.B. Club — Naval and 
Military. 
Sister living — 

Hester Elizalieth Susan Mary Campbell. Residence — 
Carrsleigh, Southborough, Kent, 
l.st Cousin liviiitr — 

Clementina Elizalieth Campbell. Residence — 47 Len- 
nox Gardens, S.W. 

CAMPBELL, 11th Bt., of Auchinbreck (S.). 
Great. 12 .Ian. 1628. — Sir Charles Ralph 
Campbell. .-^. of 8tli Bt.. B. 24 Sept. 1850; 
m. 12 .lune, 1878, Sara, dau. of the Hon. William 



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Bobinson, M.L.C., of Cheviot Hills, N. Z. ; 
sue. his bro. 1902 ; ed. at Edin. Acad., and 
•was engaged in the Geological Survey of Scotland. 
This title was granted with reiiiainder to heirs 
male whatsoever. Residence — Cheviot Hills, 
N.Z. Clubs — Conservative ; Bath. Issue — 

1. Maj. William Robinson Campbell, D.S.O., 14th 
Hussars; b. 11 Seiit. 1879; m. 26 Nov. 1907, Maud 
Kathleen, dau. of the late Capt. S. Y. H. Davenort, 
Ley. N. Lanes. Eegt. ; served in S.A. war 1899- 
1902. Residence— Tlie Lodge, Bembridge, I. of W. 

2. Charles Ralph Campbell, late lieut. 2nd Lite Gds., 
■b. 14 Dec. ISSl. 

3. Norman Uugald Ferrier Campbell, b. 1883. 

4. Louis Hamilton Campbell, b. 1885. 

Sir John Gyton Campbell, Sth Bt., s. of Dugald 
Campbell, of Kildalloig, b. 22 May, 1809 ; was served 
nearest and lawful heir male in general of Sir Dugald 
Campbell, 1st Bt., by the Provost and Magistrate of 
Edinburgh, who ordained that this service be retoured 
to Chancery ; he accordingly assumed title of Bt. 
20 Sept. 1847 ; m. 29 April, 1841, Charlotte (m. 2nd, 16 
Oct. 1855, James Gardiner, and d. 17 Sept. 1903), dau. 
•of Louis Henry Ferrier, of Belsydc, Linlithgow, and d. 
« Dec 1853. Issue — 

1. Sir Louis Henry Dugald Campbell, 9th Bt., 
R.N., b. 2 March, 1844 : d. 18 June, 1875. 

2. Sir Norman Montgomery Abercrombie Campbell, 
10th Bt., b. 2 March, 1846 ; m. 19 May, 1886, 
Isabella Sara (Residence— Napier, N.Z.), dau. of 
Jerome Carandini, Marquis di Sarzano, and widow of 
-George Cotterell ; and d. 25 Dec. 1901. Issue — 

1 . Constance Moria. 

2. Ida Cerise. 

3. Sir Charles Ralph Campbell, pres Bt. 

CAMPBELL, 3rd Bt., of Barcaldine (U.K.). 

€ieat. 30 Sept. 1831 ; C.V.O. 1909. — Sir Dun- 
can Alexander Dundas Campbell, s. of 2nd 
Bt., b. 4 Dec. 1856 ; sue. his father 1880 ; 
■Capt: 3rd Batt. the Black Watch 1881-87 ; 
hon. maj. (ret.) Highland L.I. (M. ); niemb. 
•of Royal Company of Archers, the Sovereign's 
Bodyguard for Scotland ; gentleman \tsher of the 
■Green Rod 1884-95 ; F.R.G.S., F.S.A. Scot. ; 
jr. P. and cominnr. of supply Argyllshire ; Sec. 
to the Order of the Thistle from 1895 ; Carrick 
Pursuivant in the Court of the Lord Lyon since 
Dec. 1909. This family is descended from a s. 
of Sir Duncan Campbell, 1st Bt., of Glenorchy, 
ancestor of the ]Marquess of Breadalbane. Resi- 
dences — 16, Ridgeway Place, Wimbledon ; Bar- 
caldine Castle, Argyllshire ; Earlsfec Hall, Bowers ; 
Gifford, Essex. Clubs — Junior United Service ; 
Roy. Highland, Yacht. 

The late Sir Duncan Campbell, 1st Bt., b. 3 July, 
1786 ; saw much service with tlie Scots Fus. Gds. : 
m. 22 Feb. 1815, Elizabetli Dreghorn, dau. of James 
Dennistoun,of Dennistoun, andd.2 April, 1842. Issue — 

1. The late Sir Alexander Campbell, 2nd Bt. , 
J.P., b. 15 June, 1819; m. 20 Aug. 1855, Harriette 
Augusta Rover (d. 11 Sept. 1909), dau. of Adm. Henry 
Collier, R.N.', serj.-at-armsin Queen Victoria's House- 
hold, Capt. Argyll and Bute Mil. and d. 11 Dec. 1880. 
Issue — 

1. Sm Duncan Alexander Dundas Campbell, 
pres. Bt. 

2. The late Capt. Eric Reginald Duncan Campbell, 
2nd Batt. Princess Victoria's Roy. Irisli Fus., b. 
28 Nov. 1857 ; inspector Lagos constabulary ; gov. 
of prison of Asaba, S. Nigeria 1900-8 ; m. 14 
Nov. 1899, Rose (Residence — Holcombe, St. Mark's 
Road, Henlev-on-Thames), dau. of J. E. Scott, 
J.P., of Oatlahds, Devonport, and d. 21 July, 1900. 
Issue — 

Erica Rose, b. 29 Nov. 1900. 
1. Flora Mary Muriel. Residence — 16, Ridgeway 
Place, Wimbledon. 

2. The late Maj .-Gen. John Peter William Campbell, 
b. 18 March 1824; ni. 1st, 14 Oet.1847, Frances Charlotte 
<d. 1 Jan. 1874), dau. of Alfred William B(gbie,l.C.S. ; 
m. 2nd, 10 Aug. 1875, Louisa (d. 25 April, 1887), dau 
of Alexander Campbell, and widow of Capt. Bonar, 
R.A., and d. 30 Oct. 1901. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Lt.-Col. Alexander William Dennistoun 
Campbell, heir pre?., late Indian Staff Corps, 
and 16th Lancers and 15th Hussars ; b. 8 Sept. 
1848 ; served in Afghan war 1878-80 ; late canton- 
ment magistrate, N.W.P., India. Residence — 
Bognor. Club — E.I. United Service. 

2. Duncan John Alfred Campbell, B.C.S. (ret.), 
, b. 5 Aug. 1854; Judge Central India; formerly 

■commissr. in Burma; served in Upper Burma cam- 



paign 1886-89; m. 12 July, 1890, Marv Snell, dau. 
of Septimus Gibbon, M.I). Club— E.I. United 
Service. Issue — 

Jean Linda Dennistoun. 

3. Lieut.-Col. Francis James Brooke Campbell, Ind. 
Army ; b. 7 Feb. 1861 ; ni. 7 May, 1889, Ethel May, 
dau. of Dep.-Surg.-Gen. C. E. Haddock. Issue — 

Francis Eric Dennistoun Campbell, b. 17 Aug. 
1892 ; lieut. South Lanes. Regt. 
May Lilian. 

4. The Late Gerald Edward Lvon Campbell, 
Madras C.S., b. 8 Oct. 1863 ; m.' 12 Oct. 1886, 
Sybil (m. 2nd, 27 March, 1911, Comm. Wentwith 
Vernon Cole, R.N.), dau. of Maj. -Gen. Thomas 
Ross Church, CLE., and d. Feb. 1902. Issue — 

Mary Hamilton. 

5. Richard Hamilton Campbell, CLE. (1912), Madras 
C.S., b. 26 Nov. 1865 ; Priv. Sec. to H. H. Maharajah 
of Mysore ; m. 29 May, 1889, Ellen, dau. or H. J. C 
Gompertz. Club — E.I. United Service. Issue — 

1. Ion Vincent Hamilton Campbell, b. 1895 ; 
2nd heut. R.G.A. 1914. 

2. Richard Henry Denmstoun Campbell, b. 8 
Sept. 1901. 

3. Christine May. 



CAMPBELL, 3rd Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 22 
May, 1815. — Sir Guy Theophilus Campbell, 
s. of. 2nd Bt. B. at Ferozepore. India, 16 
Oct. 1854 ; m. 30 April, 1884, Nina. dau. of 
Frederick Lehmann ; sue. his father 1882 ; late 
maj. K.R.R. Corps ; ret. 1893 ; late It. -col. res. 
of officers ; served in Afghan campaign 1879-80 ; 
late A.D.C. to lieut.-Gov. of Bengal. Residence — 
The Lodge, Thames Ditton, Surrey. Club — 
Naval and Military. Issue living — 

1. Guy Colin Campbell, b. 31 Jan. 1885 : m. 21 
April, 1909, Mary, dau. of tlie late H. M. Kemeys- 
Tynte, of Halswell, Somerset, and of Cefn Mably, co. 
Glamorgan D.L. J. P.; capt. Service Batt. ; late lieut. 
K.R.R. Corps. Issue — 

1. Guv Theophilus Halswell Campbell. ) *„.:„„ 

2. Edward litzGerald David Campbell j i^'"''- 
b. 18 Jan. 1910. 

2. Ronald Ian Campbell, b. 7 June, 1890. 

3. Edward PitzGerald Campbell, lieut. King's Roy. 
Rifle Corps, b. 7 Oct. 1893. 

4. John Archibald Campbell, b. 18 Feb. 1898. 
1. Sylvia Nina. 

Maj. -Gen. Sm Guy Campbell, 1?t Bt., C.B., b. about ' 
1786; col. of the 3rd West Ind. Regt.; m. 2nd, 21 
Nov. 1820, Pamela (d. 25 Nov. 1869), dau. of Lord 
Edward FitzGerald, and d. 26 Jan. 1849. Issue— 

1. Sir Edward F. Campbell, 2nd Bt., see below. 

2. Capt. Frederick Augustus Campbell, b. 15 March, 
1839 ; late 60th Rifles", formerly .A.D.C to the Lord 
Lieut, of Ireland, equerry to H.R.H. Princess Louise, 
and gentleman usher to Queen Victoria ; m. 3 Aug. 
1862, Emma Mary, dau. of Major Hugh Brabazon, 
of Brabazon Park, Co. Mayo. Residence — 10, Cleve- 
land Terrace, Hvde Park, W. Issue — 

1. John St. Clair Campbell, b. 23 May, 1865. 

2. Guy Edward Spencer Campbell, b. 1873. 

1. Florence Emma Augusta, m. 1 July. 1903, Wil- 
liam Henry Dudley Ryder. (Club — Naval and Mili- 
tary), late R.N. and has issue. 

2. Pamela Louisa Augusta Ambrosa, m. 2 June. 
1891, Lord Ernest William Hamilton {iee Aber- 
corn , Duke of). 

1. Emilv, m. 17 Nov. 1859, Major Charles D. C Ellis 
I who d. 5 Dee. 1906, 60th Rifles of Branksome Chine 

House, Bournemouth. Residence — Peeblescourt, 
I Holyport, Maidenhead. 

2. Madeline Caroline Frances Eden. m. 16 Oct. 1860, 
Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham, who d. 13 March, 1911, 
s. of 1st Baron Leconfleld. 

Sir Edward F. Campbell, 2nd Bt., b. 25 Oct. 1822 ; 
It.-col. 60th foot, A.D.C. to General Sir Charles Napier, 
when commander-in-clilef in India, and to Lord Dal- 
housie ; m. 25 Oct. 1853, Georcina Charlotte Theophila 
(d. 17 Oct. 1872), dau. of Sir Theopliilus Metcalfe, 4th 
Bt., and d. 23 Nov. 18S2. Issiu. — 

1. Sir Guy theophilus Cvmpbell, pres. Bt. 

2. Charles James Napier Campbell, b. 5 Feb. 1856, 
m. 18 Feb. 1889, Geraldine Harriette, dau. of Rev. 
Charles Stanford, D.D. Residence — Weston Grange, 
Thames Ditton. Issue — 

Edward Fitzgerald Campbell, b. 15 Sept. 1890. 

3. Gerald Fitzgerald Campbell, b. 25 , April, 1862. 
Residence — Albanv Chamber.-. York Street, S.W. 

4. Rev. Cohn Arthur Fitzgrrald Campbell, M.A., b. 
17 June, 1863, Rector of Feltwdl Brandon, Norfolk, 
formerlv priv. sec. to the Earl of Kiutore, when Gov. 
of S. Australia, and Clerk of the Executive Council, 

5. Australia. Club — Royal Societies. 



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Percy Fitzqerald Campbell, b. 12 June, lS6o ; m. 
1889, Isabel (ni. 2nd, 30 July,1907,'Robcrt Cecil Bud- 
geon. son of late E. E Dudgeon), dau. ol K. Ballard, 
and d. 2 April. 1907. Issue—. 

] Ion Percy Pitzserald Campbell, b. 1 ^ov. 189U. 

2. Gerald Arthur "Pitzgerald Campbell, b. 5 May, 

1893. 

1. Madeline Georgiana Annie. 

6 Ton l")oiif:las Fitzgerald Campbell, b. 12 March, 1868 ; 
sun. Terai and Bhaber Estates, India ; m. 8 May, 1891, 
Mabel, dau. of Col. Unsworth Quin, J.P. Eesidence— 
Eosemount. Naini Tal, N.W. Prov. Issue living— 

1. Ion Edward I itzgcrald CaBipbell, b. 12 March, 

1897. 

1. Xina Mary Mabel. 

2. Pamela Geraldine Theophila. 

7. George Theophilus Campbell, b. 17 Oct. \Sr~. 

1. Annie Charlotte, m. 3 Dec. 1896, Stratford H. H. 
Krightley. Residence— 17, Church Street, Kensing- 
ton, W. T 1 ,-, , 

2. Finetta Madelina .Tulia, m. 12 Sept. 1894, Lt.-Col. 
Hon. Charles Granville Bruce, M.V.O., Indian Army 
(fee Abeepare, B.). ,, 

3. Griselda Mary Theophila, m. 7 June, 1894, Dudley 
Francis Amolius Heivev, C.M.G., who d.l June, 1911. 
P,i'Sidenc( — V.'estfields, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. 



HUME-CAMPBELL, 8th Bt., (S.). Great. ; 
25 July. lOGo. — Sir John Home Pubves Hume- 
Campbell, s. of Charles Hyde Home Purves (d. : 
10 Feb. 1887), and Frances Mabel (Residence — 
Purves, Greenlaw, X.B.), dau. of Clement Archer. 
B. Aug. 1879 ; m. 1 Oct. 1901. Emily Jane, dau. 
of the Rev. Prebendary Robert Digby Ram, R.D., 
vicar of Hampton, Middlesex; sue, 1894, his: 
kinsman. Sir Hugh Hume-Campbell, whose father 
had assumed the names of Hume-Campbell on i 
succeeding to the estates of his maternal ancestors, 
the Earls' of Marchmont ; sub. lieut. R.N.V.B. [ 
1914 ; late lieut. 2nd LifeGds. ; late capt. Lothians 
and Berwickshire I.Y. ; served in S.A. war ; 
has assumed the name of Hume-Campbell. The 
1st Bt. was Solicitor-Gen. for Scotland, temp. 
Charles II. Re^^idence — Marchmont House, Dunse, 
X.B. Issue— 

1. Mabel Jane. 

2. Elsie Barbara. 
Sister living — 

Alice, m. 6 July, 1904, Maj. St. John Louis Hyde du 
Plat Taylor. i).S.O. Club — United Service. Eesi- 
dence— Purves, Greenlaw, N.B. 

CAMPBELL, 3id Bt., of Ardnamurchan (S.). 
Creat. 29 Nov. 1913 (with precedence from 1804: 
C.B. (mil.) 188(i. — Sib John William Camp- 
bell, s. of 8th Bt. B. 3 March, 1830 ; 
in. 1st, 1 July, 1807, Catherine Lyona Sophia 
(d. 17 May, 1910). dau. of the late W. Woolby 
Ca\-ie, of Haiwood House, Tamertno Folliot, 
Plymouth : m. 2nd, 16 March, 1911, Mary, 
dau. of the late Thomas Mellor and widow 
of Henry .John Lias, of St. Leonards-on-Sea; 
sue. his father 1853 ; gazetted 2nd Capt. in 
the artillerv 1801: Capt. 1871: Major 1872; 
Lit ut. -Col. '1881 ; Col. 1885; hon. Maj. -Gen. 
(ret.) 1887 : served in the Crimea (medal and 
clasp. Sardinian and Turkish medals) : China 
war 1800 : Afglian war 1878-80 ; and Zliob 
Valley exped. 1884. The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 
5tli Bts. do not appear to have assumed 
the title ; the 1st Bt. was so created with re- 
mainder to his lieirs male whatsoever, which was 
sulisecjuently changed to remainder to his nephew 
and his heirs male. Address — Naval and Military 
Club, W. Issue by 1st m. — 
1. John Bruck Stpart Campbell, b. at Poena, East 
Indies, 3 Jan. 1877 ; served with West Australian 
forces in S.A. war ; m. 7 July, 1902, Jessie Nicholson, 
dau. of John Hillier, of Parkside, S. Australia. Issue — 
Bruce (^olin Patrick Campbell, b. 2 July, 1904 

1. Lya Ethelle. 

2. Agnesc Eleanor Mina, ni. 22 June, 1899, Frederick 
Theobald, of Sumatra. 

3. Mary Eva Beryl. 

Thp |late Sir John Campbell, 8th Bt., b. 27 Kov. 
1807 ; Lt.-Gov. of St. Vincent 1845-53 ; m. 21 Nov. 
1833, Hannah Elizabeth (d. 4 Nov. 1873), dau. of James 
Macleod, of Easay, ami d. 18 Jan. 1853. Issue living — 



1. Sir John W. Campbell, pres. Bt. 

2. Col. Fri^derick Campbell, C.B. (1902) V.D., 
b. 15 June, 1843 ; col. 1st Argyll and Bute R.G.A., 
late lieut. R.A., served in New Zealand ; m. 28 Jan. 
1869, Emilic Guillaumine, dau. of the late Donald 
Maclaine, of Lochbuie, Argyllshire. Residence — 
Airds, Sydenham Hill, S.E. Club— Naval and Mili- 
tary. Issue — 

1. Ian Maxwell Campbell, b. 3 Oct. 1870 ; m. 
8 Aug. 1901, Hilda Mary, dau. of Claude Fitzroy 
Wade. Eesidence — The Nook, Kingswood Road, 
Norwood. Issue — 

1. Lnrne Maclaine Campbell, b. 22 July, 1902. 

2. Alan Fitzroy Campbell, b. 4 Nov. 1903. 

3. John Hunter McNeill Campbell, b. 29 June, 
1905. 

2. Charles Stewart Campbell, I.C.S., b. 14 March, 
1875. Residence — Poona, Bombay. 

3. Edward Taswell Campbell, b. 9 April, 1879; 
m. 28 Jan. 1904, Edith Jane, dau. of Arthur John, 
Warren. Issue — 

1. Charles Duncan Macnair Campbell, b. 12 Sept. 
1906. 

1. Frances Henriette. 

2. Rosemary Jean. 

4. James Douglas Campbell, Ucut. R.N., b. 2 Sept. 
1882 : m. 11 Feb. 1911, Lilian Alice, dau. of Joseph 
Outerbridge, of St. John's, Newfoundland. Issue — 

Helen Douglas. 

5. Gordon Campbell, lieut. R.N., b. 6 Jan. 1886; 
m. 14 Jan. 1911, Mary Jeanne, dau. of H. V. S. 
Davids, of Guildford. 

6. Colin Macleod Campbell, b. 12 March, 1890 ; m. 
29 May, 1913, Kathleen Lorna, dau. of W.T. Carter, 
of Sydenham. 

1. Eniilie Maclaine. 

2. Eose Mary. 



CAMPDEN, Vise. See Gainsborough, Eabl op. 

C ANTELUPE, Vise. See De La Wabb, Eabl of, 

CAMPERDOWN, 3rd Earl oL Creat. 12 Sept. 
1831 (U.K.) ; Vise, and Baron Duncan, 13 Oct. 
1797 (G.B.). — Robert Adam Philips Haldane- 
DuNCAN, s. of 2nd Earl. B. in Hill Street, 2S 
May, 1841 ; sue. his father 1807 ; ed. at 
Oxford, 1st class classics 1801 ; LL.I>. St. An- 
drews 1902 ; lord-in-waiting to Queen Victoria 
1808-70, a lord of the Admiralty 1870-74 ; D'.L. 
Dundee. The 1st Vise, was the celebrated Adm. 
Duncan, who achieved the splendid victory over 
the Dutch fleet off Camperdown, Oct. 1797 ; he 
received a grant of £3,000 per annum ior himself 
and his next two successors in the peerage. 
Residences — 39, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, 
W. ; Camijerdown, Forfarshire ; Gleneagles, 
Perthshire. 

Adam Hai.daxe-Dlncan, 2nd Earl of Camperdown, 
b. 25 March, 1812 ; m. 23 March, 1839, Juliana Cavendish 
(d. 6 Feb. 1898), dau. and co-heiress of Sir George Eichard 
Philips, Bt. ; M.P. for Southampton, Bath, and Forfar- 
shire ; d. 30 Jan. 1867. Issue — • 

1. Robert A. P. Haldane-Duncan, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. George Alexander Philips Haldane- 
Duncan, Heir Prf^., b. 9 May, 1845 ; m. 4 Feb. 1888, 
Laura (d. 17 Aug. 1910), dau. of late John Dove, of 
And over, Mass., and widow of John Adams Blanehard, 
of Boston and Nahaut, U.S.A. ; late partner in the 
engineering firm of Maudslay, Sons, & Field. Residence 
Club — Athenseum. 

1. Lady Julia Janet Georgiana, V.A., lady of the 
bedchamlier to Oucen Victoiia 1874-85 ; in. 6 Oct. 
1858, 4th Lord Abercromby. 

CANTERBURY, 5th Vise. Creat. 10 March, 1835 ; 
Ban.n llcttesford 1835 (U.K.). — Henby FRED- 
ERICK Walpole Mannebs-Sutton, s. of 4th 
Vise. B. 8 April, 1879 ; sue. his father 19 Feb. 
1914 : D.L. for Norfolk. This is a branch of the 
ducal house of Rutland, springing from Lord 
George ^Manners (who assumecl the name of 
Sutton), a younger s. of the 3rd Duke. His 4th 
s. was Charles Manners-Sutton. Archbishop of 
Canterbury, whose eld. s. having been for seven- 
teen years Speaker of the House of Commons, 
received a viscounty. Re.sidences — Brook House 
and Seething Hall, Norwich. Club — St. James's. 
John Henry Thomas Manners-Sutton, 3rd Vise. 
Canterbury, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., b. 27 May, 1814 ; under- 



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sec. of the Home Department 1841-6 ; It -gov. of New 
Brunswick, gov. of Trinidad, gov. of Victoria; m. 5 
July, 1838, Georgiana (d. 14 Sept. 1899), dau. of Cliarles 
Tompson, of Witcliingliam Hall, Norfollc, and d. 23 
Jvme, 1877. Issue — 

1. Henry Charles Manners-Sutton, 4th Vise. 
Canterbury, b. 12 July. 1839; m. 16 April, 1872, 
Amye Rachel, dau. of the late Hon. Frederick Walpole, 
and d. 19 Feb. 1914. Issue — 

Henry Fkedekick W.4lpole Manners-Sutton, 
pros. Vise. 

2. Hon. Graliam Fjdward Henry Manners-Sutton, b. 
7 Feb. 1843 ; P.L. Middlesex ; m. 12 Feb. 1867, 
Charlotte Laura (d. 18 Nov. 1905), dau. of Lt.-Col. 
Francis L'Estrange Astley, of Burgh Hall, Norfolk, 
and d. 30 May, 1888. Issue — 

1. Francis Henry Astley Manners-Sutton, b. 10 Feb. 
1869. Residence — 4, Down Street, Piccadilly, AV. 
Clulis — Carlton; St. James's. 

2. Cluulrs (iraham Manners-Sutton, b. 23 Jan. 1872 : 
capt. Mi'dwav Div. Submarine Miners, R.F,. ; m. 15 
June, 1903," Bthclwyn, dau. of the late Charles 
Hindle. Residence— Berghapton, Seaford, Sussex. 
Club — Junior Ignited Service. Issue — 

Charlotte Etlielwyn. 
1. Violi>t Georgiana. 

1. Hon. Anna Maria Georgiana. m. 25 June, 1868, 
Charles Edward Bright, C.M.G. (Clubs — Hnrlingham ; 
Windham), agent-gen. for Victoria. Residence — 
Manor House, Elstree, Herts. 

2. Hon. Mat)el Georgiana. Residence — Lowestoft, 
Suffolk. 

CANTERBURY, 94th Archbishop o2. Founded 
S97 ; P.C. 1903; Roy. Victorian Chain 1911; 
■G.C.V.O. 1904 ; K.C.V.O. 1902.— Rt. Hon. and 
Most Rev. Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D., 
D.C.L., LL.D., s. of Henry Davidson, by Hen- 
rietta, davi. of John Swinton, of Kimmerghame, 
Berwickshire. B. at Edinburgh 7 April, 1848 ; 
m. 12 Nov. 1878, Edith Murdoch Tait, dau. of 
the Arclibishop ; ed. at Harrow and Oxford ; 
B.A. 1871 ; M.A. 1875 ; D.D. 1890 : hon. D.D. 
St. Andrews 1884, Aberdeen 1906, and Durham 
1913; hon. LL.D. Camb. 1903; hon. fellow Trin. 
■Coll., Oxford 1903 : lion. D.C.L. Oxford 1904 ; 
hon. LL.D. Toronto 1904 : hon. LL.D. Coluinliia 
{New York) 1904 : hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1910; 
•ord. 1874; curate of Dartford. Kent, 1874-7; 
<"haplain and jDriv. sec. to Archb. Tait 1877-82, 
find to Archb. Benson 1882-3 ; exam. chap, to 
Ihe Bishop of Durham 1881-3 ; Dean of Windsor, 
registrar of the Order of the Garter, and resident 
•chaplain to Queen Victoria 1883-91 ; Bishop 
of Rochester, 1891-5, when he was translated to 
the See of Winchester and thus became prelate 
■of the Order of the Garter ; clerk of the closet in 
•ordinary to Queen Victoria 1891-1901, and to 
King Edward 1901-3 ; translated to Canterburj- 
1903 ; is primate of all England and metro- 
politan : memb. Roy. Commn. on Chui'ch Dis- 
cipline 1904 ; Trustee of the British Museum; 
gov. of Charterhouse and Wellington Colls, and 
Harrow School ; patron of 178 livings. The 
diocese includes the eastern part of the county 
of Kent, together with Addington and Croydon 
in Surrey ; annual value £15,000. The province 
■of Canterbury includes 29 sees, viz. those of Can- 
terbury, London, Winchester, Bath and Wells, 
Bangor, Birmingham, Chelmsford, Chichester, Ely, 
Exeter, Gloucester, Bristol, Hereford. Lichfield, 
Lincoln, Llandaff, Norwich, Oxford, Peter- 
borough, Rochester, St. Albans, St. Asaph, St. 
David's, St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich, Salis- 
bury, Southwark, Soiithwell, Truro, and 
Worcester. Residences — Lambeth Palace, S.E. ; 
Old Palace, Canterbury. Clubs — Atlienreum ; New 
<Edin.). 

CAPE TOWN, 3rd Archbishop of. Founded 
1847. ^losT Rev. William Maelborough 
Carter D.D.. s. of Rev. Wm. Adolphus Carter, 
Fell, of Eton Coll., by Gertrude, dau. of Lorance 
Rogers, Barr.-at-law." B. at Eton 1850 : m. 1904, 
Hester Marion, dau. of the late James Rose, of 
Inverness ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; M.A. 1877 ; 
D.D. 1895 : ord. 1874 ; cur. of West Bromwich 
1874-78 ; Bakewell 1878-80 ; in charge of Eton 
Mission, Hackney Wick, 1880-91, Bi.shop of 



Zululand 1891-1902, of Pretoria 1902-9 ; trans- 
lated to Cape Town 1909. Is Metropolitan of the 
Province of S. Africa. The diocese at its founda- 
tion included the whole of the Cape of Good Hope, 
Port Natal, and St. Helena, but in 1853 it was 
confined to the western districts, with the island 
of St. Helena, and made metropolitan in juris- 
diction, while two new dioceses were cut off {fiee 
Graham's Town and Natal) ; furthermore in 1859 
St. Helena was made a separate diocese {see that 
nam.e), and in 1911. the archdeaconry of George 
was constituted into a new see. Income from 
Colonial Bishoprics' Fund, and sums raised in 
S. Africa, £1,400. Residence — Bishoioscourt, 
Claremont, Cape of Good Hope. 

CAPELL, Baron. See Essex, Earl of. 

CARBERY, 10th Baron. Creat. 9 May, 1715, 
Bt., 15 Julv, 17G8 (I.). — John Evans-Freke, 
s. of 9th Baron. B. 20 May, 1892 ; m. 7 July, 
1913, Jose, dau. of E. Metcalfe, of 5, Chester Place, 
W. : svic. his father 1898 ; late a mids. R.N.V.R, 
(Clj-de div. ). The 1st Baron was s. of a strenuous 
supporter of William III. Residence — Castle 
Freke, co. Cork. 

George Patrick Percy Evans-Fkeke, 7th Baron 
CiRBERY, b. 17 March, 1810 ; m. 5 Aug 1852, Harriett 
Maria Catherine (d. 19 Aug. 1884), dau. of Gen. Edmund 
Shuldham,of Dunmanway, co. Cork, 'and d. 25 Nov. 1889. 
Issue — 

Georgiana Dorothea Harriett, ni. 22 June, 1876, 4th 

Earl of Band on. 
\Yillia5i Charles Evans-Freke, 8th Baron Carbery, 
b. 24 May, 1812; a representative peer, D.L. ; m. 2nd, 
15 Dec. i866. Lady Victoria Cecil (Residence — Bis- 
brook Hall, and Glaston House, Upping-liam), dau. of 
2nd Marq. of Exeter, E.G., and d. 7 Nov. 1894. Issue — 

1. Algernon William George Evans-Freke, 9th 
Baron Caebery, b. 9 Sept. 1868 : D.L. Cork ; 
licut. 3rd Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. ; ni. 26 Nov. 
1890, Mary (m. 2nd, 11 Feb. 1902, Arthur Wcllesley 
Sandford, ' M.D. ; Residence — Fraukfteld House, co. 
Cork), dau. of Henrv J. Tonlmin, D.L., J.P., of The 
Pre, St. Albans, and d. 12 June, 1898. Issue— 

1. John Evans-Feeke, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Ealfe Evans-Freke, Heir Pre?., b. 23 
July, 1897. 

2. Hon. Percy Cecil Evans-Freke, b. 19 May, 1871 ; 
m. 24 July, 1895, Eva, dau. of Charles Kirwan, of 
Dalgan Park, co. Mayo : It.-col. commdg. Leicester Y. 
and hon. lieut. in the Armv ; served in S.A. war ; D.L., 
J.P., Rutland; mil. memb. Rutland .Terr. Force 
Assocn. Residence — Bisbrook Hall, Uppingham. Club 
— Travellers'. Issue — 

Mai Cecil. 

CARBUTT, Baronetcy (ext. 8 Oct. 1905). 
Creat. 1 Oct. 1892. — The late Sir Edw.ard 
H.\MER Carbltt, Bt., b. 22 July. 1838 ; D.L., 
J.P., Surrey ; pres. of Inst, of Mech. Engineers, 
M.I.C.E. ; m. 4 June. 1874. Mary (Residences — 
19. Hyde Park Gardens. W. : Nanhurst, Cran- 
leigh, Surrey), dau. of -John Rhodes, J.P., of 
Potternewton, Leeds : was M.P. for Monmouth 
1880-86, and d. 8 Oct. 1905. 

GARDEN, 3rd Bt. of Molesey (U.K.). Creat. 
14 June, 1887. — Sir Frederick Henry Walter 
Carden, s. of 2nd Bt., B. 1873 ; sue. his 
father 1909, m. 1901, Winifred Mary, dau. of late 
Philip Wroughton, M.P., D.L., J.P., of Woolley 
Park, Berks : capt. 1st Life Gds., 1899, maj. 
1910, ret. 1911 ; late lieut. 3rd Batt. Roy. War- 
wickshire Regt. (M.). The 1st Bt. was a well- 
known alderman of the City of London. Resi- 
dence — Stargroves, Newbury, Berks. Club — 
Bachelors'. Issue — 

Henry Christorher Garden, b. 16 Oct. 1908. 

Enid Evelvn. 
Sir Robert Walter Garden, 1=t Bt., b. 7 Oct. 1801; 
Lord Mavor of London 1857-8 ; M.P. for Gloucester and 
Barnstaple ; m. 1 Jan. 1827, Pamela Elizabeth Edith 
(d. 13 Nov. 1874), dau. of William S. Andrews, M.D., and 
d. 19 Jan. 1888. Issue — 

1. Sir Frederick Walter C.\rden, 2nd Bt., b. 

6 Nov. 1833 ; J. P.. Hants ; It.-col. 5th Lancers ; m. 

23 Sept. 1870, Rowena Laura (d. 28 Aug. 1910), dau. 



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of Rowland Konald, of Manchoster Square, and widow 
of Capt. Alexander Copland, and d. i Dec. 1909. 

1. Sm Frederick H. W. Cardem, pros. Bt. 

2. Major Eonald James Walter Garden, 17th 
Lancers, b. 13 April, 1876. 

1. Lilian Edith Laura, m. 26 .July, 1899, Bertram 
Hugh Barton, of Straffan, co. Kildare, and has issue. 

2. The late Rev. Robert Augustus Garden, M.A., 
b. 2 Jan. 1836 ; m. 21 Sept. 18.59, Caroline Gertrude 
(d. 6 Sept. 1886), dau. of John Mello, of Leinster 
Gardens, and d. 25 June, 1873. Issue — 

Evangeline Gertrude, m. 1st, 1887,|John E. Lawrence, 
who d. 1890 : m. 2nd, 1893. Wilham A. Gaunter, of 
Oakfield, Exeter, and has issue — 

3. The late Alexander James Garden, b. 28 Aug. 1839 ; 
m. 17 April. 1863, Anne Rule (Residence — 29, Sinclair 
Gardens, Kens.), dau. of J. T. Clements, and d. 23 July, 
1897. Issue — 

1. Rev. James Cardan, b. 13 Dec. 1865 ; m. 19 June, 

1894, Cornelia Charlotte, dau. of Cornelius Turner. 
Residence — 29, Sinclair Gardens, Kens. Issue — 

Cornelia. 

2. George Frederick Garden, b. 2 March, 1868 ; m. 

1895, Katherine Judith, dau. of C. Mannix. Rcsi- 



dei|ce — Florida. U.S.A. 
3. He 



nry Garden, b. 19 Oct 1872 ; m. 1894, and has 
issue. 

4. Robert Walter Garden, b. 1 July, 1875 ; m. 4 
June, 1901, Ethel May, dau. of Lemuel Johns, of 
Christchurch. N.Z. Residence — 76, Brook Green, 
Hammersmith. Issue — 

1. Derrick Walter Garden, b. .30 April, 1902. 

2. Ronald Tracy Garden, b. 20 Sept. 1903. 

1. Pamela, m. 2 June, 1894, Percy Wilham Bullock, 
of Hendon. 

2. Rowena. 

1. Edith Giorf:i,ana. Residence — 

2. Clara Fannv, m. 14 Sept. 1861, Septimus William 
Sibley, F.R.G.S.. who d. 5 March, 1893, and has issue. 

3. Ada Blanche, m. 17 March. 1858. Frederick Brodie 
(d. 1896). of Fern Hill. Wootton Bridge, I. of W., and 
has issue. 

GARDEN, 5th Bt., of Templemore (I.). Great. 
31 Aiie. 1787. — Sib John Cr.wex Carden, s. of 
4th Bt. B. 3(1 Jan. 1854 ; m. 10 Feb. 1891, 
Sybil (d. 1 July, 1911), dau. of Gen. Valentine 
Baker Pasha ; sue. his father 1879 : ed. at Eton 
and Camh. : D.L., J.P., co. Tipperary (High 
Sheriff 1882) : desc. from the Lincolnshire branch 
of the Gardens of Kent, who sprung from the 
Gardens of Cawarden, Cheshire. Seat — Temple- 
more Abbey, co. Tipperary. Issue — 

John Valentine Cakden, b. 6 Felj. 1892. 
Sir Henry Robert Garden, 3rd Bt.. b. 8 Feb. 1789 ; 
served in Peninsula and at Waterloo ; m. 10 March, 1818, 
Louisa, o. c. of Frederick Thompson, of Woodville, 
Queen's Co.. and d. 23 March. 1847. Issue — 

1. Sir John G. Caeden, 4th Bt., whom see below. 

2. The late Henry Daniel Garden, b. 1 Mav, 1822 ■ 
hon. col. 4th Batt. Leinster Regt. ; m. 28 April, 184"' 
Catherine Reliecca, d. 29 Aug. 1914, dau. of John 
Parry de Winton, of Maesderwen, Breconshire, and 
d. 4 Jan. 1894. Issu^ — 

The late Lt.-Col. Henry Parry Garden, brevet.-col. 
Duke of Cornwall's L.I. ; b. 22 Feb. 1854 : m. 26 
Aug. 1897, Ar.iby (Residence — Savilmore, XewTy), 
dau. of Howard Burton, and widow of E. X. Greer 
and d. 19 Dec. 1910. Issue— 

1. Catherine Constance. 

2. Sybil Mary. 

France's Mary, m. 5 Feb. 1871, Major .John Aldridge, 
late 4th Batt. Leinster Regt. Residence— Inholmes, 
Hungerford, Berks. 

3. The late Rev. Arthur Garden, b. 30 .Tune, 1823 • 
in. 13 May, 1852, Rosa (d. 15 Xov. 1908), dau. of 
W. W. Woodward, of Matson House, Gloucs., and d. 
10 Aug. 1863. Issue — 

1. The late Arthur Craven Garden, b. 3 May, 1853 ; 
m. 23 Nov. 1875, Maria (Residence — Oldbury Place, 
Ightham, Kent), dau. of John Hendv, of St. Florence, 
Pembroke, and d. 5 Jan. 1881. Issue- 
Edith Graven. 

2. Lt.-Col. Henry Westenra Garden, late A.P.D., 
b. 13 April, 1857 : formerly capt. 2nd Batt. Duke 
of Cornwall's L.I. ; m. 8 March. 1886, Emily Elphin- 
stonc, dau. of Rev. W. C. Clark. Issue— 

1. Bernard Westenra Garden, b. 1887 • 2nd lieut. 
6th Batt. Gloucestershire Picgt. 1914. 

2. Cecil Courtenay Garden, b. 1892. 

3. Henry Elphinstone Garden, b. 1894. 

1. Violet Courtenay. 

2. B.Tvl. 

3. Hazel. 



4. Sibyl. 

5. Muriel. 

6. Christina Annette. 

7. Pearl Elphinstone. 

1. Frances Mary, m. 1 Oct. 1867, Rev. Telford Mac- 

donough, M.A.. and has issue. 
Sm John Craven Garden, 4th Bt., b. 1 Dec. 1819 ; 
D.L. Tipperary ; m. 1st, 23 July, 1844, Caroline 
Elizabeth Mary (d. 9 Nov. 1850), dau. of Sir William 
M. Milner, Bt."; m. 2nd, 21 June, 1852, Julia Isabella. 
(Residence — Westown, Straffan, eo. Kildare), dau. of 
Adm. Charles Jepp Robinson, and d. March, 1879. Issue 
by 2nd m. — 

1. Sir John Craven Garden, pres. Bt. 

2. Major Henry Charles Garden, D.S.O., Devons. 
Regt. : b. 30 Jan. 1855 : served in S.A. : m. 1881, 
Blanche Katherine Rheingar, dau. of Rear-Adm. 
John Parry Jones-Parry, of Thelwall Hall, Cheshire. 
Issue— 

1. Henry Craven Garden, b. 23 Dee. 1882. 

2. Humphry .lohn Garden, b. 1886. 

3. Frederick Richard Garden, b. 19 June. 1856 ; m. 
1885, Miriam, dau. of A. Beale. Issue — 

1. Frederick Graven G.arden, b. 1890. 

2. Richard Graven Cardan, b. 1893. 

3. Selwyn Garden. 

4. Rodney Garden. 

5. Geoffrey Garden. 

1. Helen Marv, m. March. 1912, Herbert Roger. 

2. Pattie. 

4. Capt. Coldstream James Garden. Gonnaught Ran- 
gers, b. 18 Aug. 1857 : m. 9 Sept. 1891, Rose Margaret 
Ponton, dau. of David Johnstone, of Croy, Dum- 
bartonsliire. Issue — 

1. Eileen Margaret. 

2. Veronica Sybil. 

5. Capt. Derick Alfred Garden, Seaforth High- 
landers, b. 27 March. 1875. 

1. Julia Ellen Beatrice, m. 8 Aug. 1889, George de V. 
Kennedy, and has issue. 

2. Nora lerne, m. 21 Jan. 1903, Major Henry Sar- 
geaunt. late Cheshire Regt., and has issue. 



GARDIFF, Baron. Sfe Bute. Mabq. of. 



GARDIGAN, Earl of. See Ailesbuey, Marq, 



GARDROSS, Baron. See Buch.ax, Earl of. 

GAREW, 3rd Baron (U.K.). Great. 9 July, 
1838 : Baron Garew, 13 June, 1834 (I.). — RoBEBr 
Sh.apland CiEOBGE JuLi.AN Gaeew, s. of 2nd 
Baron. B. in Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, 15 
June. ISfiO: m. 27 June. 1888, Julia, dau. of 
Albert Lethbridge, and granddau. of Sir John 
Lethbridge. Bt. ; .sue. his father 1881 ; ed. 
at Camb. ; B.A. 1882. This family is a junior 
branch of the ancient house of Garew, now repre- 
sented by the Bt. of that name. Residences — 
Castle-Boro, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford ; Woods- 
towm, CO. Waterford ; 28, Belgrave Sciuare, 
S.W. 

Robert Shapland Garew. 1st Baron C.uiew, K.P., 
b. 9 March, 1787 ; Lord-Lieut, co. Wexford ; m. 16 Nov. 
1816, Jane Catherine (d. 12 Nov. 1901), dau. of Major 
Anthony Glifle, of New Ross, and d. 2 June. 1856. Issue- 

1. Robert Shapland Carew, 2nd Baron Garew, 
K.P., b. 28 Jan. 1818 ; col. of the Wexford Mil. j 
Lord-Lieut, and custos rotulorum co. Wexford ; m. 
16 July, 1844, Emily Anne (d. 24 Nov. 1899), dau. of 
Sir George Richard Philips, Bt., and d. 9 Sept. 1881. 
Issue — 

1. Robert S. G. J. G.arew, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. George Patrick John G.arew, Heir 
Pres., b. 1 Feb. 1863 ; m. 5 Oct. 1888, Maud 
Beatrice, dau. of John Ramsay ; ed. at Eton and 
Camb . Residence — Boro Lodge, Ashburnham Road , 
Eastbourne. Club — Badminton. 

2. Hon. Shapland Francis G.arew, b. 19 Feb. 1827 ; 
lieut. 8th Hussars, It.-col. Wexford Mil. : resident 
magistrate at Clonmel : m. 21 April, 1904, Lady Hester 
Georgiana Browne (Residence — 13. Tedworth Square, 
Chelsea), dau. of 2nd Marq. of Sligo, and d. 6 June, 
1892. Issue — 

Gerald Shapland Garew, b. 26 April, 1860 : m. 21 
April. 1904, Catherine, o. dau. of late Thomas- 
Conolly, M.P., of Castletown. Residence — 19, 
Tedworth Square, Chelsea. Issue — 

1. William Francis Garew, b. 23 April, 1905. 

2. Gavin George Garew, b. 21 Sept. 1906. 

3. Peter Cuthbert Garew, b. 31 Dec. 1908. 
Nesta Elizabeth. 



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CAREW, 9th Bt. (E.). Great. 2 Aug. 166L— 
Sir Henry Palk Carew, s. of Henry Carew 
B. 20 Feb. 1870 ; m. 9 Dec. 1889, Frances 
Gertrude, dau. of Robert Lock-Roe, of Lynton, 
N. Devon ; sue. his uncle 1874. This family 
can trace an uninterrupted descent from an 
Anglo-Saxon progenitor in the direct male line. 
Residence — High View, Knitbury, nr. Hunger- 
ford. Berks. Issue — 

Thomas Palk Carew, b. 1 M<arch 1890 ; m. 10 Nov. 

1913, Ivy Madeline Laura, dau. of Major John Arthur 

Breakey, late R.A. Residence — Devonshire House, 

Grove Road, Southsea. Issue — 

Zia. 

Dora Gertrude. 
Sir Walter Palk Carew, 8th Bt., b. 9 July, 1807 ; 
m. 25 Jan. 1837, Anne Frances (d. 8 June, 18G1). dau. of 
Maj.-Gen. Taylor, C.B., of Ogwell House, Devon, and d. 
27 Jan. 1874. Issue— 

1. The late Capt. Walter Palk Carew, Roy. Horse 

Gds., b. 13 April, 1838 ; Hi. 4 April, 1872, Ellen 

Augusta, dau. of T. D. Daniel, of Stuckeridge, Tiverton, 

and d. 14 June, 1873. 

1 vr 1 n ,,„„ C Residences — Haccombe, Newton 
1. LhzabethAnnej ^^^^^ . j^^^^jgy ^^^^^^ g_ 

-.Beatrix |^ Devon ; Tiverton Castle, Devon. 

The late Henry Carew, bro. of the above Sir W. P. Carew, 
8th Bt., b. 24 Oct. 1808 ; m. July, 1858, Susan, dau. of 
John Symes, and d. 24 Oct. 1871. Issue — 

1. Sir Henry Palk Carew, pres. Bt. 

1. Edith Elizabeth, m. 15 Aug. 1885, Richard Bagctt. 
Residence — Cobble Hill, Vancouver. 

2. Plorence Palk, m. 1888, Gerald Gordon Bond, and 
has issue. Residence — Wogan House, Saundersfoot, 
N.S.W. 

3. Laura Susan Augusta, m. 22 Sept. 1887, Major 
Arthur John Breakey, late R.A., and has issue. Resi- 
dence — 

CARINGTON, Privy Counsellor. Hon. Sir 
WiLLi^VM Henry Peregrine Carington, 
G.C.V.O., K.C.B., see Knightage. 

CARLETON, Baron. See Shannon, Earl of. 

CARLISLE, 11th Earl of. Great. 30 April, 
1661 ; Vise. Howard of Morpeth, Baron Dacre, 
1661 (E.). — George Josslyn L'Estrange 
Howard, s. of 10th Earl. B. 6 Jan. 1895 ; sub.- 
lieut. R.N. ; sue. his father 1912 ; is co-heir 
to the baronies of Clifford and Greystock, and 
patron of six livings. This is a branch of the 
house of Norfolk ; the 1st Earl was col. of Grom- 
jwell's Life Gds., ambassador to the Czar of 
IMuscovy, and subsequently Gov. of Jamaica ; 
jtho 3rd Earl was 1st Lord of the Treasury ; the 
5th Earl Lord-Lieut, of Ireland ; and the 6th 
'Earl Lord Privy Seal ; the 7th Earl, long known 
las Lord Morpeth, was for many years Lord-Lieut, 
bf Ireland. Residences — Naworth Castle, Carlisle ; 
105, Eaton Place, S.W. 

George James Howard, 9th Eakl of Carlisle, b. 12 
Aug. 1843; J.P., Cumberland; M.P. for E. Cumber- 
land 1879-80, and 1881-5 ; m. 4 Oct. 1864, Rosalind 
Frances (Residences — 1, Palace Green, Kensington, W. : 
Eoothby House, Brampton, Cumberland ; Castle 
Howard, York), dau. of the 2nd Baron Stanley of Alder- 
ley, and d. IC April, 1911. Issue — 

'l. Charles James Stanley, 10th Earl, see below. 

2. Hon. Oliver Howard, F.S.A..F.R.G.S., b. 14 March, 
1875 ; lieut. Bedfordsliirc Yeo. ; resident of Bauchi, 
N. Nigeria ; m. 17 March, 1900, Muriel (m. 2nd, Arthur, 
5th Earl of Clanwilliani), dau. of Russell Stephenson, 
and d. 20 Sc])t. 1908. Issue — 

Hubert Arthur George Howard, Heir Pres., 
b. 29 Aug. 1901. 
Gwendolen Georgiana. 

3. Hon. Geoffrey William Algernon Howard, b. 12 
Feb. 1877 ; M.A., Triu. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Eskdnle 
div. 1906-10 ; for W. Wilts, and vice-chamberlain 
of the Household since 1911 ; pari. sec. to the Prime 
Minister 1910; lieut. Roy. Naval Vol. Res. 1914. 
Residcnri — 1, Palace Green, Kensington. Clubs — 
Baelielors' ; Brooks's. 

4. Hon. Michael Francis Stafford Howard, b. 23 Jan. 
1880 : m. .SO Nov. 1911, Norah, dau. of late Col. 
William Hensnian, R.A.M.C. ; ed. at Camb.: lieut. 
res. of officers, formerly roy. Anglesea Mil., Eng. : late 
lieut. 8th Hussars, and lieut. 4th V.B. Suffolk Regt. ; 
served in S.A. war. 

1. Lady Marv Henrietta, m. 30 Nov. 1889, George 
Gilbert A. Murray, fell, of New Coll., Oxford, and late 
prof, of Greek at Glasgow Univ. ; regius professor of 

D.P. 



Greek at Oxford, since 1908. Residence — 82, Wood- 
stock Road, Oxford. 

2. Lady Cecilia Maude, in. 7 April, 1891, Charles 
Henry Roberts, M.P. Lincoln 1900. Residence — 
10, Holland Park, W. 

3. Lady Dorothy Georgiana, m. 14 Oct. 1913, Hon. 
Francis R. Henley (see Henley, Baron). 

4. Lady Aurca Fredeswyde. 

Charles James Stanley Howard, 10th Earl op 
Carlisle, b. 8 March, 1867 ; B.A. Oxford ; D.L., J.P., C.A., 
and Cumberland ; M.P. for S. Birmingham 1904-11 ; 
capt. 3rd Border Regt., 5th Batt. Rifle Bri. ; served in 
S.A. war 1902; m. 17 April, 1894, Rhoda Ankaret 
(Residence — Naworth Castle, Carlisle), dau. of Col. 
Paget W. L'Estrange, late R.A., and d. 20 Jan, 1912. 
Issue — 
1 . George Josslyn L'Estrange Howard, pres. Earl. 

1 . Lady Constance Anl^aret. 

2. Lady Ankaret Cecilia Caroline. 

3. Lady Elizabeth Henrietta. 

CARLISLE, 61st Bishop of.— Rt. Rev. John 
William Diggle, D.D., eld. s. of W. Diggle. 
B. 2 March, 1847 ; m. 1st, 7 July, 1874, 
Cicely Jane (d. 14 Jan. 1880) ; dau. of John 
Butterfield. of Broughton, Lanes ; ni. 2nd, 
23 April, 1884, Edith (d. 14 Jan. 1880), dau. 
of Gilbert Winter Moss, of Aigburth, Liver- 
pool ; ed. at Manchester Grammar School and 
Oxford (took first class honours) ; ord. 1871, 
was successively cur. of Whalley Range, Lanca- 
shire, 1871-2, AU Saints', Liverpool, 1872-4, 
Walton-on-the-hill, Liverpool, 1874-5, vie. of St. 
Matthew and St. James, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, 
1875-96 ; was pres. of Liverpool Council of 
Education ; hon. canon Liverpool 1889-96 ; 
rural dean of Childwall 1882-96 ; archdeacon of 
Westmorland, canon of Carlisle, and examining 
chaplain to the Bishop of Carlisle 1896-1902; 
examining chaplain to the Bishop of Worcester 
1902-5 ; rural dean 1902, and archdeacon of Bir- 
mingham 1903-6 ; rector of Birmingham 1902-4, 
when he was apptd. (Dec. 14) to this see. The 
diocese includes Cumberland and W^estmorland, 
and part of Lancashire ; annual value £4,500. 
Residence — Rose Castle, Carlisle. 

Issue by 1st m. — 

1. John Theodore Diggle, b. 21 July, 18 o. 

1. Cicely Jane Dorothea. 
Issue bv 2nd m. — 

2. Philip Gilbert William Diggle, b. 5 June, IbSO. 
3 Percy Robert Diggle, b. 27 Nov. 1887. 

4. Reginald Fraser Diggle, b. 18 June, 18S9. 

CARLISLE, Privy Counselici- (I.). Apptd. 

1907. Rt. Hon. Alexander Montgomery 

Carlisle, eld. s. of the late John Carlisle, I\1.A., 
head master of Rov. Academical Institution. Bel- 
fast, by Catherine,' dau. of Alex. Montgomery, of 
Dundesart, co. Antrim. B. at Ballymena, 8 
July. 1854 ; m. 9 April, 1884, Edith, dau. of late 
Jolin B. Wooster, of San Francisco ; ed. at 
Belfast Roy. Academical Inst. : D.L. for City of 
Belfast ; is a shipbuilder and engineer, having 
joined Harland & Wolff, where apprenticeship 
was served, in 1870, and gradually rose to be 
General Manager and Chairman of Managing 
Directors, from which positions he ret. in 1910 ; 
is now consultant and adviser to the same rirm, 
and a director of W. S. Laycock, Ltd., Sheffield ; 
contested West Belfast in Liberal interest 1906 ; 
apptd. (1908) by Lord Gladstone on departmental 
Committee on Accidents in Factories ; gave evi- 
dence at the Admiralty before committee ap- 
pointed to report on the organization of the Roy. 
Corps of Constructors and other cognate ques- 
tions. Residences — Ehnwood, Belfast : 12, 
Hyde Park Place, W. Clubs— Reform : Roy. 
Thames Yacht ; Union (Belfast). 

CARLOW, Vise. See Port.\rlington, Earl 



CARLTON, Vise. See Wharncliffe, Earl of. 
CARMARTHEN, Marq. of. See Leeds, Duke 



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CARMICHAEL. 1st Baron (U.K.). <-ieat. - 
Fob. ntll^ : ]5t. (Scot.) 31 Dec. 1702; G.O.LE. 
1911 ■ K.C.M.G. 19U8. — Thomas David Gibson- ; 
C-VBMICH\EL, s. of 13th Bart. B. 18 March, 1859 ; 
m. I July. 1886, Mary Helen Elizabeth, dau. of 
Albert Llewellvu Nnpfent, Baron Nugent : sue. j 
his father as "Uth Bt. 1891 : ed. at Camb. : I 
M.A. 1884 : chairman of the Board of Lunacy 
in Scotland 1894-7 : trustee and comnir. of 
Board of ISIanufactures in Scotland 1900 : Memb. 
of Roy. Commn. to administer Scottish Churches 
Act. "l905 ; trustee National Gallery 1906-8 ; 
M.P. Midlothian (G.) 1895-1900: Gov. of Vic- 
toria 1908-11 ; of Madras 1911-12, and of Bengal 
from 1912; D.L.. J.P., Peebles, and Mid- 
lothian. The 1st Bt. was an eminent lawyer 
ill the reign of James VI, and lord-iDres. of the 
Court of Session ; his s., the ,2nd Bt.. was also a 
Scottish judge under the titular designation of i 
Lortl Durie ;" the 9th Bt. assumed the name of 
Carmichael on inheriting the estates of the Earl ! 
of Hyndford (extinct). Address — Government 
House'. Calcutta. Residence — Skirling House, 
Biggar, N.B. Club — Broolis's ; Travellers' ; 
Athenaeum. 

The late Eev. Sik AVilliam Hexry Gibson- 
Caemkhael, 10th Bt., M.A., D.L., b. 9 Oct. 1827 ; 
12 Mav, 1858, Eleanora Aime (d. 6 Jan. 1861), dau. of 
David Andorsou, of St. Germains, and d. 19 Dec. 1891. 
Issue — 

1. Sir Thomas David Caksiichael, llth Bt. and 
1st Baron. 

2. John Miirkay Gibson-Carmichael, Heir Pkes. 
TO Baronetcy only, b. 27 Dec. 1860 ; ui. 27 April, 
1892, Amy (d. 9 March, 1899), dau. of Frederick Arch- 
dale, of Baldock, Herts. Besidence — BlairgowTie, 
Fleet, Hants. Issue — 

1. Alexander David Gibsou-Cannichael, b. 10 Feb. 
1895 ; sub.-lieut., R.N. 

1. Eleanora Fitzroy. 

2. Violet Penelope. 

RIVETT-CARNAC, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 12 

Mareh.1836. — Sir Claude James Rivett-C-\bnac, 

s. oi 3rd Bt. ; snc. his father in 1909. B. 21 

Dec. 1877 : served in the S.African war and sub- 

secjuently in the Cape Mounted Rifles. The 1st 

Bt. was M.P. for Sandwich in 1837. and Gov. 

of Bombay from 1838-41 ; his father had assumed 

the name of Carnac in addition to his patronymic ; 

he was desc. from Thomas Rivett, Mayor of 

Derby in 1715, whose ancestor. Thomas Ryvet, 

of Tritton, Norfolic, d. in 1272. Residence — 

The c; range, Southwater, Horsham. 

Heir Pres., liis kinsm.an, William Perceval Eivett- 

Carnac, s. of William John, 2nd s. of Sir James, 1st 

Bt., b. 1847 ; m. 28 April, 1885, Frances Maria, 

dau. of the late Francis Cliarles Forbes. Residence — 

Denmark Avenue, Wimbledon ; 82, Palace Chambers, 

Westminster. Issue — 

1. Mary Frances. 

2. Eleanor Maude, m. 18 May, 1912, Claud Robert 
Nightingale. 

Sir Johx Rivett-Carnac, 2nd Bt., b. 10 Aug. 1818 ; 

D.L., J.P. : capt. 73rd Regt. ; M.P. for Lvmington 1852- 

60 : m. 19 Dec. 1840, Anne Jane (d. 2 Sept. 1876), o. c. 

of Samuel Sproule, and d. 4 Aug. 1883. Issue — 
1. Sir James Henry Sproule EI^^;TT-CARNAC, 
oRD Bt., b. 27 .Tune, 1846 ; lieut. 73rd Regt. ; 
m. 20 -4ug. 1872, Mary Jeannie (Residence — 94, 
Sloane Street, S.W.), dau. of the late Ambrose 
Henderson, of Bodmin, Cornwall, and d. 4 June, 1909. 
Issui — 
1. Sir Claud James Rivett-Carnac, pres. Bt. 

1. Beatrice Hilda Sproule, m. 24 April, 1900, Harry 
Percival Foulerton, M.D., H.M. Prisons Service, and 
has issue. Residence — 

2. Muriel Edith Frances, m. 25 April, 1908, Francis 
Cliail's Montague van Cortlandt. 

1. Frances Henrietta, m. 18 Jan. 1866, Col. Henry 
Stratton Bates (Club — United Service), late Yorks 
Regt., formerly capt. 8th Hussars. Residence — 
Langtons, Alresford, Hants. 

2. Caroline Anne Ennna, m. 21 Jan. 1875, Major-Gen. 
John Pennock Campbell, who d. 25 Dec. 1903, East 
Lanes Regt., and has issu(>. 

CARNARVON, 5th Earl of. Great. 3 Julv, 
1793; Baron Porchester, 17 Oct. 1780 (G.B.). — 
Geobge Edwaed Stanhope Molyneux Her- 



bert, s. of 4th Earl. B. 26 June, 1866 ; ni. 26 
June, 1895, Alraina Victoria, dau. of Frederick 
Charles Wombwell, sue. his father 1890; ed.atEton 
and Camb. ; D.L., J.P., Hants.; Lord High Steward 
of Newbury. This is a branch of the House of 
Flerbert Earls of Pembroke and Montgomery, 
springing from Maj.-Gen. the Hon. William 
Herbert, 5th s. of 8th Earl of that family. Resi- 
dences — 13, Berkeley Sc[uare, W. ; Highclere 
Castle, Newbury, Berks ; Bretby Park, Burton- 
oii -Trent. Issue — 
Henry George Alfred Marius Victor Francis, 
Lord Porchester, b. 7 Nov. 1898. 
Ladv Evelvn Leonora Almina. 
Henry John George Herbert, 3rd Earl of Car- 
narvon, b. 8 June, 1800 ; m. 4 Aug. 1830. Henrietta 
Anna (d. 26 Mav, 1S76), dau. of Lord Henry Thomas 
Howard, and d. 10 Dec. 1849. Issue— 
1. Hfnry Howard Molyneux Herbert, 4th Earl 
of CuiNARVON, P.C, D.C.L., LL.D., b. 24 June, 1831 ; 
Lord Lieut, co. Soutliampton ; High Steward of 
Oxford University ; Constable of Carnarvon Castle ; 
Sec. of State for the Colonies 1866-67 and 1S7J-78 ; 
Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1885-86 ; D.L. Notts ; 
hon. col. 2nd Vol. Batt. Hampshire Regt. ; President 
of the Society of Antiquaries; m. 1st, 5 Sept. 1861, 
Evelyn (d. 2.4 Jan. 1875), dau. of 6th Earl of Chester- 
field"; m. 2nd. 26 Dec. 1878, Elizabeth Catharine 
(Residences — Pixton Park, Dulverton, Somerset ; 
Teversal Manor, Mansfield, Notts\ dau. of Henry 
Howard, of Greystoke Castle, Cumberland, and d. 
28 June, 1890. Issue liy 1st m.— 
1. George E. S. M. Herbert, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Winifred Anne Henrietta Christine, m. 
1st, 10 Jan. 1887, Capt. Hon. Alfred George Byng, 
who d. 8 Nov. 1 887 ; m. 2nd, 4 March, 1890, 1st Baron 
Burghclere. 

2. Lady Margaret Leonora Evelyn Selina, lU. 10 
Sept. 'l904. George Herbert Duckworth. Resi- 

i denci! — 35, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. 

0. Lady Victoria Alexandrina Mary Cecil (Queen 
\ Victoria, sponsor). Residence — 5, Stratford Place, 

W. 
Issue Iiv 2ad m. — ■ 

2. Hon. Aubrev Nigel Heiirv Molyneux Herbert, 
b. 3 April, 1880 ; m. 20 Oct. 1910, Hon. Mary 
Gertrude, dau. of 4th Vise, de Vesci ; ed. at Ox- 
ford ; lieut. Roy. N. Devon Yeo. , hon. attachS 

I diplo. service ; contested S. Somerset, Jan. and 

Dec. 1910 ; M.P. for S. Somerset since Nov. 1911. 
, Residence — Pixton Park, Dulverton. Clubs — Tra- 

[ vellers' ; Bath. Issue — 

1. Gabriel Mary Hermione. 
j 2. Anne Bridget DomevUle. 

3. Hon. Mervyn Robert Howard Molyneux Hcr- 
j l:)ert, b. 27 Dec. 1882 : ed. at Eton and Oxford ; 

;?rd sec. in the diplomatic service 1910. 

CARNEGIE, Baron. See Southesk, Earl of. 

CARNWATH, 16th Earl of. Great. 21 April, 
1639 ; Baron Dalzell, and Libberton, 18 Sept. 
1628 : Bart. 11 April, 1666 (S.).— Ronald 
Arthur Dalzeuu, s. of 15th Earl. B. 3 June, 
1883 ; m. 23 July. 1910, Maude Maitland, dau. 
of John Eden Savile, of St. Martin's, Stamfoi-d ; 
sue. his father 1910. This family, one of the 
most ancient in Scotland, traces its descent from 
the reign of Kenneth II. ; the 6th Earl being 
taken, in 1715, in rebellion against George I., his 
honours were attainted : they were restored, 
however, by act of Parliament, to the 10th Earl. 
Residence — 34, Clanricarde Gardens. W. Clubs — 
— Carlton ; Conservative. 

Robert Alexander Dalzell, 10th E.vrl of Carn- 
WATH, to whom the lionours were restored 26 Mav, 1826, 
b. 13Feb. 1768; lieut.-gen. ; m. 2nd, 26 April, 1794, 
And.alusia, dau. of Lt.-Col. Arthur Brown, of Kuock- 
duffe House, Kiusalc, and d. 1 Jan. 1839. Issue — 
The Late Hon. Robert Alexandi'r George Dalzell, b. 19 
Aug. 1816 ; col. Grcn. Gds., C.B., Knt. of the Order 
of Medjidie ; m. 27 Aug. 1846, Sar.ih Busliby (Resi- 
dence — Watnall Hall, Nottingham), dau. of Capt. 
John Harris, R.N., of Eldon House, .Condon, Canada, 
and d. 19 Oct. 1878. Issue— 

1. Robert H.uirts Carnwath Dalzell. 15th 
Earl of Carnw.\th, who sue. his uncle, b. I .July, 
1847; It.-col. Queen's Own Cameron Hialilanders ; 
rep. peer : m. 19 Aug. 1873, Emilv Sulivan (d. 

7 May. 1889), dau. of Henry Hippislev, oi Lam- 
borne Place, Berks, and Cote House. Oxford,. and d. 

8 Mar. 1910. Issue — 



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1. Ronald Arthur Dalzell, pres. Earl. 

1. Lady Ida Elizabeth, m. 8 Juno, 1907, Frederick 
Kaiiion de Bertodano, s. of R. E. de Bertodano, 
and lias issue. Residence — Holms Hill House, 
Barnet, Herts. 

2. Lady Violet Charlotte, m. 19 Feb. 1901, 
Harold G. Henderson, M.P. {see Henderson, 
Bt.). 

2. Hon. Arthur Edwakd Daizell, Heir Pres., 
b. 2.5 Dec. 18.51 ; raised to rank of Earl's s. 1889 ; 
entd. Army 1872 ; comm. 12th Batt. Cheslure Regt. ■ 
col. and officer in charge of Infantry Records,' 
Lichfield, 1906 ; late comrndg. No. 6 Uist. Northern 
Command at Lichfield, ret. pay 2.5 i>ec. 1908 ; 
served in Burma war (medal and clasp) and in S.A. 
war 1899-1902 (2 medals 7 clasps) ; C.B. (Mil.), 1901 ; 
inspector of Gymnasia, Bengal and Punjab, 1892-6 ; 
is commander of Portuguese Order of St. Bento 
d'Aviz ; m. 4 Pec. 1902, Muriel Wyndham, dau. of 
Col. Norton Knatchbull. Residence — Burton,'Court 
Linton, nr. Ross, Hereford.shire. Clubs — Bache- 
lors' ; Army and Navy. Issue — • 

Muriel Marjorie. 
1. Lady Mary Isabella, m. 30 July, 1874, Maj. 
Thomas Leith, D.L., J.P. (Club— Wellington). 
Residence — Petmathen, Oyne, Aberdeenshire. 
Issue — 

1. Capt. Alexander Robert Leith, 60th Rifles, 
b. 1878 ; served in S. African war ; present at 
Siege of Ladysniith ; m. 1905, Hon. Alexandra 
Gladys, dau. of Henry, 1st Baron Swansea. Club 
— Wellington. Issue — 

Patrick Thomas Vivian Leith, b. 1910. 
Alba Gladys Ivy. 

2. Thomas Geoffrey Leith, b. 1883 ; m. 1913, 
Olga, dau. of the late Edward Schwarz. Issue — 

Phihp Edward Meric Leith, b. 1914. 

1. Evelyn Mary Amelia, m. 1909, Percy Robert 
Bruce. 

2. Marjory Edith, m. 1906, Maj. Charles Legge 
Eustace Robertson-Eustace, D.S.O., 60th Rifles, 
who d. 1908. 

2.. Lady Cliailotte Emma Maud, m. 2.5 Feb. 1882, 
Col. Sir Lancelot Rolltston, K.C.B. (se<? Knightage). 

CARPENTARIA (Northern Australia), 1st 
Bishop of. Founded 1900. — Rt. Rev. F. Gilbebt 
White, D.D.. s. of Rev. Gilbert White, M.A., 
late vie. of Leusden, Devon. B. 1859 ; ed. at 
Oxford (sometime scliolar St. Mary's Hall) ; B.A. 
1881. M.A. 188.5, D.D. 1908; ord. 1883; rec- 
tor of Hughenden, N. Queensland, 1898-1900, 
when he was- consecrated to this see ; canon 
and examining chap. 1891-1900, and archdeacon 
N. Queensland 1892-1900. The diocese ex- 
tends over 600,000 sq. miles, and comprises 
the Northern Territory of ,South Australia, the 
Northern part of Queensland, and the adjacent 
islands. Residence — Thursday Island, Australia. 

CARRICK, Earl of. See Royal Family. 

CARRICK, 7th Earl of. Great. 10 June, 1748 ; 
Vise. Ikerrin. 12 May, 1629 ; Baron Butler. KSOT 
(I.); Baron Butler (U.K.), 8 July, 1912. — 
Chaeles Ernest Alfeed Feench Somerset 
BuTLEE, s. of 6th Earl ; sue. his father 1909. 
B. 15 Nov. 1873 ; m. 16 Nov. 1898, Ellen Ro.sa- 
mond JNIary, clau. of Lt.-Col. Henry Gore Lind- 
say ; ed. at Repton and R.M.C. Sandhurst ; 
formerly lieut. Yorks. L.I. ; Comptroller of 
Household to Lord Lieut, of Ireland since 1913: 
D.Ij. for Kilkenny ; is inspector in Agricultural 
and Technical Instruction Department, Ireland. 
This family is clese. from a common ancestor 
with the house of Ormonde. The 1st Vise. 
Ikerrin was Sir Pierce Butler, of Lisinallon, a 
lineal descendant of Edmund, who was creat. in 
1315 Earl of Carrick-Mac-Griffyne for his ser- 
vices against the Scots. Tlie 8th Vise. Ikerrin 
obtained the earldom which his descendant 
enjoys. Residence — 9, Hurlingham Court, S.W. 
Seat — Mount Juliet, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny. 
Clubs — Kildare Street, Dublin ; Roj'. St. George 
Yacht ; Hurlingham, S.W. Issue. 

1. Theobald Walter Somerset Henry Butler, 
Lord Ikerrin, b. 23 May, 1903. 

2. Hon. Hoviicc Sonierset Edmond Butler, twin with 
his bro., b. 23 May, 1903. 

3. Hon. Guy Somerset Lionel Butler, b. .5 Nov. 1905. 

4. Hon. Godfrey Claud Somerset Pierce Butler, b. 
22 Nov. 1907. 



' 5. Hon. Pierce Alan Somerset David Butler, b. 12 
Nov. 1909. 

1. Lady Rosamond Kathleen Margaret, b. 31 Aug. 
1899. 

2. Lady Irene June Beatrice, b. 11 June, 1901. 
Charles Henry Somerset Butler, 6th Earl of 
CARRICK. b. 5 Aug. 1851-; maj. Welch Regt. ; m. 1st, 8 
Jan. 1S73, Kathleen Emily Hamilton (d. 21 June, 1888), 
dau. of Lt.-Col. Albert Ernest Ross, 5th Fus. ; m. 2nd, 
1893, Emily Codrinoton, m. dau. of late Mark Jones, 
and d. 6 April, 1909. Issue by 1st m. — 

Charles Ernest A. F. S. Butler, pres. Earl. 
Lady Kathleen, m. 24 March, 1897, Walter Charles 
Lindsay, M.V.O., and has issue. Residence — Bally- 
lincli House, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny. 

Aunt living — 

Lady Mary Emily (pat. of precedence, 15 Sept. 1910), 
sister of 6th Earl ; m. 22 Feb. 1876, Rev. George Piatt 
Dew, B.A , and has issue. 

Cousin living — 

Lady Lucy Maria, dau. of 3rd Earl, in. 19 March, 1863, 
6th Lord Massy. 

CARRINGTON, Earl and Baron. See Lincoln- 
shire, jMaeq. of. 

CARSON, Privy Counsellor.— Rt. Hon. Sib 
Edward Henry- Caeson, Knt. Bach, (.see Knight- 
age). 

CART WRIGHT, Privy Counsellor.— The Rt. 
Hon. Sie Fairfax Leighton Caetweic;ht, 
G.C.V.O. (see Knightage). 

CARY, Baron. fSee Falkland , Vise. 

CARYSFORT, Earldom. Ext. 4 Sept. 1909. 
Great. 20 Aug. 1789. Baron Carysfort, 23 Jan. 
1762 (I. ). Baron Carysfort, 21 Jan. 1801 (U.K. ). 
The late William Proby, Sth Earl of Carysfort, 
R.P., b. 18 Jan. 1830 ; Lord Lieut, of Wicklow ; D.L., 
J.P. Hunts ; M.A. Camb. ; m. 11 April, 1860, CharlottH 
Mary (Residence — 10, Hereford Gardens, W. ; Gl-narfc, 
Arklow, Ireland), dau. of Rev. Robert Heathco":!', of 
Friday Hill, Chingford, and d. 4 Sept 1909. 

CARTIER, Baronetcy (ext. 21 ISIay, 1873). 
Creat. 24 Aug. 1868. — The late Sib George 
Etienne Caetiee, Bt., b. 6 Sept. 1814 ; ni. 
16 June, 1846, Hortense (d. 1898), dau. of Ed- 
ward Raymond Fabre, of Montreal, Canada, and 
d. 21 May, 1873. Issue living — 

Marie Hortense. Residence — Villa La Liaiie, Route 

d'Antibes, Cannes. 

CASHEL, Emly, Waterford, and Lismore, 

1 Bishop of. — 52nd Bishop of Cashel. founded 001 ; 

1 83rd Bishop of Emly, founded 448 : 58th Bishop 

of Waterford, founded 1096 ; 64th Bishop of 

Lismore, foimded 631. — Rt. Rev. Henry 

Stewaet O'Haea, s. of Rev. James O'Hara, of 

O'Hai-a Brook. Antrim, and The Castle, Port- 

j Stewart, sometime Rector of Coleraine,by Caro- 

I line Deffell, dau. of William Alves. of Enham 

! Place, Hants. B. 6 Sept. 1843 : m. 13 Feb. 

1872, Hatton Thomasina, dau. of Thomas Scott, 

of Willsboro, Londonderry. D.L., J.P. ; cd. at 

Collegiate Sch. Leicester and Trin. Coll. Dub. ; 

M.A. 1868, D.D. 1900 ; ord. 1867 ; rector of 

Coleraine 1869-94; vie. of Belfast 1894-1900, 

when he was consecrated to this see ; canon of 

St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublm, 1897 ; Dean of 

Belfast 1899. The diocese includes the Comity 

of Waterford with part of Tipperary and Limerick. 

Residence — The Palace, Waterford. 

CASSEL, Privy Counsellor. — Rt. Hon. Sir 

Ernest Joseph Cassel, G.C.B. (see Knightage). 

CASSILLIS, Earl of. See Ailsa, :\Iar;,'. of. 

CASTLE-CUFF, Vise. <S'ee Desert. Earl of. 

CASTLE-DURROW, Baron. See Ashbrook,. 
Vise. 

CASTLEHAVEN, Baron. .S'ee Cromartie, 
Earl of. 



CASTLEMAINE] PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS 



13; 



CASTLEMAINE, 5th Baron (I.). Great. 21 
Dec. 1S12.- — Albert Edward Handcock, s. of 
4th Bavon. B. 26ilarch, 18G3 : m. 25 Sept. 1895, 
Annie Evelyn, dau. of Col Barriugton, of Old 
Charlton. Kent, and co. Limerick ; sue. his 
father 1892 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford : B.A. 
1885 : late lieut. 4th Roy. Inniskilling Eus. ; 
rep. peer for Ireland since 1898: Lord Lieut, co. 
Westmcath : a Ivnight of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England. The 1st Peer's 
iincle was creat. Baron and Vise, the Barony 
being in remainder to his bro. Upon his death 
without male issue the viscounty expired. The 
family deduces its descent from William Hand- | 
cock.'of Twyford in Westmeath, who represented 
that CO. in the 1st parliament after the Restora- I 
tion. Residences — Moydrum Castle, Athlone ; | 
Hare Island, co. Westmeath. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Tiu-f : Wellington ; Kildare Street ; St. George's 
Yacht. Issue — 

Hon. Evelyn Constance. 

RlCHAEP HANDCOCK, 3RD BAR0\ CASTLEMAINE, b. 17 

Nov. 1791 ; a rep. peer: m. 17 April, 1822, Margaret 
(d. 27 .Tan. 18(u), dau. of Michael Harris, of Dublin, and 
d. 4 July, 1809. Issue— 

1. ElCHARP HANDCOCK, 4TH B.ARON CASTLEMAINE, 
b. 25 .July, 1826 ; a rep. peer ; Lord Lieut, for West- 
nieath ; m. 10 Feb. 1857, Louisa Matilda (d. 31 Jan. 
1892), dau. of 2nd Baron Harris, and d. 26 April, 
1892. Issue living — 

1. Albert Edward Handcock, pres. Baron. 

2 Hon. Robert Arthur Handcock, Heir Pres., 

b. 19 April, 1864 : ni. 16 .Tan. 1894, Etliel Violet, 

0. dau. of Col. Sir Edmond Bainbridae, K.C.B., 
R.A. ; ed. at Harrow : D.L., J.P. for Westmeath. 
Besidence — Garnafailagh, Athlone. Clubs — Sack- 
\-ille Street ; Boy. St. George's Yacht. Issue^ 

Violet Louisa. 

1 . Hon. Florence Margaret, m. 14 Jan. 1886, Hubert 
Broughton-Adderley. Besidence — Barlastoh Hall, 
Stoke, Staffs. 

2. Hon. Edith Louisa, m. 10 Oct. 1891, 2nd Baron 
Bosmead. 

3. Hon. Margaret (Meta), m. 30 June, 1891, David 
Knox Buttl(?dge, of Barbersfort, co. Galway, and 
Calurgal House, Tuani. 

4. Hon. Alice, m. 12 Oct. 1892, Col. Meade James 
Crosbie Dennis, B.A., J.P. Besidence — Fort 
Granite, Baltinalass, co. Wicklow. 

2. The late Hon. Bobert John Handcock, B.A. Dub., 
b. 19 Sept. 1830 : lieut. 48tli Begt. ; m. 10 Jan. 1856, 
Caroline Emily Louisa (Residence — Auburn, Hather- 
ley Boad, Cheltenham), dau. of Gen. Henry Pester, 
RJI.A., and d. 10 April, 1892. Issue— 

1 The late Richard Henry Handcock, lieut. Roy. 
Munster Fus.. b. 9 July, 1858; ni. 9 Feb. 1886, 
Katherine Eleanora (Residence — 14, Chaucer Road, 
Bedford), dau. of Ven. Arthur Palmer, Archdeacon 
of Toronto, and d. 1 Nov. 1891. Issue — 

1. Kathleen Margaret Victoria, m. 4 Jan. 1912, 
Edward Otto Reis, Commissioner Chinese Marl- 
lime Service, s. of Adolph Eels, of Shanghai. 

2. Dorotliy Madeline. 

3. Iris Eleanora Caroline. 

4. Florence Guv. 

2. Robert .Tohn Handcock, b. 19 Sept. 1860 ; B.A. 
Camb. 1889 ; m. 1903, Eleanor Annie Esther, 
dau. of .Tames Hodd<'r Staveley. Residence — 
Darsle Vale, Bray, co. Wicklow. Issue — 

John Michael Schombcrg Staveley, b. 10 March, 

1904. 

Leonie Caroline Esther. 
:?. Henry Handcock, b 26 June, 1869. 

1. Margaret Georgina. 

2. Caroline Florinda Evelyn. 

3. En.ily Annette, m. 5 Oct. 1896, Percy Wright. 

4. Alexandra Louisa, m. 13 Dec. 1892, John Minchin 
Garden, A.P.D., wlio d. Jan. 1912. 

3. Sydney. 



CASTLEMARTYR, Baron. 

Earl of. 



See Shannon, 



CASTLEREAGH, Vise. See Londonderry, 
Marq. of. 

CASTLEROSSE, Vise, and Baron. See Ken- 
mare, Earl of. 

CASTLE STEWART, 6th EarL Great. 30 Dec. 
1800 ; Vise. Stuart 20 Dec. 1793 ; Baron Castle 
Stuart, 7 Nov. 1G19 (I.); Bt., 2 Oct. 1637 (S.). 



— Andrew John Stuart, son of the Rev. the 
Hon. Andrew Godfrey Stuart (son of 2nd 
Earl), b. 21 Dec. 1841; late Madras Civil Ser- 
vice ; m. 23 Sept. 1870, Emma Georgina, dau. 
of Gen. Arthur Stevens, 26th Madras, N.I., sue. his 
cousin 1914. This family is a branch of the 
royal house of Stuart, springing from the D\ike 
of Albany, regent of Scotland. The 1st Lord 
Stuart was 3rd Lord Ochiltrie, who sold the 
Barony and title of Ochiltrie to his cousin, and 
was afterwards raised to tlie peerage by a fresh 
title. Residence — Stuart Hall, Stewartstown, 
CO. Tyrone. 13, Park Crescent, Worthing. Issue — 

1. Andrew John Stdart, Lord Stcakt, Hbik, ed. 
at Oxford: b. 27 Dec. 1880. 

2. Bobeit Sheflield Stuart, b. 1 May, 1886 ; lieut.Roy. 
Scots Fus. ; m. 9 Dec. 1909, Constance Evelyn 
Nancye, dau. of late Capt. Edward W. D. Croker, 93rd 
Highlanders. 

3. A.rthur Stuart, ed. at Camb. : b. 6 Aug. 1889. 

4. Charles Patrick Stuart, ed. at Camb., h. 21 Sept. 
1892. 

1. Katherine Frances. 
Robert Stuart, 2nd Earl Castle Stewart, b. 19 
Aug. 1784 : m. April, 1806, Jemima (d. 27 April, 1859), 
o. dau. of Col. Robison, R.A., and d. 10 June, 1854. 
Issue — 

1. Edward Stuart, 3Rn Earl Castle Stewart. 

2. Charles Knox Stuart. 4th Earl Castle Stewart, 
b. 23 April, 1810 ; m. 24 March 1835, Charlotte Raffles 
Dewey (d. 1 Feb. 1906), o. dau. of Quintin Thompson, 
and d. 12 Sept. 1874. Issue — 

1 . Henry James Stuart-Eichardson, 5th Earl, of 
Castle Stewart, b. 21 March, 1837; m. 1 Nov. 
1886, Augusta LeVicomto Massy Richardson (d. 3 
Dec. 1908), dau. and heir of late Maj. Richardson- 
Brady, of baklands, co. T.vrone, and widow of Maj. 
Hugh Massy, late lieut. Tyrone Militia; assumed 
1867 the additional name of Richardson, and d. 5 
June, 1914. Issue — 

1. Lady Muriel Albany, m. 2 June, 1891, Maj. 
Maxwell Archibald Close, D.L. Residence — 
Drumbanagher, Poyntzpass, co. Armagh. 

2. L<ady Mary m. 21 Dec 1898, Lt.-Col. Edward 
Harrison Cloiigh-Tavlor. Residence — Firby Hall, 
York. 

1. Lady Alice Maud, m. 16 Jan. 1867, E. Huntly 
Hooper. Residence — Slielly Hill, Christchurch, 
Hants. 

2. Lady Margaret Louisa, m. 1st, 28 Dec. 1865, 
Mai .-Gen. Thomas Erskine Arthur Hall (d. 9 Feb. 
1901) ; ,n. 2nd, 7 July, 1903, Rev. Albert Smith, 
vicar of Wendover. who d. 20 Aug. 1914. 

3. Lady Siilina Octa%'ia. Residence — Villa Garda, 
Torquay. 

3. The late Rev. the Hon. Andrew Godfrey Stuart, 
M.A., b. 24 Sept. 1812 ; hon. canon of Peterborough, 
rector of Cottesmore, Oakham ; m. 1st, 21 Dec. 1835, 
Hon. Catherine Anne (d. 25 Dec. 1845), dau. of 5th 
Vise. Powerscourt ; m. 2nd, 24 April, 1849. Mary 
Penelope (d. 24 Jan. 1859), dau. of Rev. the Hon. 
Leland Noel Noel, and d. 19 Sept. 1889. Issue living 
by 1st m. — 

1. Andrew John Stuart, Pres., Earl. 

2. The late Richard Wingfield Stuart, b. 17 Jan. 1843; 
m. 1st, 17 Feb. 1872, Jeannie Miriam (d. 1889), dau. of 
.Tohn Macdermot,of Sydnev ; m. 2nd, 1891. Isabel 
Clare, dau. of Charles Lee, "of N.S.W., and d. 1914. 
Residence — Airlie Hall, Tenterfield, N.S.W. Issue— 

1. John William Wingfield Stuart, b. 17 Dec. 1901. 

2. Richard Stuart, b. 1904. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

3. Tbe late Hor.ice Noel Stuart, b. 30 Itec.1850 ; m. ;^0 
April. 1881, Madeline Frances, dau. of Walter Hem- 
ing, of Spring Grove, Bewdley, and d. 3 Aug. 1900. 
Issue — 

Robert James Noel Stuart, b. 23 Oct. 1886. 
1. Mary Beatrice. 



CASTLETOWN, 3nd Baron (UK.). Great. 
10 Dec. 1869 ; C.M.G. 1902 : K.P. 1907 ; P.C. 
(I.) 1908. — Bernard Edward Barnaby Fitz- 
Patrick, s. of 1st Baron, and Augusta, dau. of 
Rev. Archibald Douglas. B. in London 29 July, 
1849 : m. 23 April, 1874, Hon. LTrsula Clare 
Emily St. Leger, daxi. of 4th Vise. Doneraile ; 
sue. iiis father 1883 ; ed. at Eton and Oxford; 
B.A., 2nd class law and history 1870 ; served with 
1st Life Gds. in Egyptian cainpaign 1882, having 
prevously 1871-74 been an officer in that Regt. ; 
M.P. Portarlington 1880-3; late It. -col. comdg, 
4th Batt. Leinster Regt. (M.) ; served in the S.A. 



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war ; memb. of Roy. Commn. for St. Louis Exhib. 
1904 : Chancellor Roy. Univ. of Ireland 1906 
(hon. LL.D. 1909) ; late maj. Roy. East Kent 
Yeo. ; D.L., J.P., Queen's Co. The 1st Peer 
was testamentary heir of the 2nd Earl of Upper 
Ossory, and was Lord Lieut, and M.P. for Queen's 
Co. for many years. Residences^Doneraile 
Court. CO. Cork ; Granston Manor, Abbeyleix, 
Queen's Co. ; 52, Green Street, Park Lane, W. 
Clubs — Travellers' ; Bachelors' ; Marlborough ; 
Kaldare Street, Dublin. 

Heir — None. 
Sister living — 

Hon. Cecilia Eniily Emma, m. 16 June, 1S68, Hon. 

Lewis Wingficld, who d. 12 Nov. 1891. Residence — 

Heliden, Wimbledon. 



CATHCART, 5th Earl, Creat. 16 July, 1814 ; 
Vise. Cathcavt, and Baron Greenock, 9 Nov. 
1807 (U.K.) ; Baron Cathcart, 8 Oct. 1447 (S.). 
— George Cathcabt, s. of 3rd Earl. B. 26 June, 
1862 : sue. his bro. 1911 : ed. at Charterhouse ; 
lieut. 4th Batt. Yorks. Regt. (il.) 1880-2. The 
1st Baron was Sir Alan Cathcart, Knt., warden 
of the West jMarches in the time of James II. of 
Scotland. The 8th Baron was a celebrated mili- 
tary commander in George II. 's reign ; the 1st 
Earl was commander-in-chief of the military 
forces in the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; 
he had been ambassador in Sweden, Russia, etc. 
Residences — Thornton-le-Street, Thirsk, York- 
shire ; Cathcart House, Renfrewshire. Club — 
Bachelors'. 

Chaeles Murray Cathcart, 2nd Earl Cathcart, 
G.C.B., b. 21 Dec. 1783 ; gen. in the Army ; col. 1st 
D.G. ; Gov.-Gen. of British North America ; served in 
Peninsula and at Waterloo ; m. 12 Feb. 1819, Henrietta 
(d. 24 June, 1872), dau. of Thomas Mather, and d. 10 
July, 1859. Issue — 

1. Alan Frederick Cathc.vrt, 3rd Earl Cathcart, 
V.D., b. 14 Nov. 1828 ; D.L. North Biding ; hon. col. 
1st Vol. Batt. Yorks. Regt. ; m. 2 April, 1850, Eliza- 
beth Mary (d. 13 April^ 1902), dau. of Sir Samuel 
Crompton, Bt , and d. 30 Oct. 1905. Issue— 

1. Alan Cathcart, 4th Earl Cathcart, b. 18 
March, 1856 ; d. 2 Sept. 1911. 

2. George Cathcart, pres. Earl. 

3. Hon. Archibald Hamilton Cathcart, Heir 
Pres., b. 30 Jan. 1873 ; ed. at Eton, in Germany, 
and at Roy. Agric. Coll. 

1. Lady Cecilia, m. 26 July, 1883, Capt. Edward 
Temple Rose, late 10th Hussars (see Rose, Bt.). 

2. Lady Ida, m. 24 July, 1880, Sir Thomas Leigh 
Hare, Bt. 

3. Lady Marion. 

4. Lady Emily. 

5. Lady Eva.' 

2. The late Col Hon. Augustus Murray Cathcart, Gren. 
Gds., b. 18 Aug. 1830 ; served in Crimean war ; m. 28 
Nov. 1866, Hon. Jean Mary Orde-Powlett (Residence 
— Mowbray House, Ripon), o. dau. of William, 3rd 
Baron Bolton, and d. 4 July, 1914. Issue — 

1. Mpj. Frederick Adriaii Cathcart, late 3rd Batt. 
York and Lanes. Regt., b. 20 June, 1873 : served in 
S.A. ; m. 15 Nov. 1904, Margaret Cecil Anne, dau. 
of Lt.-Col. the Hon. WiUiam Pitzwilliam Elliot. 
Residence — Carsphairn, Galloway. Issue — 

1. Alan Reginald Cathcart, b. 6 June, 1908. 

2. Charles Frederick Cathcart, b. 26 March, 1912. 
1. Mary Leta. 

2. Capt. Augustus Ernest Cathcart, K.R.R. Corps, 
b. 4 March, 1875 ; served in S.A. ; m. 10 June, 1913, 
Hilda Renee, dau. of W. F. Lee, of Grove Hall, 
Yorks. 

1. Mildred Mary. 

2. Constance, m. 1 June, 1897, William H. Ferrand, 
of St. Ives, Bingley, and has issue. 

3. Leta Adine. 

4. Vera, m. 10 Aug. 1914, A. P. Shngsbv. 



CATHCART, 6th Bt. (S.). Creat. 20 Jan. 
1703. — Sib Reginald Archibald Edward 
Cathcart, s. of 5th Bt., by Lady Eleanor, 
granddau. of 1st Marq. of Ailsa. B. at Adlestrop 
House. Gloucestershire, 19 Dec. 1838 : m. 5 Dec. 
1880, Emily Eliza Steele, dan. of John Pringle, 
and widow of John Gordon, of Chmy (Lady Gor- 
don Cathcart) ; sue. his father in 1878 ; ed. at 
Harrow ; lieut. Colds. Gds. 1859 ; capt. 1803 



(ret.) ; D.L. Inverness, Ayr, Aberdeen, and Banff. 
The family is a junior branch of the Earls Cath- 
cart, descended from the Hon. John, 2nd s. of the 
2ncl Baron. Residences — Killochan Castle, Ayr- 
shire ; Titness Park, Sunning Hill, Berks. ; Cluny 
Castle, Aberdeenshire ; South Uist, Inverness- 
shire. Clubs — Guards' ; Marlborough. 
Heir — None. 



CAULFIELD, 

E.OtL OF. 



Baron. See Chaelemont, 



CAVAN, 10th Earl of. Creat. 15 April, 1647 ; 
Vise. Kilcoursie, 1647 ; Baron Lambart, 1618 ; 
Baron Cavan, 17 Feb. 1617 (I.); M.V.O. 1910. 
— Feederick Rudolph Lambart, s. of 9th Earl. 
B. 16 Oct. 1865; m. 1 Aug. 1893, Inez, dau. of 
George Baden Crawley ; sue. his father 1900 ; 
late It.-coL Gren. Gds. ; col. 1912; brig.-gen. 1914; 
served in the S.A. war ; A.D.C. to the Gov.-Gen. 
of Canada (Baron Stanley of Preston) 1892. The 
1st Baron went to Ireland with the Earl of Essex, 
where he highly distinguished himself in the war. 
Residence — Wheathampstead House, Herts. Clubs 
—Guards' ; Turf. 

Frederick John William Lambabt, 8th Earl of 
Cavan, b. 30 Dec. 1815 ; m. 24 July, 1833, Hon. Caro- 
line Augusta Littleton (d. 18 Jan. 1892), dau. of 1st 
Baron Hatherton, and d. 16 Dec. 1887. Issue — 

1. Frederick Edward Gould Lambart, 9th Earl 
OP Cavan, K.P.. I.e., b. 21 Oct. 1839; D.L. for 
Somerset ; M.P. for S. Somerset 1885-92 ; heut. R.N.; 
Vice-C'hamberlain H.M. Household 1886 ; m. 22 July, 
1863, Mary Sneade (d. 2 Aug. 1905), o. c. of Rev. 
John Olive, M. A., Rector of Ayot St. Lawrence, Herts., 
and d. 14 July, 1900. Issue— 

1. Frederick R. Lambart, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Lionel John Olive Lambart, Heir Pres., 
b 16 July, 1873 ; commander (ret.) R.N. ; J.P. 
Dorset ; m. 8 May, 1906, Adelaide Douglas, dau. 
of late Capt. Arthur Randolph Randolph, of East 
Court, Wilts. Residence — Marsh Court, Sher- 
borne, Dorset. Club — United Service. 

3. Rev. the Hon. Horace Edward Samuel Sneade 
Lambart, b. 25 Aug. 1878; m.9 July, 1907, Audrey 
Kathleen, o. dau. of Alfred B. Loder, of Aldwick- 
bury, Herts.; ed. at Oxford; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1904 ; served with the C.I.V. in S. African war ; 
late cur. of St. Faith's, Stepney, and vie. of Leaton, 
Salop ; chap. Shropshire Yeo. Residence — The 
Vicarase, Market Drayton. Issue — 

1. Michael Edward Oliver Lambart, b. 29 Oct. 
1911. 

1 . Mary Veronica. 

2. Daphne Olive. 

1. Lady Ellen Olive. Residence — Money Hill 
House, Rickmansworth. 

2. Lady Maud Edith Gundrcda, m. 25 June, 1892, 
Henry J. Barrett, who d. 1901. Residence — Pinches, 
Rustington, Sussex. 

2. Hon. Octavius Henrv Lambart, b. 10 Jan. 1855 ; 
m. 15 Oct. 1878, Hannah Sarah (d. 10 March, 1911), 
dau. of late Hiram E. Howard, of Buffalo, New 
York. Residence — Vine Lynn, New Edinburgh, 
Ottawa, Canada. Issue — 

Howard Frederick John Lambart, Dominion Obs. 
Staff, B.Sc. 1904, McGill Univ. Canada; b. 30 
Dec. 1880 ; memb. Canada-Alaska Boundary Sur- 
vey ; m. 10 March, 1908, Helen Marianne, o. 
dau. of late Samuel Shelly Wallbridge, LI^.B., of 
Belleville, Canada. Residence — Vine Lynne, Ottawa, 
Canada. Issue — 

1. Frederick Arthur Henry, b. 28 Nov. 1910. 

1. Helen Hyacinthe. 

3. Evelyn Mary. 
Caroline Augusta. 

3. Maj. Hon. Arthur Lambart, b. 11 Aug. 1858 ; ed. 
at R.M.A., Woolwich ; m. 1883, Winifred Edith, 
widow of George Broughton ; lieut. R.A. 1878, 
capt. 1887, adj. 1889-92, raai. (ret.) 1897; assist, 
inspector of small arms 1894-7. Residence — 42, 
Parkside, Knightsbridge, S.W. 

1. Lady Mary Hyacinthe, m. 6 May, 1875, the Baron 
Hans H. Von Essen, who d. 1894, and has issue. 
Residence — Stockholm, Sweden. 

CAVE, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat, 21 Jiily, 1896, 
— Sir Charles Daniel Cave, s. of Daniel Cave, 
J. P., of Sidburj' Manor. Devon, and Cleve Hill, 
Gloucestershire, and Frances, dau. of Henry 
Locoek, of Northampton. B. 17 Sept. 1832 : m. 
1 Sept. 1859, Edith Harriet (d. 5 Aug. 1912), dau. 
of John Addington Symonds, of Clifton, M.D. ; 



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ed. at Oxford ; M.A. 1857 ; is a director of Union 
of London and Smith's Bank, Ltd.. of London. 
Bristol, and elsewhere : D.L.. J.P., Gloucs. and 
Devon : High Sheriff, Bristol, 1862 : Devon 1898. 
Residences — Sidburv Manor, Sidmouth : Stone- 
leigh House, Clifton", Bristol : Cleve Hill, Glouces- 
tershire. Club — Carlton. Issue living — 

1. rHAKLE'!HEN-RYCAVE.b.l7March.lS61; m. 12 Jan. 
1892. Beatrice Julia, dan. of Sir Frederick Martiu 
Williams. 2nd Bt. ; ed. at Eton and Oxford ; B.A. 
1883 • V L., J. P., Gloucs. Kesidencc— Bodway Hill 
Housi\ Mangotsfleld, Bristol. Chib— Artliur's. Issue— 

1. Edward Cliarles Cave, b. 2 Jan. 189:i. 

2. Walter Henry Cliarles Cave, b. 15 March. 1895 ; 
2nd lieut. Dorset Eegt. 

3. Victor Cliarles Cave, b. 20 June. 1897. 

2. Walter Frederick Cave, b. 17 Sept. 1863 : m. 21 
June. 1892, .Jessie Maria, dau. of tlie late Hugh Coch- 
rane, of Montreal, Canada. Residence — 15, West 
Eaton Place, S.W. Club — Arthur's. Issue — 

Richard Walter Dundonald Cave, b. 15 Sept. 1901. 

3. Major Artliiir Steplien Cave, li. 24 June, 1865 : 
Princess Charlotte of Wales' Roy. Berks. Regt. ; ni.lO 
Jan. 1905, Ina Graham, dau. of Roland L. IST. Michell, 
C.M.G., of Limassol, Cvprus. Residence — Santec, 
St. Giles Hill, Wincliester. Club— Army and Navy. 
Issue — 

Ronald Arthur Cave. b. 20 June, 1910. 
1. Edith Frances. 



CAVE-BROWNE-CAVE, 12th Bt. (E.). Creat. 
30 June, lii-ll. — Sir Gknixle Cave-Browne- 
Ca\t;, s. of 11th Bt. B. 3 Sept. 1860: sue. 
his father 1907 : ed. at St. Helen's Coll. Southsea, 
and Repton ; served in Boxer Exped. in China, 
and American-Spanish war : is patron of 1 living. 
The 1st Bt. was distinguished in the civil wars ; 
he was desc. from Wyamarus de Cave, who held 
lands at North and South Cove, in Yorkshire, 
1080. Residence — 221. Johnson Avenue, Rich- 
mond Hill, Long Island, New York. 
Sm John Robeet Cave-Browxe-Cave. ioth Bt., 
b. 4 March. 1798; m. 22 Nov. 1S21, Catharine Penelope 
(d. 13 March, 1871), dau. and co-heir of William Mills, of 
Barlaston Hall, and d. 11 jS'ov. 1855. Issue — 

1. Sir Myiles Cave-Beowne-Cave. 11th Bt., b. 
1 Aug. 1822; lieut. 11th Hussars; maj. Derbyshire 
Yeo. : P.L., J.P., Derby Leicester, and Warwick ; 
m. 15 May, 1855, IsabcUe (Residenct> — Wayfield, 
Stratford-on-Avon), dau. and co-heir of late .John 
Taylor, of Jfcwarkc, Leicestershire, and d. 22 Jan. 1907. 
Issue living — 

1. Sir GExruE Cave-Beg wxe-Cave, pres. Bt. 

1. M.abel. 

2. Muriel. 

2. The late Ambrose Sneyd Ca-\-e-Erowne-C'ave, b. 
31 Ausj. 1884 : B.A. Oxford ; Rector of .Stn ttoii-en- 
le-Field, Derbvshire : ni. 9 Sept. 1858, Caroline Marv 
Anne Elizabeth (d. 10 April, 1903), dau. of the Veii. 
James Saurin, M.A., archdeacon of Dromore, and d. 
22 July, 1895. Issue living— 

1. Capt. Eeginaip Ambrose Cave-Browxe-Cave, 
R.N.. Heir Pres., b. 21 Oct. 1860 : m. 1 Oct. 1890, 
Evelyn, dau. of Rev. Charles Oaklev. Residence — 
177, Oueen's Gate, S.W. Club— United Service. 

2. Wihnot Cave-Browne-Cave, b. 11 April. 1862. 

3. Rowland Henry Cave-Browne-Cave, b. 14 April, 
1865; m. 1 June, 1895, Honora Gertrude Phoebe, 
dau. of Benjamin Bright, of Colwall, and widow of 
Edward Seymour Fowler. 

4. Bernard' Cavc-Browne-Cave, b. 2:3 Feb. 1868 ; 
capt. reserve of officers Wilts. Eegt. ; inspector 
Sierra Leone police ; m. 21 Jan. 1903, Katliarine 
Elizabeth Frere, dau. of late (ien. Sir John William 
Cox, K.C.B., and widow of Francis Haden Cope. 

5. Edward Lambert Cave-Browne-Cavo, b. 5 Jan. 
1870 ; ni. 6 June, 1895, Rachel Marion, dau. of 
Rev. A. L. Fortin, of Brushton, N.Y. .Address — 
Vancouver, B.C.. Oanada. Issue — 

Clement Charles, b. 28 Nov. 1896. 

6. Clement Andrew Cave-Browne-Cave. li. 7 Aug. 
1871. 

7. Anthonv Stanhope Cave-Brownc-Cave, b. 4 Jan. 
1879. 

1. Mary Genevieve, m. 17 July, 1894. Cieorge Arthur 
Chenery. 

2. C.itherine Penelope, m. 1st, 15 Sept. 1887, William 
Crewdson Howard (marr. diss. 1905) ; in. 2nd, 24 
July, 1905, Jolm William Salisbury-Trelawny, and 
has issue. 

3. Rosamond Harriette, m. 29 April. 1S99, Edward 
Mason Mumby, s. of Edward C. Mumby. of Oswald- 
kirk, Yorks. 



CAVENDISH, Baron. See Devonshire, Dl^ke 



CAVENDISH, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1912. 
— Rt. Hon. Lord Richard Frederick Caven- 
dish, 2nd s. of late Lord Edward Cavendish and 
bro. of 9th Duke of Devonshire. B. 31 Jan. 
1871 : in. 31 Julv, 1895, Lady Moyra de Vere 
Beauclerk, dau. of 'WiUiam, 10th Duke of St. 
Albans ; ed. at Eton and Camb. : iNI.P. for W. 
Lonsdale div. of Lanes 1895-1900 ; D.L., Lanes ; 
Lt.-Col. commanding 5th Batt. Roy. Lanes Regt. ; 
sometime sec. to Lord George Hamilton ; Sec. 
of State for India. Residence — Holker Hall, 
Cark-in-Cartmel, Lanes. Clubs — Brooks' ; Turf. 
Issue living — 

1. Elizabeth Vcre. 

2. AUx. 

3. Mary Katharine. 

4. Diana. 



CAWDOR, 5th Earl. Creat. 5 Oct. 1827 : Vise. 
Emlyn, 1827 (U.K.); Baron Cawdor, 21 June, 
1796 (G.B.). — .John Duncan Vaughan Camp- 
bell, s. of 4th Earl ; sue. his father 1914. B. 
17 Hay. 1900. Residences — Stacki^ole Court, 
Pembrokeshire ; Cawdor Castle, Nairnshire ; 
Frensham Hall. Haslemere. 

JOHX Frederick Campbell, 2n-d Barox axd 1st Eaki 
Cawdor, b. 8 Nov. 1790 ; Lord-Lieut, of Carmarthen ; 
m. 5 Sept. 1816, Lady Elizabeth Thynne (d. 16 Feb. 
1866), dau. of Thomas, 2nd Marq. of Bath, and d. 7 Nov. 
1860. Issue— 

1. JoHx Frederick Vaughax Campbell, 2nd Ear! 
Cawdor (wliom see below). 

2. The late Rev. the Hon. Archibald Cieorge CampbeU, 
b. 11 Jan. 1827; Rector of Knipton, Leics.: M.A. 
Oxford ; m. 29 Sept. 1853, Charlotte Henrietta (d. 
3 Oct. 1S96), dau. of tlie Verv Rev. the Hon. Henry 
Edward Howard, dean of Lichfield, and d. 2 May, 1902. 
Issui>— 

1. Donald Campbell, b. 10 Feb. I860 ; m. 26 .July, 
1888, Editli Mary, dau. of Henry Sniitli Wright, 
M.P. Residence— Templet on, Hungerford, Berk3. 
Issue — 

1. Mary Charlotte. 

2. Evelyn Hope. 

1. Margaret Marv. Residence — JIarchfleld House, 
Bracknell. 

2. Elizabetli Harriott. 

3. Th.o late Lt.-Col. the Hon. Henry Walter CampbeU, 
Colds. Gds. ; b. 23 March, 1835 ; Knt. of the Lesion of 
Honour and of the Medjidie ; J. P. for Carmarthen ; 
ni. 29 June, 1859, Fanny Georgina (Residence — 10, 
Seville Street, Lowndes Square, S.W.), dau. of Col. 
George Campbell, and d. 17 Dec. 1910. Issue — 

1. Alice Mary, m. 28 April, 1880, Seymour Pleydell 
Bouvrie, of Brymore, Somerset, and has issue. 

2. Edith Caroline, m. 2 Sept. 1886, Horace George 
Devas. Residence — Hartfield, Hayes, Bcckenhani. 

1. Lady Mary Louisa, m. 29 April, 1846, George, 2ud 

Earl of Ellesmere. 
John Frederick A'aughax Campbell. 2xd Earl 
Cawdor, b. 11 June, 1817 ; D.L. for Inverness ; Lord- 
Lieut, of Carmarthen ; m. 28 June. 1842, Sarah Mary 
(d. 21 April, 1881). dau. of Hon. Henry F. Comptou- 
Cavcndish. .and d. 29 March, 1898. Issue — 

1. Frederick Akchib.\ld Vaughax Campbell, 3rd 
Earl Cawdor {see below). 

2. The late Capt. the Hon. Ronald George Elidor 
Campbell, Colds. Gds., b. 30 Dec. 1848 ; m. 17 Dec. 
1872, K.atharine Susanna (Residence — St. Briavels 
Castle. Gloucs.), dau. of late Rt. Rev. Thomas L. 
Claughton, D.D.. Bishop of St. Albans, and was killed 
in Zulu war 28 Mareli, 1879. Issue — 

1. Rev. Guy Ronald Campbell, M.A. Oxforl, b. 2 
Dec. 1874 ; Rector of Wilton, Salisbury ; m. 23 July, 
1901. Hon. Vere Annesley, dau. of Arthur, 11th Vise. 
Valentia. Issui — 

1. Colin Arthur Ronald Campbell, b. 2 June, 1910. 

1. Hester Maud Vere. 

2. Margaret Helen. 

2. Major John Vaughan Campbell, D.S.O.. Colds. 
Gds., b. 31 Oct. 1876; served in S.A. war 1899- 
1902; m. 18 July. 1904. Amy Dorothy, dau.fof 
late Jolm Penn, M.P. Residence — Broom HaU, 
Oswestry. Issue — 

.Todn Ronald Campbell, b. 18 Sept. 1905. 
Diana Marion. 

3. Capt. Robert Campbell, Cameron Higlilanders, 
b. 23 June, 1878. 

3. Hon Alexander Francis Henry Campbell, b.^3 



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[CAYLEY 



Sept. 1S55 ; ni. 1st, 3 Sept. 1S79, Constance, dau. of 
Pliilip Plcydell Bouverie, of Brymore, Somerset (she 
was killed by a fall in the hunting-field 2-1 Jan. 1887) ; 
2ni), 1888, Eosa Rebecca, dau. of E. Blyton, of Wood 
hall, Lincolnshire ; lieut. 12th Roy. Lancers 187.')-8 ; 
lieiit. Scots Gds. 1878-83; capt. 3rd Lothian Regt. 
(M.) 1886-9 ; served in Bechuanaland exped. 1884-5, 
and with remount depart, during S.A. war ; J.P. 
Carmarthenshire. Residence — Braiswick Stud, Col- 
cliester. Club — Cavalry. Issue living by 1st m. — 
1 Duncan Elidor Campbell, b. 10 Oct. 1880 ; capt. 
Xorthumb. Yeo. 

2. Capt. Neil Alister Henry Campbell, Somersetsliire 
L.I., b. 29 Oct. 1881. Club— Bath. 
1 . Lady Muriel Sarah, ni. 20 April, 1876, Sir Courtenay 
Edmund Boyle, K.C.B. (see Knightage). 
Feedekick Archibald Vatjghan Campbell, 3ed Earl 
Cawhor, P.C, b. 13 Feb. 1847 ; Lord-Lieut, for Peni- 
brokr ; J.P. for Carmarthen, Pembroke, Inverness and 
Nairn : D.L. Pembroke, Nairn, and Inverness ; memb. 
of tl!.,- Council of H.R.H. Prince of Wales 1908-11 ; an 
ecclesiastical commissr. for England ; M.P. for Carmar- 
thenshire 1874-85 ; Chairman G.W.R. 1895-1905 ; 
First Lord of the Admiralty 1905 : A. B.C. to H.M. King 
Edward VII. ; col. Carmartlien Artillery ; m. 16 Sept. 
1868, Edith Georgiana (Residence — Golden Grove, 
Carmarthen), dau. of Christopher Turnor, of Stoke 
Eochford, Lines, and d. 8 Feb. 1911. Issue — 

1. HrGH Frederick Vaughax C.«ipbell. 4th E.vrl 
Cawdor, b. 21 June, 1870 ; m. 11 June, 1898, Joan 
Ejuly M.ary (Residence — Stackpole Courts Pembroke), 
dau. of John Charles Thynne, formerly receiver-gen. 
to the Dean and Chapter of Westminster ; ed. at 
Oxford, B.A. 1893 ; contested Pembrokesliire 1898 ; 
niaj. Carmarthen Art. ; D.L. Carmarthen and Nairn ; 
d. 7 Jan. 1914. Issue — 

1. John Duncan Vaughan Campbell, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Andrew Charles Campbell, heir pres., 
b. 26 Oct. 1907. 

1. Lady Janet Helena. 

2. Ladv Mary Agatha. 

2. Rev. the Hon. Nigel Campbell, b. 18 Nov. 1873 ; 
ni. 30 April, 1902, Violet, dau. of the late Charles 
W. R. Kerr : ed. at Oxford, B.A. 1S99 ; ord. 
1901 ; assist, cur. of All Souls'. Leeds, 1901, Witney 
1903, Slirfleld 1905, and of All HaUows, North St. 
Pancras, 1908-10 : rector of Milton Keynes, Newport 
Pagnell, since 1910. Residence — The R'ectory, Milton 
Keynes, Newport Pagnell. Issue — 

i". Frederick Charles Campbell, b. 26 April, 1903. 

1. Olivia. 

2. Jean Edith. 

3. Major the Hon. Ralph Alexander Campbell, b. 
IS Feb. 1877 ; m. 1st, 1 Dec. 1906, Mariorie Theophila 
(d. 30 Nov. 1911), dau. of the late Sir Arthur Fowler, 
2nd Bt. ; ra. 2nl, 14 Jan. 1914, Majorie Edith, 
dau. of Horace George Devas, of Hartfield, Hayes, 
Kent: maj. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders ; late 
lieut. Carmarthen Artillery (M.) : served in S.A. war ; 
staff capt. 1914. Residence — Golden Grove, R.S.O., 
Carmarthenshire. Issue — 

Myrtle Alice. 

4. Hon. EMdor Ronald Campbell, b. 7 May, 18S1 ; 
m. 29 Jan. 1913, Violet, dau. of Bulwer Marsh, of Park- 
dale, Newport, Mon. ; B.A. Oxford ; Barr.-at-law. 

5. Hon. Ian Malcolm Campbell, b. 17 Nov. 1883 ; ed. 
at Eton ; 2nd lieut. Lovat's Scouts 1906. 

6. Hon. Eric Octavius Campbell, b. 3 Dec. 18S5 ; lieut. 
Seaforth Higlilanders. 

1. Lady Edith Aline Caroline, m. 21 Nov. 1908, Charles 
Ferguson, of Pitfour. eo. Aberdeen, and h.as issue. 

2. Lady Mabel Marjorie m. 7 July, 1904, Major Henry 
B. de la P. Beresford-Peirse, D.S.O. {see Beresfoed- 
Peirse, Bt.). 

3. Lady Lihan Katherine, m. 21 July, 1910, Rev. 
Richard de la P. Beresford-Peirse (see Beresford- 
Peirse, Bt.). 

4. Lady Muriel Dorothy. 

CAWLEY, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 1 Dec. 
190tj. — Sib Fbedeeick Cawley, s. of late Thomas 
Cawley, of Priestland. Cheshire, and Harriett (d. 
11 Oct. 1886), dau. of Samuel Bird, of Beeston 
Hali. Bunbury, Cheshire. B. 9 Oct. 1850 ; m. 
24 Aug. 1876, Elizabeth, dau. of J. Smith, of 
Kyiisal Lodge, Avidlern ; is a calico printer in 
Lanes and landowner in Cheshire and Hereford- 
shire : J.P. Lanes and Herefordshire ; !M.P. 
Prestwich div. S.E. Lanes since 1895. Resi- 
dences — Prestwich. Lanes ; Berrington Hall, 
Herefordshire. Clubs — Reform ; National 

Liberal ; Union (JIanchester). Issue living — 

1. Robert Hugh Ca\vley, b. 16 May, 1877 ; J.P. 

Lanes. Residencs — Holly House, Bury Old Road, 
, Manchester. 
I 2. Harold Thomas Cawley, b. 12 June, 1878 ; M.A. 



Oxford ; Barr.-at-law, Inner Temple 1902 ; M.P- 
for Heywood div. of Lancashire since 1910 ; pari, 
priv. sec. to the Home Sec. since 1911 ; heut. 6thBatt. 
Manch. Regt. Residence — Berrington HaU, Leo- 
minster. Club — Union. 

3. Oswald Cawley, b. 7 Oct. 1882; B.A. Oxford; 
lieut. Shropsliire Yeo. 

1. Hilda Mary. m. 27 July, 1904, Capt. Charles Edwin 
Percival Long, 3rd Batt. King's Own Yorkshire L.I. 
Residence — Southwick. Farehara. 



CAYLEY, 9tli Bt. (E.). Creat. 26 April, 1661. 
— Sir C4EOEGE Ever.ard Aethue, Cay'Ley, s. of 
8th Bt. B. 8 July, 1861 ; m. 17 Sept. 1884, 
Lady ]Mary Susan, o. dau. of the Hon. Francis 
Dudley ^Montagu - Stuart - Wortley (raised to the 
rank of an Earl's dau. 1900) ; sue. his father 1895 ; 
late capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. Welsh Fus. ; gen. Res. 
of Officer,s 1914; J.P.' Yorks, N.R., Flint and 
Denbigh ; High Sheriff Denbighshire 1898. The 
1st Bt. received his title for services in the civil 
war. Residence — Llanncrch Park, St. Asaph. 
Issue — 

1. Fr.ixcis Digby Ed\v.4.rd Cayley, Heir, b. 4 Feb. 
1894 ; 2nd lieut. 

2. Kenelm Henrv Ernest Cavlcy, b. 24 Sept. 1896; 
2nd heut. 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt., 1914. 

1. Dorothy Frances. 

2. Margaret Renee. 

3. Ann Letitia Mary. 

Sir Digby Cayley,' 7th Bt., b. 13 Mai-ch, 1807; m. 
8 July, 1830, Dorothy (d. April, 1881), dau. of Rev. 
George Allanson, of Middleton, Quernhow, Yorks, and 
d. 21 Dec. 1883. Issue— 

1. Sir George Allanson Cayley, 8th Bt., b. 31 
Dec. 1831 ; D.L., Denbigh ; m. 5 July, 1859, 
Catherine Louisa (d. 19 Jan. 1907), dau. of Sir WiUiam 
Worsley, 1st Bt., and d. 10 Oct. 1895. Issue— 

1. Sir George E. A. Cayley, pres. Bt. 

2. Digby WiUiam Cayley, b. 16 Sept. 1862. 
1. Etiici Barbara. 

2. Digbv Cavlev, b. 7 June, 1834 ; J.P., C.C, B. 
Ridina. " Yorks : m. 15 Nov. 1859, Charlotte Phila- 
delphia' (d. 1901), dau. of Robert Bower, and d. 26 
June, 1912. Issue — 

1. Digby Leonard Arthur Cayley, b. 25 Sept. 1864 ; 
late lieiit. Yorks Hussars Yeo. ; J. P., Lanes, D.L., 
Hereford : m. 18 April, 1894, Beatrice, dau. of Sir 
WiUiam Coddington, 1st Bt. Residence, — The 
Mead, Beal, Northumberland. Clubs— Carlton ; 
Yorkshire. Issue — 

1. Digby Coddington Cayley, b. 15 July, 1895; 
2uci lieut. Infantry, 1914. 

2. WiUiam Arthur Seton Cavlcy, cadet R.N., 
b. 11 Sept. 1896. 

3. Cuthbert John Caylev, b. 9 June, 1907. 

2. Capt. George Cuthbert Caylov, R.N., b. 30 Aug. 
1866 : m. 1897, Cecil Mildred May, dau. of Col. 
Price Jones. Issue livings 

1. Charles Paul Cavley, b. 18 Dec. 1896 

1. Cecil LiUa Iris. 

2. ^^•y Violet. 

3. Valentine Charles Hugh Cayley, b. 11 Jan. 1868. 

4. Harrv Francis Cavlev, b. 4 July, 1S73 ; comm. 
R.N. ret. ; ni. 19 April, 1900, Margery (d. 4 March, 
1901), dau. of Sir Thomas G. Freake, 2nd Bt. 
Issue — 

Alexandra Margery Eileen. 

5. Lewis Richard Cayley, b. 19 Aug. 1877. 

1. Helen Dora, m. 1 March 1892, Christopher John 
Leyland. Residence — Haggerston Castle, Northum- 
berland. 

2. JuUa PhUadelphia. m. 1st, 3 Feb. 1891, Ernest 
Richard Bradley HaU Watt, who d . 4 July. 1908, D.L. 
of Bishop Burton, Yorks : m. 2nd, 25 Sept. 1913, 
Gervas Malcolm Eyre. Residence — 

3. Beatrice Mary Eugenia, m. 26 Oct. 1898, John 
William Couithiirst. " Residence — 

Yorks. 

4. Alice Erica. 

5. Catherine Eleanor MiUicent, m. 13 Feb. 1901, 
Capt. Walter Henry Cowan, M.V.O., D.S.O. , R.N. 

6. Lucy Violet. 

7. Octavia. 

3. Rev. Reginald Arthur Cayley, M.A., b. 15 Aug. 
1837 ; rector of Stowell, Somerset ; m. 3 May, 1864, 
Mary Louisa, dau. of Rev. Edmund Hiley Bucknall- 
Estcourt, of Estcourt, Clones. Issue — 

1. Cecil Reginald Cavlev. b. 5 Feb. 1865 : m. 7 Sept. 
1893, Ida Rutherford, dau. of George Rutherford 
Gibbs. Issue — 

Philip Estcourt Cayley, b. 17 Dec. 1894. 

2. Lionel Richard Caylev, b. 15 March, 1867. 

3. Edmund Henrv George Cavley, b. 4 Aug. 1870 ; 
m. 3 Aug. 1898, Maria Olga (d. 3 Mav, 1910), dau. 



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of Otto Martin, consul at Valparaiso. Residence — 
402, Abbotts Street, Vancouver. T.*sne — ■ 

1. Disby Edgar Cayley. b. 7 Aug. 190-1. 

2. Damyon Edmund Martin, b. May, 1909. 
1. Evelyn Olga Yivienne. 

1. Dora. 

2. Isabel Marv. 

3. Hester Charlotte. 

1. Dora, 111. 22 Sept. 1870, George Arthur Thompson, 
late 12tti Lanoerf. 

CAYZER, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Croat. 12 Dec. 
1904 : Kilt. Bach. 1897. — Sib Charles C.wzer. 
B. 15 July, 1843 : m. Ui :May, 18G8. Agnes Eliza- 
beth, dau. of William Trickey, of Clifton, Bristol ; 
head of the firm of Cayzer, Irvine & Co., steamship 
owners, of Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, and 
London; M.P. Barrow-in-Furness (C.) 1892- 
1906 ; hon. col. 3rd Lowland Brigade R.F.A. ; 
J.P., Stirling, Dumbarton, and Renfrew ; con- 
tested Monmouth boroughs 1910. Residences — 
Gartmore, iPerthshire ; St. Laurence Hall, Isle 
of Wight. Clubs — Carlton ; City of London. 
Issue — 

1. Chaele^ Wir.LiAM Cayzer, Ii. 19 July, 1869 ; m. 
7 June, 1893, Mary, dau. oi the late Thomas Jennings 
White, Q.C., of Progmore Lodge, St. Albans ; M.A. 
Oxford. Residences — Kinpurnie Castle, Forfarshire ; 
22, Lewes Crescent, Brighton. Issue — 

1. Charles William Cavzer, b. Jan. 1896. 

2. Arnold Tellefsen Cayzer, li. 7 May, 1897. 

1. Winifred Mary. 

2. Estelle Agnes. 

3. Iris Cecilie. 

4. Berenice Amice. 

2. The late Major John Sanders Cavzer, 7th D.G., b. 
24 Ocl. 1S71 ; served In S.A. war 1899-1900 : m. 2 June, 
1894, Sibyll (m. 2nd, 14 July, 1908, Capt. J. C. Hartley, 
late Roy. Fus.), dau. of Herbert Hall, C.E., of Bombav, 
and d. 14 Jan. 1908. 

3 August Bernard Tellefsen Cayzer, lieut. R.N. 
(emergency list), b. 21 Jan. 1876 ; m. 28 April, 1904, 
Ina Frances, dau. of William Stancoiii)), of Blounts 
Court, AAilts. Residence — Auchendrane, Ayrshire. 
Issue — 

1. William Nicholas Cayzer, b. 21 Jan. 1910. 

2 Bernard Gilbert Stancomb Cavzer, b. 14 March, 

1914. 

1. Ina Heather. 

4. The late Arthur Edward Bryant Cayzer, b. 1 Oct. 
1 1878 ; m. 3 Aug. 1905, Louise Margaret (Residence — 

Heast'lands, Havwards Heatli, Surrey), dau. of John 
Birkett, of Kendal, and d. 22 June," 1909. Issut — 
Nancy Avis Louise. 

5. Herbert Robin Cayzer, iiiaj. L.iiiarkshire Yeo.. b. 
23 July, 1881 ; m. 18' Jan. 1911, Fred.. Penelope, dau. 
of late Col. Rathboroe, R.E., of Cheltenham. Resi- 
dence — I.aiiflne, Newmilns, Ayrshire Issue-- 

Herbin Roliin Cayzer, b. 5 Dec. 1912. 
Pamela Penelope. 

0. Capt. Harold Stanley Cayzer, 1 1th Hussars ; b. 8 
Aug. 1882; m. 5 Dec. 1908," Mary Kate, dau. of Josepli 
Hume Dudgeon, of Merville, co. Dublin. Residence — 
Ballikenrain. Stirlingsliire. Issue — 

Harold Stanley Cayzer, b. 1 Feb. 1910. 
Mary. 

1. Mary Agnes, m. 15 Nov. 1892, Mai. John Medlicott 
Vercker (mar. diss. Dec. 1913), late capt. 4th D.G., 
of Clevedon. Cove, N.B. Residence — 45, Onslow 
Gardens, S.W. 

2. Florence Gwendoline, m. 1 Julv, 1902, Vice-Adm. 
Sir John Ru'^hworth Jellicoe, K.C.B., K.C.V.O. {see 
Knightage). 

3. Constance Winifred, m. 28 .June, 1905, Rear-Adin. 
Charles Edward Madden, C.V.O. Residence — 34, 
Eaton Place, S.W. 

CECIL, Baron. See Salisbury, Marq. of. 
CESSFORD, Marct. oi. See Roxburghe, Duke 



CHAMBERLAIN, 4th Bt. (U.K.). Creat. 22 
Feb. 1828. — Sta Henry Hamilton Erroll 
Chamberl.\in, s. of 3rd Bt. B. at Douglas, 
Isle of Man, 22 Nov. 1857 ; m. 3 Aug. 1887, 
Gwendolen, dau. of John Inglis Jones, of Derry 
Ormond, Cardiganshire ; sue. his father 1870 ; ed. 
at Harrow and Camb. ; lieut. 1st Stafford. Mil. 
1878-80. The 1st Bt. was consul-general and 
charge d'affaires in Brazil. Residence — 16, 
Chester Street, Belgrave Sfjuare, S.W. Issue — 



HENTvY WiLMOT CHAMBERLAIN, b. 17 May, 1899. 

Ursula ICiizabeth. 
Sir Henry Orlando Robert Chamberlain, .3rti Bt., 
b. 15 Dec. 1828 ; ni. 3 Feb. 1857, Marion (d. 13 July, 
1871), dau. of John Wilson, of Duudwan, Lanarkshire, 
and d. 30 Dec. 1870. Issue— 

1 . Sir Henry Hamilton Erroll Chamberl.un, pres. 
Bt. 

2. Neville Colin Bowie Chamberlain, cant. 3rd Batt. 
Staffords. Regt., b. 29 May, 1S63 ; m. 13 April, 1893, 

1 Jessie Maud, o. c. of the late Frederick Kearsley Har- 
grcaves, of Bolton. Issue — 

1. Neville Henry Harereaves Chamberlain, b. .\ug. 
: 1894. 

2. Robert Derrick Orlando Chamberlain, b. 1896. 
1. Margaret Ursula May. 

1. Ursula Harriett Mary, ni. 26 Jan. 1882, John 
' Cropper Brougham. Residence- — Elmwood, Hack- 
[ bridge, Surrey. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 

1902. — Rt. Hon. (-Josepji) Au.sten Ch.amber- 

! L.AIN, s. of Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P., 

and Harriet, dau. of Archibald Kenrick. of 

BeiTow Court, Edgbaston. B. 1863; m. 21 

Julv, 1906, Ivy ;\Iuriel, dau. of Col. H. L. Du ulas, 

ofDatchet; ed. at Rugby and Camb. ; B. A. 1885, 

; M.A. 1889 ; studied at the Ecole des Sciences 

j Politiciues, Paris, and at Berlin ; M.P. Worcs., 

East div. (L.U.), 1892-1914 ; for Birmingham W. 

j since 1914; civil lord of the Admiralty 1895— 

! 1900 ; financial sec. to the Treasury ' 1900-2 ; 

Post-Master-Cien., with a seat in the Cabinet, 

1902-3, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1903-5 ; 

chrmn. comtee. on nat. insurance of shij^ping 

during war 1906 ; chairman Roy. Commii. on 

Indian finance and currency, 1913. Residences 

— 9, Egerton Place, S.W.' ; Highbury, Moor 

Green, Birmingham. Clubs — Atheiifeum ; L'nited 

University ; Carlton. Issue — 

Joseph Chamberlain, b. 1907. 

Beatrice Diane. 

CHAMPNEYS, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 13 July, 
1910. — Sir Francis Henry Champneys, s. of 
the Very Rev. ^^'illiam \A'eldou Champneys. Dean 
of Lichfield, by Mary Anne, dau. of Paul Storr, 
of Beckenhani, Kent. B. in London 25 IMarch, 
1848 ; 111. 12 Sept. 1876, Virginia Julian, o. dau. 
of late Sir John W. Dairyiiiple. Bt., of N. Ber- 
wick : ed. at ^\■illclle8ter (schol. ), Vienna, Leipzig, 
Dresden, and Oxford (1st cl. Nat. Sci. Schools, 
and Radcliffe fell). B.A. 1870, M.A. 1875. M.B. 
1875, M.D. 1888 ; F.R.C.P. Lond., M.R.C.S. 
i Eng. ; late lecturer on Midwif . and Phys. Accouch. 
St. Bart's. Hosji. ; vice-presj and Cons. Phys. 
General Lying-in Hospital, Lambeth ; chrmn. 
Central Midwives Board ; pres. Roy. Soe. Med. ; 
late Examnr. Obstet, Univ. Oxford, examnr. (5 
years) in Obstet, Univ. Lond. : late of the gen. 
I council of Medical Educn. and Registration of the 
: U.K. for five years from 1911 (apptd. by Roy. 
warrant) ; author of various works on medical 
and musical subjects. Residence — Littlemead, 
Nutley, Sussex. Club — Athenaeum. Issue — ■ 

1. John D.ALRYMPLE Champneys, Heir, b. in London, 
j 23 May, 1889 ; ed. at Pv,ossall, and Oxford. 

2. Wcldon Champneys b- 7 May, 1892. 
I 1. Margaret de TEtang. 

CHANCE, 2nd Bt. (U.K.). Croat. 19 June, 
1900. — Sir William Ch.ance, s. of 1st Bt. B. 
2 July. 1853 ; m. 15 Oct. 1884, .Julia Charlotte, 
dau. of Col. Henry Strachey, Bengal Army : sue. 
his father 1902 ; ed. at Harrow and Camb. ; 
I M.A. 1879 : called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 
1879 ; D.L., J.P., Surrey (High Sheriff 1911). 
I The 1st Bt. was head of the firm of Chance 
Bros. & Co., and devoted himself mainly to the 
establishment and impro^•ement of the manufac- 
ture in this country of dioptric illuminating ap- 
paratus for lighthouses. Residence — Orchards, 
near Godalming, Surrey. Club — New University. 
Sir James Timmins Chance, 1st BT.,b. 22 March. 1814 ; 
J.'.L., J. P., Worcester and Stafford, studen"^ of Lincoln's, 
Inn ; m. 26 June, 1845, Elizabeth (d. 27 Aug. 1*87), 



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PEERS, BARONETS, BISHOPS, PRIVY COUNSELLORS [CHARLEVILLE 



dau. of Ccorge Ferguson, of Hougliton Hall, Carlisle, and 
d. 2 Jan. 1902. Issue — 

1. Sir Wiliiam Chance, pre-s. Bt. 

2. George Ferguson Chance, Heir Pres., b. 25 
Sept.. 1854 ; High Sheriff for Worcester 1910 ; ed. at 
Harrow and Camb., M.A. 1881 : m. 21 April, 1S91, 
Mary Kathleen, dau. of Rev. Henry Stobart, rector of 
Warkton, Northants. Residence — Blackmore Park, 
Wores. Issue — 

1. Roger James Ferguson Chance, b. 26 Jan. 1893 ; 
2nd heut. 4th Dragoon Gds.. 1914. 

2. William Hugh Stobart Chance, b. 31 Dec. 1896. 

3. Eustace George St. Clair Chance, b. 11 March, 1899. 
1. Katharine Dorothea. 

3. James Frederick Chance, M.A. Camb., b. 9 April, 
1850. Residence — 30, Lennox Gardens, S.W. Club 
— Now University. 

1 . Frances Elizabeth. 

2. Edith Mary, m. 4 May, 1875, Archibald Edward 
Dobbs, Barr.-at-!aw, M.A. Oxford. Residence — 
Castle Dobbs, co.' Antrim. 

3. Margaret Anne. 

4. Eleanor Phoebe, m. 5 Dec. 1877, Bev. William 
Campbell Riland Bedford, Hon. Canon of Birmingham. 

5. Marian Geor^iana. 

CHANNELL, Privy Counsellor.— The Rt. Hon. 

Sir ABTHtTB Moseley Channell, Knt. Bach. 
{see Knightage). 

CHANNING of Wellingborough, 1st Baron 

(U.K.). Creat. 9 July, 1912 ; Bt.. 3 Dec. 
lOOti. — Francis Allston Channing, s. of Rev. 
W. H. Channing. B. 21 March 1841 ; m. Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Henry Bryant, of Boston ; ed. at 
Oxford ; sometiirie fellow, and lecturer in philos- 
ophy Univ. Coll. Oxford ; Ban*. -at- law Lincoln's 
Inn'; M.P. for E. Northants 1885-Dec. 1910 ; 
meml). roy. commission on agricultural depression 
1893-t) ; chairman central and assoc. chambers 
of- agriculture 1894 ; has published many works 
on agricultural, educational, and labour c[uestions 
and other subjects ; J.P. Northants. Residence 
—4(1. Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs— Oxford and 
Cambridge ; Reform ; National Liberal. Issue — 

1. Hon. Mary Cleveland, m. 29 June, 1898, Charles 
Hevvvood Kennard. Residence — 25, Sussex Gardens, 
Hyde Park, W. 

2. Hon. Julia Allen. 

CHAPLIN, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1885.— 
Rt. Hon. Henry Chaplin, s. of late Rev. Henry 
Chaplin, by Caroline Horatia, dau. of William 
Ellice. B. 1841 ; m. 1876, Lady Florence 
Leveson-Gower (d. 10 Oct. 1881), dau. of 3rd Duke 
of Sutherland ; ed. at HaiTow and Oxford ; 
D.L.. J.P., Lines ; M.P. for Mid Lincoln, after- 
wards called the Sleaford div. of Lincolnshire, 
1868-1900, and for Wimbledon div. (Surrey) 
since 1907 ; Chan, of Duchy of Lancaster 1885-6 ; 
1st Pres. of the Board of Agriculture 1889-92; 
Pres. Local Government Board 1895-1900 ; hon. 
LL.D. Edin. 1890 : memb. of roy. commns. on 
agricultural depression 1879 and 1893 ; on gold 
and .silver 1889 ; on food supply in wartime 1903, 
and on horse-breeding, 1887, etc. ; memb. of Mr. 
Chamberlain's tariff reform commn. and chair- 
man of its agricultural committee 1904. Resi- 
dences — Hall Farm, Brixworth, Northants : 0, 
Charles Street, Berkeley Scjuare, W. Clubs — ■ 
Carlton ; Turf ; Marlborough ; Bachelors' ; 
Hurlingham ; Orleans. 

CHAPMAN, 6th Bt. (I.). Creat. 11 March, 1782. 

— Sir Benjamin Rupert Chapman, s. of 4th 

Bt. B. 7 Dec. 1865 ; sue. his bro. 1907. 

Address — c/o Lady Chapman, Killua Castle, 

Clonmellon, co. Westmeath. 

Sir Thomas Chapman, 2ni) Bt., b. 20 Oct. 1756: m. 

1808, Marsaret (d. 21 Jan. 1871), dau. of James Fether- 

ston, of Bracklin Castle, co. Westmeath, and d. 23 Dec. 

1837. Issue — 

1. Sir Montagu Lowther Chapman, 3rd Bt., b, 
10 Dee. 1808 : d. unni. 17 May, 1852. 
:'. Sir Benjamin James Chapman, 4th Bi., b. 
9 Feb. 1810 ; ed. at Dublin ; Barr.-at-law, Lord- 
Lieut, and M.P. for Westmeath ; m. 22 July, 1849, 
Maria (d. 9 Oct. 1898), dau. of Richard S. Fetherston- 
haugh, and d. 3 Nov. 1888. Issue— 



1. Sir Montagu Richard Chapman, 5th Bt., 
b. 22 Feb. 1853 ; d. 22 Jan. 1907. 

2. Sir Benjajqn Rupert Chap.man, pres. Bt. 
1. Dora Marguerite. 

3. The late William Chapman, b. 4 Nov. 1811 ; D.L., 
J.P. for Westmeath ; m. 14 July, 1841, Louisa (d. 
1877), dau. of Col. Vansittart, of Shottesbrook, and 
d. 25 Jan. 1889. Issue — 

1. Thomas Robert Tighe Chapman, Heir Pres., 
J.P., b. 6 Nov. 1846 ; m. 24 July, 187.S, Edith Sarah 
Hamilton, dau. of George Augustus Rochfort Boyd, 
of Middleton Park, Westmeath. Residence — South 
Hill, Delvin, co. Westmeath. Issue — 

1 . Eva Jane Louise. 

2. Rose Isabel. 
:!. Florence Lina. 
4. Mabel Cecile. 

2. Francis Vansittart Chapman, b. 9 Sept. 1S50 ; 
D.L., J.P., Westmeath (High Sheriff 1891). 
Residence — South Hill, Delvin, co. Westmeath. 
Club- — Kildare Street : Arthur'--. 

3. Caroline Margaret, m. 9 Jan. 1894. Sir Montagu 
Richard Chapman, 5th Bt., see above. 

CHARLEMONT, 8th Vise. Creat. 1665 ; Baron 
Caulfeild of Charlemont 1620 (I.). — ,James 
i Edward Caulfeild, B. in London, 12 May, 
I 1880 : ed. at Winchester ; sue. his uncle as 8th 
I Vise. 1913. The 1st Peer was a distinguished 
niihtary commander, who served under Sir Martin 
Frobisher against the Spanish Armada, and in 
I 1616 assisted in parcelling out the confiscated lands 
in Ulster. The 1st Earl commanded the Irish 
Volunteers in 1779 and 1782. The 2nd Earl, a 
representative peer for Ireland, obtained the 
U.K. Barony. On the death of the 3rd Earl, 
the Earldom and U.K. Barony became extinct. 
Residences — Drumcairne, Stewartstown, co. Ty- 
rone ; Roxboro Castle, Moy, co. Tyrone ; 15, 
War^vick Gardens, Kensington, W. Club — 
Bachelors'. 
Heir Pres., his kinsman, Ch.\rles Edw.vrd St. 
George Caulfeild, s. of late Hans St. George Caul- 
feild, bv Emilv Bertha, dau. ot Edward James, M.D., 
J.P. ; b. 12 July, 1887 ; m. 2 Sept., 1911, Mabel, dau. 
of James Frederick WilUam Hawthorn. Residence 
— 12, Lindfield Road, Castlebar, Ealing. 
The late James Molyneux Caulfeild, 3rd and last 
Earl of Chaulemont. K.P., b. fi Oct. 1820 ; m. 2nd, 
10 May, 1883, Anna Lucy (Residence — Hockley, Weston, 
Bath), dau. of Rev. Charles James Lambart, and d. 12 
Jan. 189?, and was sue. in Irish Viscountcy and barony 
only by his cousin, James Alfred Caulfeild, 7th Vise, 
(see below). 

The late Edward Houston Caulfeild, D.L., J. P., great, 
great-grandson of William, 2nd Vise. Charlemont, b, 
28 Feb. 1807 ; m. 26 April. 1828, Charlotte (d. 11 Nov. 
1840), dau. of Piers Geale, and d. 7 Mar. 1883. Issue — 

1. James Alfred Caulfeild, 7th Vise. Charlemont, 
C.B., who sue. his cousin, James Molyneux Caulfeild, 
3rd Earl of Charlemont ; b. 20 March, 1830 ; capt. 
Colds. Gds. ; served in the Crimea ; hon. col. 3rd Batt. 
Roy. Inniskilling Fus. ; D.L., J.P., co. Tvrone; 
Usher of the Black Rod of the Order of St. Patrick 
1895-1913 ; m. 2 Feb. 1858, Hon. Annette Handcock 
(d. 10 Nov. 1888), dau. of Richard, 3rd Baron Castle- 
maine, and d. 4 July, 1913. Issue — 

Hon. Constance Elizabeth, m. 10 Feb. 1880, Uchter 
5th Earl of Eanfurly. 

2. The late Hon. Marcus Piers Francis Caulfeild, C.B., 
b. 3 Nov. 1840; forirerly maj. Mid-Ulster Artillery 
(M.), and at the Admiralty, Whitehall ; m. 15 Aug. 
1878, Louisa Gwyn (Resideiice — 15, War^vick Gardens, 
W.), dau. of Robert Griffith Williams, and d. 15 April, 
1895. Issue — 

1. James Edward Caulfeild, pres. Vise. 

1. Hon. Dorotliv (precedence 1914). m. 2 .Ian. 
1906, Capt. Philip Nelson Ward, M.V.O., R.N., 
director of navigation at the Admiralty. Resi- 
dence — 51, High Street, Portsmouth ; 5 Canning 
Place, Palace Gate, W. 

2. Hon. Rachel (precedence 1914). 

CHARLES, Privy Counsellor. — Rt. Hon. Slr 
Arthur Charles. Knt. Bach, [see Knightage). 

CHARLEVILLE, Earldom of (extinct 26 Jrme, 
1875). Creat. 10 Feb. 1800. 

The late Charlfs William Bury, 2nd Eael of Charle- 
VILLE, h. 29 April, 1800: m. 26 Feb. 1821, Harriet 
Charlotte Be.nujoloi, (d. 1 Feb. 1848), dau. of Col. 
John Campbell, cf Shawfield, and d. 14 July, 1851. 
Issue — 



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1. The late Charles Wilhaji George Bury, 3rd 
Earl of C'HARLE^^LLE, b. 8 March, 1822 : lieut. 43rd 
Poot ; m. 7 March, IS^n, Arabella Louisa (d. 8 July, 
1857), dau. of lati; Henry Case, of Shenston Moss, co. 
Stafford, and d. 10 Jan! 1859. Issue — 

1. The late Charles ^^■ILLIA^^ Fraxcis Bitry, -Ith 
Earl of Cbarleyille, b. 16 May. ISo'J : «l. unm. 
3 Nov. 1874. 

3. Lady Emily Alfreda Julia, of CliarlevUle 
Forest, TuUaniore, Kind's Co., b. 16 Oet. 1856; 
m. 20 Sept. 1881. Capt. Kenneth Howard, s. of 
Hon. James Kenneth Howard. Capt. Howard 
assumed, by roy. licence, 14 Dec. 1881, the additional 
surname and arms of Bury, and d. 24 Aug. 1885, 
leaving Issue. 

2. The late Hon. John James Burv, capt. B.E.. b. 
22 Oct. 1827: m. 24 June, 1S52. Charlotte Theresa 
(m. 2nd, 1868, Herbert O'Meara, and d. 21 Aug. 1913), 
dau. of Thomas Austin, and d. 18 Jan. 1864. Issue — 

2. Georgina Florence, in. 24 Juno, 1879, Lt.-Col. 
Edward Guy Selby Smvth, Roy. Irish Rifles, who 
d. 30 July, 1904. Residences— 42. Cornwall 
Gardens, S.W. ; Dari)y House, Sunbur>--on-Thames. 

4. Ada Piercy Tighe, m. 20 April, 1885, Col. 
Raymond Oliver de Montmorency, late Roy. Irish 
Rifles, who d. 1894. Residence — Beaujolois, Churt, 
Pamhani, Surrey. 

3. The late Alfred Bury, 5th and last Eabl of 
CHARLE-\tlle, b. 19 Feb. 1829; d. 26 June, 1875. 

CHARNWOOD, 1st Baron (U.K.). Creat. 29 
June, 1911. — GonEEY Bathbone Benson, s. of 
late William Benson (d. 31 Jan. 1887), M.A., 
J.P.. of Langtons, Alresford, Hants, by Elizabeth 
Soulsbv, dau. of Thomas Smith, of Colebrooke 
Park, Tonbridge. B. 6 Nov. 1864 ; m. 11 May, 
1897, Dorothea, JIary Roby, dau. of late Roby : 
Thorpe, of Nottingham ; ed. at Winchester and 
Oxford (M.A.): sometime lecturer at Balliol ; 
M.P. AVoodstock div. of Oxfordshire 1892-5, con- 
tested same div.- 1895 ; pari. priv. sec. (unpaid) | 
to Pres. of Board of Agricvilture (Rt. Hon. Herbert ' 
Gardner) 1892-5 ; Mayor of Lichfield 1909-11 ; 
J.P. Staffs. Residences — Stowe House. Liclifield ; 
108, Eaton Square. S.W. Club— Bvool«'s. Issue— 

1. Hox. John Roby Benson, b. 31 Aug. 1901. 

2. Hon. Christopher Godfrey Asquith^Beiison, b. 5 
Kov. 1910. 

1. Hon. Autonia Mary Roby. 

2. Hon. Eleanor Theodora Roby. 

CHARWORTH, Baron. See :Meath, Earl of. 

CHAYTOR, 6th Bt. (U.K.). Great. 30 Sept. 
1831. — Sir Edmund Hugh Chay'toe, s. of 3rd 
Bt. B. 11 Nov. 1876: sue. his bro. 1913; m. 
19 Feb. 19 12, Isobel, dau. of Thomas Scott, of 
Darlington. The first of this family on record is 
Christopher Chaytor, of Butterby, Durham, sur- 
veyor-general of that CO. and of Northumberland, 
temp Ehzabeth. Residences — Croft Hall, Dar- 
lington : Clervaux Castle, Croft, Yorkshire : 
Witton Castle, Witton le Wear, Durham ; Shep- 
leigh Court, Dartmouth. Issue — 
Henry Clervaux Chaytor, b. 4 May, 1914. 
Sir William Richard Carter Chaytor, 2nd Bt., 
b. 7 Feb. 1805 ; M.P. for Durham 1831-34 : m. 1st, 
27 Sept. 1886, Annie Lacy (d. 1] Sept. 1837), of Easing- 
wold ; m. 2nd, 16 March, 1852, Mary (d. 21 May, 1904). 
dau. of John Whitney Smith, of Northallertonj and d, 
9 Feb. 1871. Issue by 1st m.— 

The late SiR William Chaytor. 3rd Bt., b. 

10 Sept. 1837 ; m. 25 Aug. 1866, Mary (Residence — 

Lynton House, Hassocks, Sussex), dau. of Lt.-Col. 

Henry Van Straubenzee, of Spennithorne, Yorks, 

and d. 8 Aug. 1896. Issue — 

1. Sir William Henry EdwatvD Chay'tor, 4th 
Bt., b. 14 June, 1867 : d. unm., 25 April, 1908. 

2. Sm Walter Cleryaux Chaytok. 5th Bt., 
R.N., b. 27 Feb. 1874; J.P., Durham and N.R. 
Yorks ; m. 7 Jan. 1909, Alexandra Leila 
(m. 2nd, 15 Sept. 1914, George Pym Gore), o. c. of 
the late Canon Frederick A. J.'^Hervev, C.V.O., 
and d. 9 July, 1913. 

3. Sir Edmund Hugh Chaytor, pres. Bt. 

1. I,ilian Emma. 

2. Marion Henrietta. 

8. Annie .Julia, m. 26 May, 1897, Allan Havelock- 
AUan (.see HAVELOCK-ALL.ix, Bt.). 
Issue living by 2n(l m. — 

1. Albert Whitney Chaytor, Heir Pres., b. 25 
Nov. 1854 : late lieut. 1st Vol. Batt. Yorks Regt. 

2. Reginald Clervaux Chaytor, b. 6 Oct. 1857. 



CHEETHAM, Privy Counsellor. Apptd. 1911. 
— Rt. Hon. .John Frederick Cheetham, s. of 
late John Cheetham, of Eastwood, Stalybridge, 
M.P., D.L., J.P. B. 1835 ; m. 1887, Beatrice 
Emma. dau. of the late Francis Dukinfield Palmer 
Astley, of Dukinfield, Cheshire, and Arisaig, 
Inverness-shire, D.L. : ed. at L^niv. Coll. London 
(B.A.): M.P. for N. Derbyshire 1880-5, and for 
Stalybridge 19U5-10 : contested High Peak div. 
Derbyshire 1885 and 1892, Bury 1895, and Staly- 
bridge 1900 ; J.P. Cheshire and Lanes : Alder- 
man Cheshire Co. Council ; gov. Victoria Univ. 
of ^Manchester. Residence — Eastwood, Staly- 
l)ridge. Clubs — Athenaiami ; Brooks's ; Alpine. 

CHELMSFORD, 3rd Baron (U.K.). Croat. 
1 :\Iar.'h, is.^s ; G.C.M.G. 1912 : K.C.M.G. 1906.— 
Frederic John Napier Thesiger, s. of 2nd 
Baron. B. 12 Aug. 1868 : m. 27 July, 1894, 
Hon. Frances Charlotte, dau. of Ivor, 1st Baron 
Wimborne : sue. his father 1905 ; ed. at Win- 
chester and Oxford: B.A. (1st class law) 1891; 
M.A. 1894 : fellow of AU Souls 1892 ; called 
to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1893; menib. London 
School Board 1901-4 ; memb. of L.C.C. 1904-5 ; 
Capt. 4th Batt. Dorset Reg. : Gov. of Queens- 
land 1905-9, and of New South Wales 1909-13 ; 
alderman L.C.C. 1913 : Knt. of Grace of the 
Order of St. .John of Jerusalem. Residence — 
IS, Queen's Gate Place. Issue — 

1, Hon. Frederic Ivor Thesiger, b. 17 Oct. 1896. 

2. Hon. Andrew Charles Gerald Thesiger, b. 25 July, 
1903. 

1. Hon. Joan Franci-s Vere. 

2. Hon. Anne Molyueux. 

3. Hon. Bridget Mary. 

4. Hon. Margaret St. Clair Sydney. 

Sir Frederick Thesiger, 1st B.^ron Chelmsford, 
b. 15 July, 1794 ; called to the Bar 1818, K.C. 1834, 
Solicitor- Gen. 1814, Attorney-Gen. 1845, Lord High 
Chancellor, 1858-59, 1866-1868 ; m. 9 March, 1822, Anna 
Maria (d. 9 April, 1875), dau. of William Tinting, and 
d. 5 Oct. 1878. Issui — 

1. Frederick Augustus Thesiger, 2nd Bahon 
Chelmsford, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., b. 31 May, 1827; 
Gen. in the Army, comn\andor in tlio Kaffir and Zulu 
wars : served in Crimea. Indian Mutiny, and Abyssinia ; 
Col. 2nd Life Guards, Col. Sherwood Foresters," A. D.C. 
to Queen Victoria, lieut. of the Tower of London 
1884-9; ra. 1 Jan.' 1867, Adeia Fanny (Residence — 
34, Onslow Square, S.W.), dau. of Maj.-Gen. Heath, 
and d. 9 April, 1905. Issue hviug — 

1 . Frederick John Napier Thesiger, pres. Baron. 

2. Hon. Percy Mansfield Thesiger, b. 7 Nov. 1869 ; 
m. 6 Nov. 1900, Katharine Frances, dau. of Alexander 
Falconer Wallace : ed. at Winchester. Residence — 
71, Cromwell Road, S.W. Club— Boodle's. Issue— 

i. Donald Adrian Wallace Thesiger, b. 28 Oct. 
1901. 

2. Alec Peirson Thesiger, b. 26 Oct. 1904. 

3. Anthony Frederic Lewis Thesiger, b. 30 June, 
1906. 

3. Capt., Hon. Wilfred Gilbert Thesiger, D.S.O. 
(1901), b. 25 March, 1871 ; m, 21 Aug. 1909, Kath- 
leen, dau. of the late Thomas Mercer Cliffe Vigors, 
of Burgage, co. Carlow : ed. at Cheltenham ; vice- 
consul at Tarauto, Italy, 1897-1900, at Belgrade 
1901-6 ; consul for French Congo, Cameroons, 
and Spanish W. Africa 1907 : British Consul St, 
Petersburg 1907 ; H.M. Co]isul for the Conga 
(residing at Bonia), 1907-9 ; consul-gen. at Addis 
Abeba with local rank of Envoy Extraord. and Min. 
Plenipo. since 1909 ; served in S.A. war in Imperial 
Yeo. Residences — The Old Vicarage, Beachley, 
Chepstow ; British Legation, Addis Abeba, Abys- 
sinia. Club — St. James's. Issue — 

1. WiUrid Patrick Thesiger, b. 3 June, 1910. 

2. Brian Peirson Thesiger, b. 4 Oct. 1911. 

3. Dermont Vigors Thesiger, b. 24 March, 1914. 

4. Cant. Hon. Eric Richard Th(=siger, 1). 17 Feb, 
1874 ; m. 29 Oct. 1904. Peari, o. dau. of John Coup- 
land, of 67, Upper Berkeley Street ; ed. at Win- 
chester ; page of honour to Queen Victoria 1884-90 ; 
maj. Surrey Y. : served in S.A. war. Residence — ■ 
Ormonde House, Regent's Park, N.W. Club^ 
Wellington. Issue — 

Osrie Wilfred Thesiger, b. 5 Oct. 1905. 
Desirge. 

2. The late Lt.-Gen, the Hon. Charles Wemyss Thesiger, 
b. 12 Oct. 1831 ; Col. 14 Hussars; served in China; 
comm. Curragh Brig., inspector-gen. of Cav. in Irel. 
1885-90 : A. D.C. to Earl of Cariisle, Lord-Lt. of Irel. ; 
m. 23 April, 1863, Charlotte Elizabeth (d. 29 Oct. 



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[CHETWODE 



1880), dau. of Hon. George Handcock, and d. 29 July, 
19U3 Issue 

1 . Col. George Handcock Thesiger, C.B., CM. 6. Rifle 
Brigade, b. 6 Oct. 1868 ; inspoctor-geu. King's 
African Rifles 1909-13, served in S.A. ; m. 9 Jan. 
1902, Frances, dau. of the late Maj.-Gen. Fitzroy 
W. Frecmantle, C.B. Address— 4th Batt. Rifle 
Brig., India. Residence — 

Club — Naval and Military. Issue — 

Gerald Alfred Thesiger, b. 25 Dec. 1902. 
Oonah, Pamela. 

2. Gerald Edward Peirson Thesiger, b. 24 May, 
1 872 ; served in S.A., late asst. resident in N". Nigeria ; 
m. 9 April, 1908, Ruby Le Nora Marguerite, dau. 
of Jolin McCulloch. Residence — Wellesbourne, 
Warwicks. 

1. Etliel Mary. Residence — The Old House, Stoke 
Albanv, Market Harboro'. 

3. The late Rt. Hon. Alfred Henry Thesiger, P.C, Q.C., 
b. 15 July, 1838 ; a Lord Justice, Attorney-Gen. to the 
Prince of Wales ; ni. 31 Dec. 1862, Henrietta {Resi- 
dence — 30, Stanhope Gardens, S.W.), dau. of Hon. 
George Handcock, and d. 20 Oct. 1880. 

4. The Hon. Siu Edw.\rd Peirson Thesigek, K.C.B. 
{see Knightage). 

CHELMSFORD, 1st Bishop of. Founded 1914.— 
Rt. Rev. John Edwin Watts-Ditchfield, M.A., 
D.D. B. 17 Sept. 1861; m. 1892, Jennie, dau. 
of late Thomas Lax Wardell; ord. 1891 ; cur. of 
St. Peter's. Holloway, 1891-7 : lecturer at St. 
Mary, Aklermary, E.C., 1905-14 ; vie. of St. 
Janies-the-Less, Bethnal Green, 1897—1914 ; 
C.E.M.S. Missioner to Australia and New Zea- 
land, 1912 ; memb. of Bethnal Green Board of 
Guardians 1899-1914 ; select preacher Camb. 
Univ., 1909 and 1913 : chaii'man of council 
of St. John's Hall, Durham : lecturer in pastoral 
theology at Cambridge, 1912—13. Author of 
" Church in Action," " Here and Hereafter," 
"Fishers of Men." Residence — Bishop's Court, 
Chelmsford. Club — Athenseum. Issue — 

Dorothy Mary, b. 9 March, 1895. 

CHELSEA, Vise. See C.^dogan, Earl. 

CHERRY, Privy Counsellor (I.). Apptd. 1905. 
— Rt. Hon. Richabd Robert Cherry, s. of 
the late Robert William Cherry, of ^^^ate^ford. 
B. 19 March, 1859 ; m. G Oct. 1886, Mary Wilhel- 
inina, dau. of the late Robert Cooper, of Leix- 
lip ; ed. at Trin. Coll. Dubhn (B.A.. double gold 
medallist) ; called to the Bar (King's Inns, 
Dubhn) 1881 ; Q.C. 1896 ; a Bencher 1906 ; was 
prof, of Crim. Law, Dublin Univ. 1889-94 ; con- 
tested Kirkdale div., Liverpool, 1900, and sat for 
the Exchange div. (L. ) 1906-09; Attorney-Gen. 
for Ireland 1 905—09 ; Lord .Justice of Appeal in Ire- 
land 1909-14 ; Lord Chief Justice since 1914. Resi- 
dences — 92, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin ; Killin- 
carrig House, Greystones, co. Wicklow. Club — 
University (Dublin). 

CHESHAM, 4th Baron (U.K.). Creat. 15 
Jan. 1858. — .John Compton Cavendish, s. of 
3rd Baron. B. 13 June, 1894 ; sue. his father 
1907. The 1st Peer had been for nearly forty 
years in the House of Commons ; he was uncle 
to 7th Duke of Devonshire. Residence — Latimer, 
Chesham, Bucks. 

WiLLLWi George Cavendish, 2nd Baron Chesham. 
b. 29 Oct. 1815 : m. 24 July, 1849, Henrietta Frances 
(d. 21 May, 1884), dau. of tlie Rt. Hon. W. S. Lascelles, 
and d. 26 June, 1882. Issee — 

1 . CHiURLES COMPTON WILLIAM, 3RD BARON CHESHAM, 
P.C., K.C.B. , b. 13 Dee. 1850 ; lion. Maj.-Gen. in the 
Army, lieut. Coldstream Guards, capt. lOtli Hussars 
and ieth Lancers, inspector-gen. of the Imp. Yeo., hon 
Col. Bucks Yeo., served in S.A. war ; Lord of the 
Bedchamber to H.R.H. the Prince of Wal(;s : ni. 13 
Nov. 1877, Lady Beatrice Constance Grosvenor, 
R.R.C. (m. 2nd. 4 Oct. 1910, John Alexander Mon- 
creifte, and d. 12 Jan. 1911 ), dau. of 1st Duke of West- 
minster, and d. 9 Nov. 1907. Issue living — 

John Compton Cavendish, pres. Baron. 

Hon. Lilah Const.anoe, m. 8 July, 1903, Sir Mer\-yn 

E. Manningham-BuUer, 3rd Bt. 

2. Lieut. -Col. the Hon. William Edwin Cavendish, 
M.V.O., Heir Pres., brev.-col. Gren. Guards, b. 18 
May, 1862 ; m. 25 March, 1885, Elizabeth Janet, dau. 
of Thomas Baillie (of Polkemniet) ; commandant on 
lines of communication, 1914. Residence — Sawtrey, 
Huntingdon. Club — Travellers'. Issue — 



Evan George Cliarles Cavendish, b. 23 Feb. 1891 ; 

sub.-lt. R.N. 

Elizabeth Compton. 
1. Hon. Georgiana Caroline, ni. 26 Aug. 1875,Tliomas, 
2nd Earl of Leicester. 

2 Hon. Mary Susan Caroline, m. 19 Oct. 1878, George, 
8th Vise. Cobham. 

3. Hon. Katherine Caroline, m. 29 July, 1882, Hugh, 
1st Duke of Westminster. 

CHESTER, Earl of. See Royal Family. 

CHESTER, 33rd Bishop of. Founded 1541.— 
Rt. Rev. Francis John Jaynb, s. of John Jayne, 
J. P. of Breconshire. and Elizabeth Haines. B. 
1845 ; m. 1872, Emily Sarah, dau. of Watts 
John Garland, of Lisbon ; ed. at Rugby and 
Oxford (scholarship Hody Greek exhib., 1st class 
mods.. Greats, and law and hist.) ; fellow of 
Jesus Coll. 1868 ; Senior Hall, Houghton Greek 
Test, prizeman 1870 ; D.D. 1888 ; ord. 1870 ; 
cur. St. Clement's. Oxford, 1870-1 ; tutor Keble 
Coll. 1871-9 ; principal St. David's Coll., Lampeter, 
1879-86 ; vie. of Leeds 1886, until his consecra- 
tion as Bishop 1889 ; Whitehall preacher 1875-7 ; 
select preacher at Oxford 1884. The diocese 
includes all Cheshire. Residence — The Palace, 
Chester. Club — Athenasum. Issue living — 

1. Ronald Garland Jayne, b. 1877; m. 31 July, 1901, 
Mary Salkeld, dau. of James Salkeld Robinson, of Roch- 
dale. 

2. Kingsley Garland Jayne, b. 1879, m. 1907, Elvira 
Mary, dau. of A. Ashley, of California. 

3. Arthur Ivor Garland Jayne, b. 1882; m. 31 Aug. 
1910, Frederika, dau. of Prof, von Munthe, of Mor- 
genstierne. 

1. Edith Mary Garland. 

2. Grace Emilv Garland. 

3. Alice Laidly Garland. 

CHESTERFIELD, 10th Earl of. Creat. 4 Aug., 
1628; Baron Stanhope 7 Nov. 1616 (Eng.); 
Bart. (U.K.) 13 Nov. 1807 ; P.C. 1894 ; G.C.V.O. 
1911. — Edwyn Fr.^ncis Scudamore-Stanhope,. 
s. of 9th Earl. B. 15 March, 1854 ; m. 15 Feb. 
1900, Hon. Enid, dau. of 1st Baron Nunburn- 
holme ; sue. his father 1887 ; ed. at Eton, and 
Oxford, B.A. 1877 ; Treasurer to the Royal 
Household 1892-4 ; capt. of the corps of gentle- 
men-at-arms 1894-5 ; Lord Steward since 1910 ; 
D.L., J. P. Herefordshire ; capt. late 4th Batt. 
Shropshire L.I. (M.) ; has the Order of the Red 
Eagle of Prussia (1st cl. ). The 1st Peer was an 
active supporter of the royal cause during the 
civil wars ; the 4th Earl was the celebrated Lord 
Chesterfield, who d. without issue, and the 
title reverted to the heirs of his ancestor's 
younger bi'other. Residences — Scudamore House, 
Regent's Park. N. W. ; Kilforge House, Ballingham, 
Herefordshire. Clubs— Brooks's ; Turf ; Marl- 
borough. 

Henry Edwyn Chandos Stanhope, 9th Earl of 
Chesterfield, b. 8 April, 1821 ; D.L., J.P., Hereford; 
m. 6 Au2. 1851, Dorothea (E.esidence— 26, Egerton 
Gardens, S.W.), dau. of Sir Adam Hay, 7th Bt. (she has 
Order of Mercy, 1905), and d. 12 Jan. 1887. Issue — 

1. Edwyn Francis Scudamore-Stanhope, pres. 
Earl. 

2. Capt. the Hon. Henry Athole Scudamore- 
Stanhope, R.N. (ret.). Heir Pres., b. 29 May, 1855. 
Club — Naval and Military. 

3. Hon. Claude Dormer Scudamore-Stanhope, b. 7 
April, 1857. 

4. Hon. Evelyn Theodore Scudamore-Stanhope, b. 
9 Jan. 1862 ; m. 21 April, 1888, Julia Dasha, dau. of 
Gerald Potter, of Earnsdale, Darwen ; capt reserve 
of officers ; late capt. A.S.C. ; late lieut. K.R.R. Corps ; 
D.L., Chief Constable of Herefordshire, ret. 1895. 
Residence — Nupton House, Hereford. Club — Naval 
and Military. Issue — 

Edward Henry Scudamore-Stanhope, b. 9 Feb. 1889. 
Enid Doreen Grace. 

5. Hon. Charles Hay Scudamore-Stanhope, b. 24 Aug. 
1864 ; m. 23 Jan. 1900, dau. Adele, dau. of Sir Robert 
Hay, 8th Bt. ; ed. at Oxford, B.A. 1888 : member 
of Ransford it Co., Stockbrokers. Residence — 64, 
Queen's Gate, S.M'. Club — Baclielor's. Issue — 

Chandos Robert Scudamore-Stanhope, b. 26 June, 

1905. Dorothea. 

CHETWODE, 7th Bt. (E.). Creat. (> April, 

1700. — Sir Philip Walhouse Chetwode, 

D.S.O., s. of 6th Bt. B. 21 Sept. 1869 ; m. 



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1 June, 1899, Hester Camilla, dau. of Col. the 
Hon. Richard Stapleton-Cottou : .sue. his father 
1905 ; late It. -col. commdg. 19th Hussars ; 
assist, mil. sec. to Lt.-Gen. Sir J. French, com- 
mndg. Aldershot armv corps. ; served in Chin 
Hiirexpedition 1893-4, and in S.A. war 1899- 
1902 ; col. comdg. London Mounted Brig. 
Terr. Force, from 1912 ; brig. gen. 5th Cavalry 
Div. (Despatches, France, 1914). Residences — 
Oakley, Market Drayton, Salop ; Chetwode, 
Bucks. Issue — 

Roger Chetwode, b. 18 April, 1906. 

Penelope Valentine Hester. 
Sir George Chetwode, 6th Bt., b. 20 Julv, 182 3; 
It.-col. 8th Hussars ; m. 21 Oct. 1868, Alice Jane 
(Eesideuce — 52, South Street, W.), dau. of Michael 
Thomas Bass, of Kangemoro, Staffs. Issue — 

1. Sm Philip W. Chetwode, pres. Bt 

2. Comm. George Knightley Chetwode, K.X.. b. 10 
Dec. 1877 ; m. 4 Feb. 1908, Alice Clara, dau. of Maj. 
V. H. Vaughan-Lee, of DiUington, Somerset. Issue — 

1. John, b. 28 May, 1909. 

2. - - - Chetwode, h. 24 Aug. 1914. 

1. Evelyn Hamar, ni. 19 March, 1892, Percy A.L. Lam- 
ing, of Alresford Place, Hants. 

2. Laura Grey, m. 3 July, 1897, Christiau Edward 
Cornwallis Eliot. Residence — Suuhill, Alresford, Hants, 
and has issue. 

3. Florence Hvacinthe, m. 21 Oct. 1903, Lt.-Col. J. F. 
Noel Birch, R H.A. 

CHETWYND, 8th Vise. Creat. 29 June, 
1717 ; Baron Rathdowne. 1717 (I.). — Godfrey 
John Boyle Chetwynd, s. of Hon. Henry Chet- 
wynd. B. 3 Oct. 1863 ; m. 1st, 12 April, 1893. 
Baroness Hilda von Alvenslebeu (from whom he 
obtained a divoi'ce), dau. of Baron George von 
Alvensleben-Rusteberg ; m. 2nd, 10 Feb. 1904, 
Hon. Mary, dau. of William, 4th Baron Aucldand ; 
sue. his luicle 1911. The 1st Peer was ambas- 
sador in Turin ; he was descended from an 
ancient Salop family, of which the progenitor 
was Adam de Chetwynd (c. 1180), father of Sir 
John Chetwynd, temp. Henry III. Residence — 
Wyndthorpe, nr. Doncaster. Club — White's. 
Issue — 

1. Hox. Adam Duncan Chetwynd, b. 14 Xov. 1904. 

2. Hon. John Julian Chetwynd, h. 10 Aug. 1906. 
1. Hon. Mary Diana Eve. 

Richard Walter Chetwynd, 6th Vise. Chetwy'nd, 
b. 13 Dec. 1800 ; m. 1st, 30 Aug. 1822, M.irv (d. 5 Dec. 
1857), dau. of Robert Moss ; m. 2nd, 24 Sept. 1861, Mary ^ 
(d. 7 June, 1901), dau. of John Hussey, and d. 6 Dec. ' 
1879. Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Richard Syaiter Chetwynd, 7th Vise. Chetwynd, 
b. 26 July. 1823 ; 14th Dragoon-; ; ni. 16 March, 1853, 
Harriet Johanna (d. 12 Jan. 1S9S). dau. of Walter 
Campbell, of Sanderland. and d. 23 Jan. 1911. 

1. The late Hon. Richard Walter Chetwvnd, b. 
27 Nov. 1859 ; m. 8 Jan. 1889, Florence, o.'dau. of 
Col. Tom Xaylor-Leyland, and d. 6 March, 1908. 
Issue — 

1. Mary Eleanora. 

2. Amelia Mary, m. 17 Sept. 1912, Capt. Claude 
Edward Reynard, 12th Lancers. 

1. Hon. Eleanora, m. 29 June, 1907, James Lloyd- 
Anstruther. Residence — 25 Elvaston Place, S.'W. 

2. Hon. Catherine Frances, m. 6 June, 1889, George 
Blezard (Residence — Cloverley, Whitchurch, Salop), 
and has issue. 

2. The late Capt. the Hon. Henrv Wevland Clietwvnd, 
R.N.,b. 8 Oct. 1829 ; m. 8 Feb. 1858, Julia BosVille 
(d. 17 Oct. 1901), dau. of Duncan Davidson, of Tulloch, 
and d. 27 Nov. 1893. Issue — 

1. The late Heurv Goulburn Willoughby Chetwynd, 
b. 12 Dec. 1858; A.M.I. C.E. ; m. 7" Nov. 1893, 
Eva Constance Elizaljcth Fanny (Residence — 
Manor Side, Harpenden, Herts), dau. of Augustus 
Berney, of Bracon Hall, Nom-ich, and d. 1 July, 
1909. Issue— I 

1. Dorothy Constance. i 

2. Sylvia Evelyn. 

3. Enid Ehzabeth. 

2. Godfrey John Boyle Chetwynd, pres. Vise. ; 

3. Rev. the Hon. Walter James Bosville Chetwynd, 
(pat. of precedence 1911), b. 30 April, 1865; vie. 
of Penistone, Yorks : m. 5 March, 1890, Ashton 
Yate, dau. of the late Ashton Benyon, of Stetch- 
worth Park, Cambridgeshire. Residence — 

4. The late Capt. the Hon. Louis Wentworth 
Packington Chetwynd (pat. of precedence 1911), 
R.N. (ret.), b. 16 Dec. 1866 : m.l7 Jan. 1903, Augusta 



Frances Beverlev, (Residence — Highwood House, 
Mill Hill, Middlesex), dau. of E. R. Robinson, of 
New York, and d. 18 April, 1914. Issue — 

1. Wentworth Randolph Chetwynd, b. 16 Dec. 
1903. 

2. Pliilip Henrv Chetwynd, b. 29 Jan. 1906. 

1. Eliza.betli Juha. 

2. Victoria Edith Joan. 

1. Hon. Ida Hel'U Lizzie, m. 14 Nov. 1899, Arclii- 
bald W. Merry, R.H.G., of Belladrum. 

2. Hon. Catherine Adelaide, m. 8 Nov. 1893, Douglas 
Vickers, of Cantley, Doncaster, and has issue. 

3. Hon. Margaret Diana Hopetoun, m. 2 June, 
1894, Thomas S. Birkin (see BlIiKiN, Bt.). 

3. The late Capt. tlie Hon. Chcarles Cornwallis Chet- 
wynd, 10th Regt. b., 17 Sept. 1834 ; m. 30 Oct. 1860, 
Emily Hannah (Residence — Cissbury, Ascot), o. dau. 
of Col. W. H. IJlaauw, of Beceliland, Sussex, and d. 
31 March, 1884. Issue — 

1. Emily Mary Frances. 

2. Margaret Adelaide, m., 5 June, 1890, Frank 
Bousfield Hudson, of Oakwood, Roundhay, Leeds, 
and has issue. He d. 1 May, 1912. 

3. Louisa Charlotte. 

4. Julia Alice. 

5. Katharine Philippa, m. 1 Sept. 1908, Rev. 
Knoulton Harold Hampshire, who d. March, 1914, 
and has issue. Residence — Kendrick Road, Eead- 



CHETWYND, 4th Bt. (G.B.). Creat. 1 May, 
1795. — Sir C4eori;e Chetwynd, s. of 3rd Bt. 
B. in Hanover Sc^uare, 31 May, 1849 ; 
m. G June. 1870, Lady Florence Cecilia (d. 3 
Feb. 1907), dau. of Henry, 2nd Marq. of Anglesey, 
and widow of the last Marq. of Hastings ; sue. 
his father 1809 : high sheriff, Warwickshire 
1875 ; patron of 1 living. The 1st Bt. was 
many years clerk to the Pri\'y Council ; he 
was descended from a common ancestor with 
Vise. Chetwynd. Residence — 68, South Audley 
Street, W. Issue — 

1. George Guy Chetwynd, Heir, b. 6 Dec. 1874 ; 
ni. 2 Jan. 1902, Rosalind, dau. of the late W. H. Secor, 
of New York. She obtained a divorce 1909. Resi- 
dence — • Issue — 

Victor James Guy Chetwynd, b. 14 Nov. 1902. 

1. LiUan Florence Maud, m. 1st, 20 Jan. 1898, 
Henry Cyril, 5th Marq. of Anglesey ; m. 2nd, 11 
Dec. 1909, John Francis Grey CTilliat, and has issue. 
Residence — 4, Gloucester Squ.are, W. 

2. Olive Nina Jlary. 

Sm George Chetwynd. 3rd Bt., b. 6 Sept. 1809 ; 
m. 2 Aug. 1843, Lady Charlotte Augusta Hill (d. 24 
Nov. 1861), dau. of Arthur, 3rd Marq. of Downshire, 
and d. 24 March, 1869. Issue living — 

1. Sir George Chetwynd, pres. Bt. 

2. Capt. Walter Hill Chetwynd. late 16th Lancers, 
b. 13 Jan. 1856 : m. 14 June. 1890. Hon. Edom6 
Eliza Theodosia Monson, dau. of John, 8th Baron 
Monson. Residence — 34, Sloane Gardens, S.W. 
Issue — 

Phvllis Marion. 

1. Isabel IMarian, m. 1st, 24 May, 1870, C. H. Poole 
of Marbury Hall, Salop ; m. 2nd, 22 June, 1880, 
Robert. 4th Vise. Combermere. 

2. Georgiana, m. 4 May, 1874, Dudlev Francis, 7th 
Earl of Guilford . 

CHEWTON, Vise. <S'eeWAi,DEGE.WE, Earl of. 

CHEYLESMORE, 3rd Baron (U.K.). Creat. 
9 July, 1887 ; K.C.V.O. 1909 ; C.V.O, 1905.— 
Herbert Francis E.\ton, s. of 1st Baron. B. 
25 Jan. 1848 ; m. 14 July, 1892, Ehzabeth Richard- 
son, dau. of Francis Ormond French, of New York, 
and Newport, B.I. ; sue. his bro. 1902 ; is maj.- 
gen. (ret.) late Col. commdg. Gi-en. Gds. ; chrmn. 
Nat. Rifle Assoc. ; contested Coventrv (C.) 
1887 ; mayor of Westminster 1904-5 and 1905-6 ; 
memb. of committee on civil employment of ex- 
soldiers since 1905 ; Knight of Justice of St. 
John of Jerusalem and Knight of the Redeemer 
of Greece ; D.L., Mdsex., J. P. Bucks. ; memb. 
L.C.C. since 1907 ; hon. col. 9th Batt. Co. of 
London Regt. ; chrmn. Middlesex Terr. Force 
Assocn. ; lay canon St. Michael's, Coventry. 
This title is derived from the estate and manor 
of Cheylesmore, formerly part of the inheritance 
of the Princes of Wales, and famous for its many 
historical associations. Residences — 16, Prince's 
Gate, S.W. ; Cooper's Hill, Englefield Green, 



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Surrey. Clubs — Guards' ; Carlton ; Turf ; Marl- 
boroixgh ; Travellers'. Issue — 

1. Hon. Francis Ormond Henry Eaton, Heir, b. 
19 June, 1893. 

2. Hon. Herbert Edward Eaton, b. 12 .June, 1895 ; 
2nd lieut. Gren. Gds., 1914. | 

Henry William Eaton, 1st Baron Cheylesmore, 
b. 13 March, 181 6 ; D.L.Suffolk, M.P. for Coventry, 1865- ' 
1887 ; ni. 22 Oct. 1839, Charlotte Gorham (d. 27 Feb. 
1877), o. dauof Thomas Leader Hamian, of New Orleans, ' 
and d. 2 Oct. 1891. Issue — 

1. The late Henry Enderby Eaton, b. 11 May, 1841 ; 
m. 30 April, 1872, Hon, Iiina, o. dau. of Edward, 1st 
Baron de Bamsay. 

2. William Meeiton Eaton 2nd Baron Cheyies- 
MOEE, b. 1.5 Jan. 1843 ; d.' unm., 10 July, 1902. 

3. Herbert Francis Eaton, pres. Baron. \ 

1. Hon. Charlotte Harman, ni. 2 July, 1879, Lord i 
George Murray Pratt (see Camden, Marq. OF.). ' 

2. Hon. Frances Louise. Ecsidence — 5, Knights- 
bridge, S.W. 

CHEYNE, 1st Bt. (U.K.). Croat. 20 July, 
1908; C.B. (civ.) 1900. — Sm William Watson 
Cheynj3,s. of Andrew Cheyiie, and Eliza, dau. of 
Rev. William Watson, of Fetlar. B. at Hobart 
Tovpn, Tasmania, 14 Dec. 1852 ; m. 1st, 29 Jan. 
1887, Mary Emma (d. G Feb. 1894), dau. of Rev. 
Wm. Servante ; m. 2nd, 12 Dec. 1894, Margaret, 
dau. of Geo. Smith, S.S.C, of Lerwick, Shetland ; 
ed. at New Gram. Sch., Aberdeen, and Edin. 
Univ., Vienna, and Strasburg ; grad. M.B., CM. 
(1st class honours) Edin. Aug. 1876, F.R.C.S. 
Eng. 1879, hon. D.Sc. Oxford, lion. LL.D. Edin., 
F.R.S. ; hon. surg. -in -ordinary to the King since 
1910 ; has been Hunterian professor R.C.S. Eng. ; 
demonst. anat. in Univ. Edin. ; surg. King's 
Coll. hosp. ; vice-pres. R.C.S. Eng. since 1907 ; 
prof. surg. King's Coll., London, since 1890 ; 
It. -col. 4th London Gen. Hosp. (T.F.) R.A.M.C. ; ; 
coneultg. surg. S. African forces 1900 ; consultg. 
surg. Paddington Green children's hosp.. Mount 
Vernon hosp. for consump.. Dr. Barnardo's 
homes, etc. Residences — 76, Harlej' Street-, W^. ; 
Leagarth, Fetlar, Shetland. 1 

Issue by 1st m. — 

1. Joseph Lister Cheyne, Heir, b. in London 
12 Jan. 1888 ; ed. at Uppingham ; lieut. 16th lancers 
(Despatches France, 1914); m. 19 June, 1912, Nelita 
Manfleld, dau. of Andrew Pringle, of Borgue, Kir- 
cudbright. 

2. William Hunter Watson Clieyue, b. 26 June, 1889 ; 
Surgeon, R.N. 1914. 

Issue by 2nd m. — 

3. George Basil Watson Cheyne, b. 12 Oct. 1898. 
1. Grace Ella Margaret Watson. 

CHICHESTER, 6th Earl of. Croat. 23 June, 
1801 (U.K.) ; Baron Pelham, 4 May, 1702 (G.B.) ; 
Bt.. 22 May, 1611 (Eng.). — Jocelyn Bbude- 
NELL Pelham, s. of 5th Earl. B. 21 May. 1871 ; 
m. 1898, Ruth, dau. of Francis William I3uxton ; 
sue. his father 1906 ; ed. at Eton and Camb., 
B.A. 1894 ; capt. 6th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. ; 
memb. Sussex TeiT. Force Assocn. ; a public 
works loan commissioner. The 1st Baron Pel- 
ham (4th Bt.), who was member of all the 
parliaments during the reigns of Charles II 
and James II, and of the convention parliament, 
had two sons ; the elder was created Duke of 
Newcastle and K.G., and the 2nd, Henry, was 
repeatedly prime minister and chancellor of the 
exchequer. They both d. without surviving male ' 
issue, and the barony and baronetcy devolved 
upon Thomas Pelham, of Stanmer, afterwards 
1st Earl. Seat.- — Stanmer, Lewes, Sussex. Resi- 
dence — 7, Sussex Square, Brighton. Clubs — 
Bath ; Brooks's. Issue — 

1. Francis Godolphin Henry, Lord Pelham, b. 
23, March, 1905. 

2. Hon. John Buxton Pelham, b. 12 June, 1912. 

1. Lady Elizabeth Jocelyn. 

2. Lady Prudence Mary. 

Henry Thomas Pelham, 3rd Earl of Chichester, 
b. 25 Aug. 1804 ; lord-lieut. of Sussex ; m. 18 Aug. 
1828, Lady Mary (d. 22 May, 1867), dau. of Bobert, 6th 
Earl of Cardigan, and d. 15 March, 1886. Issue — 

1. Walter John Pelham, 4th Earl of Chichester, 
b. 22 Sept. 1838 : d. 28 May, 1902. 

2. Francis Godolphin Pelham, 5th Eaul of Chich- 
ester, b. 18 Oct. 1844; vie. of Gt. Yarmouth, M.A., 



Camb.; m. 4 Aug. 1870, Hon. Alice Carr Glyx. Resi- 
dence — Oldland, Keynier, Sussex), dau. of George, 1st 
Baron Wolvertoii, and d. 21 April, 1905. Issue living — • 

1. Jocelyn Brudenell J'elham, pres. Earl. 

2. Hon. Henry George Godolphin Pelham, b. 5 
March, 1875 ; Soudan C.S., has Order of Osmanieh ; 
m. 19 April, 1906, Agnes Lee, dau. of T. J. Oiler- 
head, of Mineliead. Residence — Albara, Soudan; 
Holme, Ringmere, Sussex. Club — Bath. Issue — 

1. Anthony George Pelham, b. 4 Sept. 1911. 

1. Joan Ursula. 

2. Beryl Northup. 

3. Hon. Anthony Ashley Ivo Pelham, b. 23 Oct. 
1879 ; Soudan C.S., has Order of Medjidie ; m. 
5 Aug. 1908, Muriel Spear, dau. of Capt. G. S. 
Lindeman. R.N.R., Gov. Shipping Master at Syd- 
ney, N.S.W. Club— Bath. 

1. Lady Ruth Mary. 

3. Hon. Thomas Henry William Pelham, C.B., b. 
21 Dec. 1847 ; ed. at Camb., B.A. 1869 ; called to the 
Bar (Inner Temple) 1871, assist, sec. of the Board of 
Trade, 1895—1913; m. 26 July 1883, Louisa Keith, 
dau. of the late William Bruce, of Kennet, N.B. Resi- 
dence — Dee lie House, Putnev Hill, S.W. Issui — 

1. Rev. Walter Henry Pelham. b. 22 Julv, 1SS6; 
M.A. Camb.; m. 26 Aug. 1914, Ruth Jl.ny. dau. 
of the late Claude Leatham, of Wentinidgr, V(jrk- 
shire. Residence — Rushden, Nortliaiiiptunsliire. 

1. Mary Louisa. 

2. Maud Katherine. 

4. Hon. Arthur Lowther Pelham, b. 28 Dec. 1850 ; 
m. 30 April, 1879, Evelyn Georgiana, dau. of the late Sir 
Reginald Cust ; ed. at Eton and Camb., M.A. 1875. 
Residence — Moorcroft, Monmouth. 

1. Lady Isabella Charlotte, m. 9 July, 1855, Samuel 
Whitbread, late M.P. for Bedford, and has issue. 
Residence — Southill, Biggleswade. 

CHICHESTER, Vise. Sec Donegal, Earl of. 

CHICHESTER, 73rd Bishop of. Founded 1075. 
— Rt. Rev. Charles John Ridgeway', D.D., 
s. of the Rev. Joseph Ridgeway, vie. of Christ 
Church, Tunbridge Wells. B. 14 July, 1841 ; 
m. 1st, 15 April, 18G8, Susan Jane (d. 29 June, 
1895), dau. of Rev. Gerald FitzGei-ald ; m. 2nd, 
20 July, 1899, Katherine Margaret, dau. of the 
Rev. Canon Johnston, rector of North Cray ; 
ed. at St. Paul's School, and Camb. (Perry 
Exhibitioner B.A. 1863 : 2nd class Theol. trip. 
1865) ; cur. of Christ Church, Tunbridge Wells. 
1866 ; vie. of North Malvern, 1868 ; rector of 
Buckhurst Hill, 1875 ; incumbent of St. Paul's. 
Edinburgh, 1880 ; vie. of Christ Church, Lan- 
caster Gate, 1884 ; dean of Carlisle, 1905 ; apptd. 
to his present see, 1907 ; formerly prebendary of 
St. Paul's ; patron of 78 livings. The diocese 
includes the whole of the county of Sussex ; 
net annual value, £4,300. Residences — The Palace, 
Chichester ; Dmnisell, Limpsfield. Clubs — 
Athena?um ; St. James's. Issue by 1st m. — 
Rev. Charles Spencer Churcliill Fitzgerald Ridgewav, 
M.A., Oxford ; b. 4 Julv, 1872 ; hon. curate of St. 
Peter's, Thanet, 1898-1900; m. 4 Jan. 1900, Jean 
Bland, dau. of the late James Duncan Campbell, CM. G. 
Residence — St. Peters' Court, Broadstairs. Issue — 
Charles Campbell Ridgeway, b. 14 Feb. 1904. 
Una Geraldine, m. 29 Doe. 1892, Ronald Montagu 
Burrows, D. Litt., principal of King's College. Lon- 
don. Residence — King's College, Strand, W.C. 

CHICHESTER, 10th Bt., of Raleigh, (Eng.). 

Croat. 4 Aug. 1641. — Sm Edward George 
Chichester, s. of 9th Bt. B. 22 Jan. 
1883 ; sue. his father 1906 ; lieut. R.N., ret. ; 
served in the naval brigade under the command 
of Adm. Sir Hedworth Lambton throughout 
the siege of Ladysmith, 1899-1900 (specially 
promoted to lieut., medal, clasp). This family 
is descended from Sir John De Cirencester, li\'ing 
in Devon in 1433. The 9th Bt. was a distin- 
guished naval officer. Seat — Clubs — 
Sports ; Marlborough. 

Sir Arthur Chichester, 8th Bt., b. 4 Oct. 1822 ; 
D.L., J.P., Capt. 7th Hussars, hon. Col. North Devon 
Yeo. ; m. 1st, 20 Nov. 1847, Mary (d. 28 June, 1879), 
dau. of John Nicholetts, of South Petherton ; m. 2nd, 23 
June, 1883, RosaUe Amelia (d. 22 Aug. 1908), dau. of 
Thomas Chamberlayne, of Cranbury Park, Southamp- 
ton, and widow of Sir Alexander P. B. Chichester, 2nd 
and last Bt. of Arlington, and d. 13 Julv, 1898. Issue^ 
1 . Sir Edward Chichester, 9th Bt., C.B., C.M.G., 



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b. 20 Nov. 1849 ; Adm. Supcrt. of the Xaval Estalilisli- 
meut at Gibraltar 190-1-6, served in S.A. 1831 and 
1900-1, in Egypt 1882 and 1884-5 ; A.D.C. to Queen 
Victoria and King Edward : m. 12 Oct. 1880, Cath- 
AKIN'A Emma (Residence — The Bungalow, Instow, N. 
Devon), dau.of Comm. B.C. Whyte, R.N., of Instow, 
N. Devon, and d. 17 Sept. 1906. Issue— 

1. Sm Edward George Chichester, pres. Bt. 

2. Arthur \Yhyte Chichester, Heir Pres., b. 
17 Jan. 1885; 2nd lieut. A.S.C. 1914. 

3. Lieut. Robert Charles CMchester, R.N., b. 29 
Oct. 1889. 

4. Marcus Beresford Chichester, b. 10 April, 1896. 

1. Catharina Edina, ni. 27 June, 1905, Capt. Charles 
Venables Beresford, Worcs. Regt., and has issue 

2. Janet, ni. 3 Feb. 1904, Edward Jlornliy Beck- 
with, and has issue. 

3. Victoria May. 

4. Edith Mary, m. 26 Jan. 1911, Stephen Charles 
B. Renshaw (see Re.xshaw, Bt.). 

5. Fanny. 

6. Joanna. 

2. Henry Cliichester, b. 26 Nov. 1851 : m. 13 May, 
1876, Adah Georgina, dau. of Horatio F. K. Holloway, 
of Marchwood Park, Hants. Residence — Hill 
House, ^Yincanton. Issue living — 

1. Arthur Raleigh Chichester, b. 30 May, 1879; 
m. 16 Dec. 1903, Isabel Edith Thomasine. dau. of 
Sir George S. M. Thomas, 6th Bt. Residence — 
Orchards, Long Parish, Hants. 

1. Thomasine, m. 29 Nov. 1905, Walter Grenfell 
AVhite, Residence — 155, Sloane Street, S.W. 

2. Vera, m. 17 Dec. 1910, Lieut. George Harley 
Pownall, R.N. 

3. The late Capt. Gerard Chichester, 9Sth Regt., 
b. 31 Oct. 1859 ; hon. col. 4th Batt. N. Staffordshire 
Regt. : m. 15 Oct. 1891, Alice (Residence — Marpool 
Hall, Exmouth), dau. of George Pinkn(-y, of Peniton 
Court, Devon, and d. 15 Dec. 1906. Issue — 

1. Ronald Gerard Cliichester, b. 28 Mav, 1896, cadet, 
R.N. 

1. Alice Mary. 

2. Geraldine Maud. 

3. Cliristine Margaret. 

4. George Chichester, b. 7 Aug. 1865 ; ni. 1st, 17 
Jan. 1900, Frances Caroline (d. 9 Feb. 1904), dau. of 
late Col. Hugh Robert Hibbert, Rov. Pus., of Birtles 
Hall, Cheshire ; m. 2nd, 15 Feb. 1908, Essex Mary, 
dau. of Col. Hugh Robert Hibbert, Roy. Pus. Issue 
by 1st m. — 

1. Patrick George Chichester, b. 1901, 

2, Adrian Francis Chichester, b, 1903. 

5. Rev. Charles Chichester, b. 19 Aug. 1868 : rector of 
Shirwell, Barnstaple, M.A. Oxford ; m. 24 June, 1896, 
Emily Anne, dau. of late Samuel Page, of Chitts Hill. 
Issue — 

1. James John Chichester, b. 19 Nov. 1897. 

2, Frances Charles Chichester, b. 17 Sept. 1901, 

1. Barbara, 

2, Cicely, 

6. Orlando Chichester, b. 6 Nov. 1873 ; 2nd lieut. 6th 
Batt. Devon Regt. 1914; m. 8 April, 1899, Isabel 
Clare, dau. of Bgerton Parks Smith R.A., of 
Clifton, Bristol. Residence— The Warren, Shirwell, 
Barnstaple. Issue — 

Angela Clare Rosalind. 

1. Beatrice, m. 2 Aug, 1870, Charles Cliichester, of 
Hall, Barnstaple, D,L., J.P., who d. 5 Nov. 1912, and 
has issue. 

2. Norah, m. 1899, Francis Bernard Parr Manning, 
L.R.C.P., of Barnstaple. 

3. EvehTi, m. 3 April, 1877, Edward Fairfax Studd, 
of Oxton, Devon, and has issue. 

4. Geraldine, m. 20 Sept. 1888, Percy Williamson, 
Barons Northcote, who d, 9 Dec, 1899. 

Daughter living of 7th Bt. — 

Blanche, m. 30 Aug. 1855, John Toller Nicholetts 
Residence — South Petherton, Somerset. 

CHICHESTER, Baronetcy. (U.K.). Ext. 
1881. Creat. 7 Sept. 1840, The late Sir Alex- 
ander Pahner Bruce Chichester, 2rid Bt., of 
Arlington Court, Devon, J.P. B. 24 Dec. 1842 ; 
m. 9 Feb. 1805, Rosalie Amelia (d. 22 Aug. 1908), 
dau, of Thomas Chamberlayne (see Chichesteb 
OF Raleigh, Bt.), and d, 1881. Issue — 

Rosalie Caroline. Residences — Arlington Court, nr. 
Bar,'}5faple ; Parade House, Woolacombe. 

CHILD, 2nd Bt. (U. K.). Creat. 7 Dec. 
1868 ; M.V.O. 1902, — SiB Smith Hill Child, s. 
of John George Child, B. 19 Sept. 1880 ; 
sue. his grandfather 189C ; ed. at Eton and I 
Oxford ; It, -col, eomdg, 2nd north midland J 



brigade R.F.A. (T,) since 1911 ; late lieut. Irish 
Gd.s.; formerly heut. 3rd Lothian regiment (M.); 
served in S.A. war ; lieut. Reserve of Officers 
since 1910 ; J.P. Staffs ; mil. memb. Stafford 
i Terr. Force Assocn. The 1st Bt. was for 
1 upwards of twenty years M.P. for North and West 
Staffs. Residence — Stallington Hall, Blvthe 
Bridge, Staffs. Clubs— Guards' ; Bachelors' ; Turf. 

Heir, none. 
The late John George Child, D.L., J.P., 2nd s. of Sir 
Smith Child, 1st Bt., and Sarah Clarke, b. 25 Aug. 
1847 : ra. 8 May, 1877, Helen (Residence— Daventry 
Lodge, Northants), dau. of Rev. George Mather, of 
Huntley Hall. Staffs, Prebendary of Lichfield, and d. 
1895. Issue— 
1. Sir Smith Hell Child, pros. Bt. 

1. Margaret Sarah, m. 3 April, 1902, Charles George 
du Cane, and has issue. Residence — Duck's Hill Lodge, 
Northwood. 

2. Cicely Helen, m. 26 July, 1906, Capt. Wilfred 
Wykcham Jelf, R.H.A.. and has issue. 

CHILSTON, 1st Vise. (U.K.). Creat. 6 .lulv, 
1911 : Baron Douglas 1911 ; P.C. 1891. — Aretas 
Akees-Dougl.as, s, of Rev. Aretas Akers. of Mal- 

I ling Abbey. Kent, by Frances, dau. of F. H. 
Brandram, of Tunbridge Wells. B. 21 Oct. 

! 1851 ; m. 10 June, 1875, Adeline, dau. of H. 
Austen Smith, Hayes Court, Kent ; ed. at Eton 
and Oxford ; assumed the additional surname 
of Douglas 1875 ; called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple) 1875; M.P. East Kent 1880-1911; 

I Pari. Sec. to the Treasury 1885-92 : chief Conserv. 

; Wiup 1885-95 ; first Commnr, of Works 1895- 
1902 : Sec, of State for the Home Department 

j 1902 to Dec, 1905 ; Eecles. Commnr, since 1902 ; 

; memb. of Scottish Education Committee since 
1902 ; D.L. and J.P. Kent and Dumfriesshire ; 

I J.P. ilidlothian. Residences — Chilston Park, 
Maidstone, Kent ; Baads, West Calder. Edin- 
burgh : Craigs, Dumfries. Clubs — Carlton ; 
Junior Carlton ; Wellington. Issue — 

1. Hex. Aretas Akers-Douglas, Heir, b. 17 Feb. 
1876 ; m. 6 Aug. 1903, Amy, dau. of late J. R. Jen- 
nings Branily, R.H.A. ; ed. at Eton; late capt. 3rd 
Rov. Scots: eiitd. Diplom. Service 1898, attach^ at 
Cau-o 1899, 3rd sec. 19U0, 2nd sec. 1905, 1st sec. 1912 ; 
has served at Athens, Constantinopli-, Madrid, Rome, 
and Vienna : was acting-agent ancl consul-gen. at 
Sofia 1907; charge d'affaires in Montenegro 1911-12, 
and in Roumania since 1912. Club — Carlton. Issue— 

1 Aretas Akers-Douglas, b. 7 Nov. 1905. 

2. Eric Alexander Akers-Douglas, b. 17 Dec. 1910, 

2. Capt. the Hon. George Alexnnder Akers-Douglas, 
adj. 1st Pub. Sch. Batt. City of London Regt. 1914 ; late 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, b, 7 June, 1878 ; 
ser\-ed in S.A., wounded at Paardeburg ; A.D.C. to 
Viceroy of India 1904 : m. Doris, dau. of Stanley 
Christopherson , of Bramley, Surrey. P^esidence — 
25, Tite Street, S.W, Club— Jun. Carlton. Issue- 
Ian Stanlev b. 16 Nov. 1909. 

1. Hon. Adeline Frances, lu. 30 Sept. 1899, Fedor 
Andrew Satow, Judge of Appeal in Cairo, who d. 23 
Oct. 1909. Residence — Dolfriog, PenrhjTi-Deudraeth, 
Merionethshire. 

2. Hon. Ethel Margaret. 

3. Hon. Bertha Marion, m. 2 June, 1905, Lt.-Col. 
Arthur Lynden-Lynden-Bell, CM.G. (Club— Naval 
and -Alilitary). Residence — Silverniere, West Byfleet. 
5. Hon. Cara Mary, 

CmSHOLM, 1st Bt, (U.K.). Creat, ,3 Feb. 
1902. — Sir Samuel Chisholm, s. of John Chis- 
hohn, of Dalkeith, Midlothian, by Isabella, dau. 
of George Wilson, of Dalkeith. B. 23 Sept. 1836 ; 
m. 1st, 13 June, 1866, Charlotte (d. 4 Nov. 1900), 
dau. of Rev. J. B. Thomp.son, of Holywell, Cum- 
berland ; m. 2nd, 17 Jan. 1903, Agnes Gibson Carn- 
duff, dau. of Andrew Carnduff, widow of Thomas 
Henderson, of Glasgow, shipowner ; ed, at Dal- 
keith ; LL.D. Glasgow Univ, ; Lord Provost of 
Glasgow 1899-1902 : contested a division of 
Glasgow 1895 ; was chrmn. of executive of Glas- 
gow International Exhib. 1901 ; Lord-Lieut, 
county of City of Glasgow 1899-1902 ; D.L., 
J.P., Lanarkshire, Glasgow ; memb. Royal Com- 
mission on Registration of Titles in Scotland 
1906 ; is a prominent exponent of municipal 
socialism and temperance. Residence — -Bel- 



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[CHRISTISON 



haven Terrace, Glasgow. Clubs — Liberal : Art ; 
Scottish Automobile (Glasgow) ; Liberal (Edin. ). 

CHOLMELEY, 4th Bt. (U.K.). deat. 4 
Mar. IStKi. — Sib Montague Aubeey Rowley 
Choljieley, s. of 3rd Bt. B. 12 June. 1870 ; 
m. 18 April, 1903, Mabel Janetta, dau. of Mon- 
tagu Waldo-Sibthorp, of Canwick Hall, Lin- 
coln ; sue. his father 1904 ; capt. Res. of 
Officers ; lato Gren. Gds. ; formerly lieut. 4th 
Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. (M. ) ; memb. Lincoln 
Terr. Force Assocn. The 1st Bt. was Sheriff 
of Lincolnshire in 1805, and rejDresented Gran- 
tham in Parliament in 1823. Residences — 
Easton Hall, Grantham ; Norton Place, Lincoln. 
Club — Guards'. Issiie — 

Hugh Johx Francis Sibthorp Cholmeley, Heir, 

b. 7 Feb. 1906. 

Rosamond Mary Edith. 
Sir Hugh Arthur Henry Cholmeley, 3rd Bt., b. 
18 Oct. 1839 ; D.L., J.P., C.A., Lines, M.P. for Grant- 
ham 1868-80 : capt. Gren Gds. ; m. 12 Aug. 1874, 
Edith Sophia (d. 26 Dec. 1910), dan. of Sir Charles Robert 
Rowley, 4th Bt., and d. 14 Feb. 1904. Issue — 

1. Sir Montagu Aubrey Rowley Cholmeley, pres. 

Bt. 

1. Margaret Georgina Louisa, m. 5 Oct. 1898, John 
Robarts, s. of A. J. Robarts. 

2. Mary Selina, b. 17 Julv, 1877. 

3. Winifred Susan, m. 17 Aug. 1906, Capt. Charles 
Archibald Calvert, Roy. Dragoons. 

4. Aline Marie Janetta. 



CHOLMONDELEY, 4th Mara. of. Croat. 22 
Nov. 1815; Earl of Rocksavage, 1815 (U.K.); 
Earl of Cholmondeley and Vise. Malpas, 27 Dec. 
1706 ; Baron Cholmondeley, 10 April, 1689 
(Eng.) ; Baron Newburgh, 10 July, 1716 (G.B.) ; 
Vise." Cholmondeley, 29 March, 1661 ; Baron 
Newburgh, 12 April, 1714 (Irel.) ; P.C. 1901. 
— George Henry- Hugh Cholmondeley, 
grandson of 3rd Marq. B. 3 July, 1858; m. 
16 July, 1879, Winifred Ida, dau. of late Col. 
Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kingscote, 
G.C.V.O., K.C.B., of Kingscote ; sue. his grand- 
father 1884 ; heut. Cheshire Yeo. 1879-81 ; 
joint hereditary lord great chamberlain with 
the Earl of Ancaster and Marc}. of Lincolnshire 
and apptd. to exercise the office during the reign 
of King Edwai'd VII. ; co-heir to barony of 
Wharton ; D.L., Norfolk. The 2nd Earl was 
a distinguished military commander ; he led 
the Horse Gren. Gds. of William III. at the 
battle of the Boyne. Residences — Cholmondeley 
Castle, Nantwich, Cheshire ; Houghton Hall, 
King's Lynn, Norfolk. Clubs — Carlton ; White's ; 
Turf. Issue — 

1. George Horatio Charles Cholmondeley, Earl 
OF Rocksavage, Heir, b. 19 May, 1883 ; m. 6 Aug. 
1913, Sybil, dau. of late Sir Edward Sassoon, Bt. ; 
late lieut. 9th Lancers, formerly 3rd Roy. Sussex Regt.; 
served in S.A. war ; sometime A.D.C. to Viceroy of 
India. 

2. Lord George Hugo Cholmondeley, b. 17 Oct. 1887 ; 
lieut. Notts R.H.A. ; m. 7 March, 1911, Clare EUza- 
beth Stirling, dau. of Charles Henry Taylor, of Wash- 
ington, U.S.A. Residence— 43, Sloane Street, S.W. 
Club — Turf. Issue — 

Irene. 
1. Lady Lettice Joan, m. 20 April, 1911, Cecil Pryce 
Harrison, s. of late Col. R. T. Harrison, and has issue. 
Residence — Bury Green House, Cheshuut. 

William Henry Hugh Cholmondeley, 3rd Marq. 

OF Cholmondeley, b. 31 Aug. 1800 ; m. 28 Feb. 182.-J, 

Marcia Emma Georgina (d. 3 Nov. 1878), dau. of Rt. 

Hon. Charles Arbuthnot, and d. 16 Dec. 1884. Issue — 
1. The lato Charles George Cholmondeley, b. 9 July, 
1829 ; m. 31 Oct. 1854, Susan Caroline (d. ), 

dau. of Sir George Dashwood, 4th Bt., and d. 7 Dec. 
1869, before his father sue. Issue li\-ing — 
1. George Henry Cholmondeley, pres. Marq. 

1. Lady Marcia Charlotte Sophia, m. 21 May, 1891, 
Percy John de Paravicini, M.V.O., s. of Baron Paravi- 
cin (precedence 1885). Residence — Riverside, Dat- 
chet. 

2. Lady Mabel Frances Georgiana. Residence — 
Leigh House, Datchet. 

3. Lady Eva Harriett, m. 27 Nov. 1913, Harrj- F. 
de Paravicini. Residence — Inniscrone, Datchet. 



2. Tlie late Lord Henry Vere Cholmondeley, ii. 4 Oct. 

1834 ; m. 17 July, 1860, Frances Isabella Catlierine 

(d. 13 Feb. 1900), dau. of Lt.-Col. Hon. G. A. Spencer, 

and d. 25 Feb. 1882. Issue — 

1. George Vere Hugh Cholmondeley, b. 13 Sept. 
1871 ; m. 19 Jan. 1899, Ida Sopliia, dau. of John S. 
Gilliat, late M.P. of Chorleywood, Herts. Resi- 
dence — Leigham, Plympton, Devon. Chib — ■ 
Travellers'. Issue living — 

1. Irene Marcia. 

2. Joan Cicely. 

1. Edith Charlotte Frances, m. 1st 2 June, 1892, Capt. 
Robert Edward Heaven, late 4th Cheshire Regt., 
who d. 27 April, 1910 ; m. 2nd, 9 Dec. 1913, Mat- 
thew Burrow Ray, M.D., of Harrogate. 

2. Caroline Marcia Cicely, m. 20 March, 1906, George 
Charles Ker Mahon, of BallydoncUan, and Kile- 
reany. 

1. Lady Marcia Susan Harriet. Residenoe — 
Malpas Lodge, Bournemouth. 



CHOTA NAGPUR, 2nd Bishop of.— Rt. Rev. 

Foss Westcott, s. of late Rt. Rev. Brooke Foss 
Westcott, D.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop of Durham. 
B. 1863 ; ed. at Camb. ; M.A. 1887 ; ord. 1886 ; 
cur. of St. Peter's, Bishopwearmouth, 1886-9 ; 
S.P.G. missionary at Cawnpore, diocese of Luck- 
now, 1889—1905, when he was consec. to above 
see. The diocese includes the division of Chota 
Nagpur in Bihar, and contains 44,000 sq. miles. 
Residence — Rauchi, Chota Nagpur. 



CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.), 2nd Bishop of. 

Founded 1856. — Rt. Rev. Churchill Julius, 
D.D., s. of Frederic Gilder Julius, M.D., of Rich- 
moncl, Surrey, by Ellen Hannah, dau. of William 
Smith, of Nottingham. B. 1847 ; m. Alice 
Frances, dau. of Col. Rowlandson, of Bourne- 
mouth ; ed. at Blackheath Proprietary School 
and Oxford ; M.A. 1873 ; hon. D.D. 1893 ; ord. 
1871 ; citr. of St. Giles', Norwich, 1871-3, S. 
Brent, 1873-75 ; vie. of Shapwick-with-Ash- 
cott 1875-8, Holy Trinity, Islington. 1878-84 ; 
vie. of Christ Church pro-cathedral, and 'archd. 
of Ballarat, 1884-90, when he was elected to 
this see. Residence — Bishopscourt, Christ- 
church, N.Z. 



CHRISTISON, 2nd Bt. (U. K.). Great. 28 
Nov. 1871. — Sir Alexander Chbistison. s. of 
1st Bt. B. 26 Aug. 1828 ; m. 1st. 22 June. 
1854, Jemima Anne' (d. 21 Sept. 1876), dau. of 
James Cowley Brown, B.C.S. ; m. 2nd, 3 Nov. 
1892, Florence, dau. of F. T. Elworthy, of Fox- 
down, Somerset ; sue. his father 1882 ; ed. at 
Edinburgh University ; M.D. 1850 ; is surgeon- 
gen. I.M.S. retired ; served in 2nd Burmese war. 
and in Indian mutiny. Residence — 40. Moray 
Place, Edinburgh. Club — University (Edin.). 

Issue living by 1st m. — 
1. Robert Alexander Christison, Heir, b. 23 
Feb. 1870 ; m. 7 Aug. 1900, Mary Russell, dau. of 
A. R. Gilzean; hon. maj. (ret.) Edin. R.G.A. (M.). 
Residence — Lima, Peru. 

1. Ilarriette Archer. 

2 Edith Campbell, m. 30 April, 1895, Benjanun D. C. 
Bell, L.R.C.P., Edin., J.P. Residence — Ku-kwall, 
Orkney. 
Issue by 2nd m. — 

2. Alexander Frank Philip Christison, b. 17 Nov. 1893. 

3. Frederick John Christison, b. 8 Dec. 1894. 

3. Dorothea Mary. 

4. Irene Victoria Elworthy. 

5. Alison Florence Alexandra. 

Sir Robert Christison, 1st Bt., b. 18 July, 1/9*; 
sen phys. in ord. to Queen Victoria : D.C.L. Oxford : 
pres. Roy. Coll. of Phvs. Edinburgh ; pres. Roy. Soc. 
of Edinburgh; prof, at Edinburgh Univ.; m. 5 >ov. 
1827, Henrietta Sophia (d. 9 Jan. 1849), dau. of David 
Brown, of Greenknowe, Linlithgow, and d. 27 Jan. 1882. 
Issue — „. 

1 Sir Alexander Christison, pres. Bt. 

2 The late David Christison, M.D., L.R.C.P., LL.D. 
Edin ; vice-pres. of Soc. of Antiquaries of Scotland ; 
b. 25 Jan. 1830 ; m. 11 April, 1883, Susanna Hodg- 
son (Residences — 20, Magdala Crescent, Edinburgh ; 



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Daldrisliaig, Aberfoyle), dau. of Andrew Cassels 
Brown, of Formby, Lanes, aud d. 21Jan. 1912. Issue 
living — 

1. Maude Cassels. 

2. Roberta. 

o. Kora Henrietta. 

CHUBB. 1st Bt. (U.K.). Great. 20 June, 
19U(i ; Knt. Bach. 1885. — Sib Geoege Hayteb 
Chubb, s. of late John Chubb, and Priscilla, dau. 
of Godwin Withers, of Ronisey, Hants. B. 29 
Aug. 1848 ; m. 29 Dec. 1870. Sarah Yaiuier, o. 
dau. of Charles Early, J.P., of Witney, Oxford ; 
chrmn. Chubb & Son's Lock and Safe Co. ; J.P. 
Kent ; cornninr. Roy. Patriotic Fun